Who Won Lincoln Speedway Saturday Night? [Expert Review!]

The race season is drawing to an end, which means one thing: it’s time for your annual pilgrimage to the local sports bar to catch all the big races.

If you’re looking to add another sporting event to your 2019 schedule, check out our interactive guide that ranks the top 30 sports bars in the US. You can also find the best places to watch games in 2019 – whether it’s pro or college sports. We’ve compiled a list of all the important scores, ticketing info, and more.


The biggest story coming out of Lincoln on Saturday night was undoubtedly the fact that the weather was more than a little bit awful. Conditions were so bad that they had to delay the start of the race by an hour. However, once the green flag dropped at 7:00 pm, the fans in attendance got their money’s worth. Near the front of the grid, Kyle Busch reigned supreme as he took the checkered flag first. The rest of the top five consisted of Chase Elliott (second), Kevin Harvick (third), and Daniel Suarez (fourth). As for the rest of the cars, Martin Truex, Jr. finished 11th, and Brad Keselowski 12th.

In the B stage, the top three were separated by just one position: Jimmie Johnson (27th), Joey Logano (28th), and Aric Almirola (29th). In the A stage, the top three were once again separated by one position: Martin Truex, Jr. (16th), Kyle Busch (17th), and Carl Edwards (18th).

As a whole, the race was extremely exciting to watch as cars battled it out for position. The finish line seemed to be a common meeting point as drivers and crews hugged and kissed after the race. Whether you had a team that won or lost, you can bet there was plenty of post-race celebrating to be had.

Best Places To Watch Sports

The places listed below are the best sports bars in Lincoln in terms of atmosphere, food, and most importantly: value for money.

Although you might not get to see many home runs at the Ryman Stadium, you will find a wide variety of food and drink specials as well as an extensive menu, which means you might get to watch your favorite game without having to spend too much money.

Dunkin’ Donuts, which has a shop across the street from the stadium, offers an affordable and delicious ice cream sandwich that’s perfect for football fans. The shop also has an ATM if you happen to come by after the game and need cash for burgers and popcorn – or if you’re just looking to avoid the massive lines at the gates.

Papa John’s Pizza, which is located downtown near the stadium, offers one of the biggest selections of beers, wines, and spirits available anywhere. The menu includes everything from a basic cheese pizza to a Grand Prix–style pie, complete with all the trimmings and stuffed crust. If you visit during happy hour, the prices are great too—you’ll get a 2-for-1 drink or food special almost every day of the week.

Top 30 Sports Bars In The U.S.

In addition to knowing the best places to catch a ball game, you might also want to know where to eat, sleep, and drink whenever you’re in a new city. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered on that front too. Here’s a link to the complete guide.

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