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Karl Kustoms Sponsors Bristol Dirt Nationals

Karl Kustoms, a national retailer of GM crate engines and a specialist in Chevrolet Performance, is the new title sponsor for the Bristol Dirt Nationals in Bristol, TN. The dirt race is taking place March 15-20.

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The Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals will showcase more than 1,200 racers throughout eight racing classes and multiple sanctioning bodies coming together for a spectacular week of dirt racing at the half-mile, high-banked oval at Bristol Motor Speedway.

“It is an honor to sponsor an event at Bristol Motor Speedway and to support the grassroots racer,” said Carl Moyer, Karl Kustoms’ owner. “I’m a long-time racer myself, and at Karl Kustoms, we are committed to working with the local racer, not to mention we eat, sleep and breathe performance at the shop every day.”

The Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals will include Modifieds, Stock Cars, Hornets, Sport Mods, 602 Late Models, 604 Late Models, Open Modifieds, and a $50,000-to-win Super Late Models mega feature to cap the week as the first stop of the Karl Chevrolet Double Down Triple Crown presented by Arizona Sport Shirts.


“We’re thrilled to welcome Carl and his company, Karl Kustoms, to Bristol Motor Speedway for what is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated weeks of dirt racing,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager of Bristol Motor Speedway. “The Karl Kustoms Dirt Nationals will feature some of the top names in racing and fans won’t want to miss the exciting action.”

Tickets, camping and suites are available for purchase by clicking here. Pit Passes and entry is available at The Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals will be streamed on the raceXR website along with raceXR apps, which is available on a number of devices.


“You haven’t seen anything until you see this event happen on dirt,” said Moyer. “This is, no doubt, the biggest race to happen on dirt, ever.” For more info:

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