Federated Auto Parts 300

Trace Adkins Chrome 300 (2003)

The Federated Auto Parts 300 is one of two car racing, the NASCAR Nationwide Series Nashville Superspeedway on the discharges in Lebanon in the U.S. state of Tennessee, about 48 km east of Nashville. It was first held in 2002. It went on the 1.33 miles long oval so far in every race over a distance of 300 miles, which corresponds to 225 rounds.

Federated Auto Parts since 2004 has been a sponsor of the race. Previously, she sponsored a race in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, the Federated Auto Parts 200, the Toyota Tundra 200 has been called since 2004.

In addition to the Federated Auto Parts 300 still find another race Busch Series every year at the Nashville Super Speedway, which is Pepsi 300 While the Pepsi usually held in the spring of 300, the Federated Auto Parts 300 mostly takes place in the summer.