First-Ever Ally 400 Race To Take Place On June 20, 2021

Author: Megha


Nashville Superspeedway is back with a NASCAR race scheduled for 2021


This year, something unique is going to happen in the world of the NASCAR cup series. For the very first time, a cup event is going to be held in Nashville Superspeedway. In addition, Nashville has introduced an Ally 400 race to its long list of 39 races. Ally 400 is an upcoming NASCAR Cup Series race that is all set to create a new challenge for the teams of other Cup Series. The race will be the 17th race of the entire cup series that will take place on June 20, 2021. 

Nashville Superspeedway is a motorsport complex located in Tennessee, approximately 30 miles (48 km) away from the southeast of Nashville. It is an outstanding track that was built back in 2001. Since then, the track has been used for events, reality television competitions, driving schools, and GT Academy. This year, the track is booked for hosting the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup race


Race Details

Date: June 20, 2021 (Sunday)

Time: 2:30 PM ET

Track: Nashville Superspeedway

Location: Lebanon, Tennessee, United States 

Length of the track: 1.333 mi (2.145 km)

Surface Of Track: Concrete

Laps: 300 (90 laps in the first stage, 95 laps in the second stage, and 115 laps in final stage)

Total Distance Of Race: 400 mi (640 km)

Number Of Turns: 4

Number Of Drivers: 39

Corporate Sponsor: Ally Financial 

2021 Ally 400 Race Broadcast



NBC Sports (NBCSN) will broadcast the race on television. A team from the channel will be available on-site and telecast the race live. Following are the individuals who will call the race. 


At Booth  Pit Reporters Features Reporter

Lap-by-lap Announcer:

Rick Allen


Jeff Burton

Steve Letarte

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Parker Kligerman

Marty Snider

Kelli Stavast

Rutledge Wood



The 2021 Ally 400 will also be covered by radio channels. MRN Radio will broadcast the race live from the course. The simulcast of the race will be on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio. Below are the MRN team members who will walk you through the race right from the comfort of your home.  


At Booth Turn Announcers Pit Reporters

Lead Announcer: Alex Hayden

Announcer: Jeff Striegle

Dave Moody 

(Turn: 1 & 2)


Kyle Rickey 

(Turn: 3 & 4)

Steve Post

Kim Coon


2021 Ally 400 Tickets

Tickets were sold out for the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series on June 11, 2020. The course will be at full capacity on race day, with 38,000 seats being booked by the long-awaited fans. Erik Moses, the president of Nashville Superspeedway, talked about the event, “This is an incredible milestone and shows all the progress we as a society and a sport have made against COVID-19. It also shows us how eager race fans in this area are to see the return of the NASCAR Cup Series. We appreciate the confidence that local and state health officials have shown in us to host our fans in a responsible way. The protocols and procedures we will have in place, along with the excitement surrounding the NASCAR Cup Series return to Nashville, will create the first of many sold-out events at Nashville Superspeedway.”

Although Ally 400 tickets can’t be purchased further, tickets for the other events of the NASCAR Cup Series are available. Click here to buy. 


Know Before You Go- 2021 Ally 400 Race

Nashville Superspeedway has curated a list of important measures that all visitors must keep in mind before attending the Ally 400 race. These essential criteria will ensure a great environment for everyone present at the course during the race. 


- Visitors can carry just one clutch bag or fanny bag along with one clear bag or clear backpack. Headsets, cameras, binoculars, scanners, and cold packs are permitted inside the course. 

- No visitor is allowed to bring alcohol, fireworks, drones, ice, glass, laser lights, weapons, tripods, etc. If you carry any of these items, you will be asked to leave them in your vehicle, or your entry will be prohibited.

- Pets are not allowed inside the Nashville Superspeedway. However, service animals are permitted to assist the guests with visual and other impairments. 

- There will be no physical ticket counter. Instead, all the visitors are required to purchase the tickets online from “Ticketmaster.” 

- Guests who are in need of a wheelchair or ECV (electronic convenience vehicle) are required to bring on their own. Nashville does not provide or rent this service.  


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