NASCARPHOTO GALLERY: A Timeline - Changes in Nashville Superspeedway from April 2019...

PHOTO GALLERY: A Timeline – Changes in Nashville Superspeedway from April 2019 to Today

By Christian Koelle, Photographer

LEBANON, Tenn. –  Nashville Superspeedway returns to the NASCAR circuit this weekend for the Ally 400 race weekend. For the first time the NASCAR Cup Series races on the concrete oval in Lebanon, Tennessee. I have taken at least one picture of the Nashville Superspeedway since April 14th, 2019.

I pass the Nashville Superspeedway at least once a week on my way to work and have since last October when I moved to Lebanon from Chattanooga. Here is a timeline, changes in Nashville Superspeedway from April 14th, 2019 through today.

*Photos are not in order from April 2019 – June 2021*

Christian Koelle
Christian Koelle
Christian returns to Kickin' the Tires again in 2023 for his third straight season. He will mainly serve as a photographer for the organization while also being the main ARCA Menards Series writer. He currently plans to do at least 40 races across the three NASCAR National Series, ARCA Menards Series, IndyCar, and make his NHRA debut at Bristol in June. Christian's favorite race tracks include Nashville Superspeedway, Talladega Superspeedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Barber Motorsports Park, Martinsville Speedway, and Iowa Speedway among other tracks. One of Christian's dreams is for NASCAR or ARCA to return to Memphis International Raceway.


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