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Goodyear Fast Facts — All-Star Races


NASCAR All-Star Race – 55 laps – 35 laps – 35 laps – 15 laps (140 laps/74.6 miles)
NASCAR Open – 35 laps – 35 laps – 15 laps (85 laps/45.3 miles)
Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533-mile oval) – Bristol, Tenn.
Fast Facts for July 15, 2020

Tire: Goodyear Eagle Speedway Radials

Set limits:
All-Star: 4 sets for the race;
Open: 3 sets for the race
(for teams that transfer into All-Star race, they will start that event with 4 sets)

Tire Codes:
Left-side — D-4860;
Right-side — D-4962

Tire Circumference:
Left-side — 2,223 mm (87.52 in.);
Right-side – 2,250 mm (88.58 in.)

Minimum Recommended Inflation:
Left Front — 20 psi; Left Rear — 18 psi;
Right Front — 45 psi; Right Rear — 40 psi

Notes – All-Star race run on same Bristol tire set-up as late-May: NASCAR Cup teams will run the Open and All-Star races on the same tire set-up they ran at Bristol at the end of May . . . they have run the last three points races at Bristol on this left-side tire code . . . this right-side tire code debuted at the track this May . . . this is the only track at which Cup teams will run either of these two tire codes in 2020 . . . unlike on most NASCAR ovals one mile or less in length, on which teams generally do not run inner liners in their tires, teams are required to run liners in their right-side tires only at Bristol . . . air pressure in those inner liners should be 12-25 psi greater than that of the outer tire.

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