BRISTOL, Tenn. — NASCAR Cup Series driver Austin Dillon started on the pole and led every lap to capture the 20-lap 604 Late Model feature during Saturday night’s Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Dillon took a half-second win over Ross White with Shan Smith third.
“This was a lot of fun, a blast all weekend long,” said Dillon, who won three events during the week, including a heat race and feature on Tuesday. “It was a good tune up for next weekend.”
Kyle Strickler held off NASCAR Camping World Truck Series star Matt Crafton to claim the 20-lap Modified Open race. Michael Asberry came home third with Curt Spalding fourth and Drake Troutman fifth.
The 20-lap Stock Car race was a family affair with 16-year-old Dallon Murtry beating his father Damon Murty for the win. Derrick Agee wound up third.
In the 18-lap Hornet feature, Jake Benishek was the winner with Jason Ketron second and Kyle Stark third.
The Food City Dirt Race at the dirt-transformed Bristol Motor Speedway is the first race on a dirt surface for the NASCAR Cup Series in more than 50 years. Richard Petty won the last Cup race on dirt in 1970 at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh.