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The NASCAR Cup Series is at a break this weekend, its only break this season.

On the eve of Father’s Day this year, drivers and teams are getting the chance to spend a particularly meaningful time with their families.

Kyle Bush named his wife and children with Fox News Autos, “Samantha, a great way to spend the day with Brexiton and now a Linux day.”

“We only have one holiday a week throughout the year and it’s a pleasure to have a new baby at home and to enjoy the day at home without being anywhere like we usually do, no matter how much we travel.”

But fear not racing fans, there are some options available this Saturday and Sunday:

NASCAR Truck Series

The only NASCAR series that visited the Knoxville Dirt Track was the NASCAR Truck Series.

The only NASCAR series that visited the Knoxville Dirt Track was the NASCAR Truck Series.
(James Gilbert / Getty Images)

The Cup Series may be off, but NASCAR’s trucks hit the dirt at Knoxville Speedway on Saturday night. The truck series has fewer races and more weeks in season and has the TE NASCAR banner this weekend. Action from the Iowa Dirt Oval Track begins at 9 pm ET on FS1.

NHRA

NASCAR is mostly about left turns, but if you want to race without any turns, the NHRA has you covered. The Drag Racing Series for Thunder Valley Nationals will be visiting the Bristol Dragway in Tennessee this weekend. There will be action on the track throughout the weekend, but the final rounds will begin at 3 pm ET and air on FOX.

Superstar racing experience

The SRX puts drivers of different disciplines against each other in identical cars.

The SRX puts drivers of different disciplines against each other in identical cars.
(Logan Reilly / SRX via Getty Images)

The Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) Summer Series was a huge success early last year and the six-race 2022 season kicks off Saturday at 8pm ET at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Each SRX race features the same stock car field on short oval tracks and all-star lineup drivers from various disciplines such as NASCAR’s Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman and IndyCar’s Paul Tracy and Ryan Hunter-Ray. A local hero also appears at each event, with Bubba Pollard filling that seat at the Five Flags Speedway. (CBS)

Formula One

Formula One has not moved to Montreal since 2019 due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Formula One has not moved to Montreal since 2019 due to the coronavirus epidemic.
(Don Esteen / Getty Images)

With the cancellation of the last two races due to the coronavirus epidemic, Formula One will return to Montreal for the first time since 2019. The series has never been more popular because of Netflix’s “Drive to Survive” and it features the newest cars that have been more competitive over the years. Louis Hamilton won the last race at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit, but had a tough season at his Mercedes-AMG, suffering dramatically from the “porpoising” effect that most new cars have.

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High speed bouncing is so bad due to aerodynamic ground effects that many drivers, including Hamilton, had to enforce new rules in the middle of the series in an attempt to resolve the issue after complaining that they were experiencing physical pain. The Canadian Grand Prix is ​​set to begin at 2 pm ET. (ESPN)