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William Byron among cars moving to rear at Nashville

Nashville may be welcoming back the NASCAR Cup Series for the first time in 37 years, but as Nate Ryan explains, the history of racing and the "Music City" are inextricably linked.

LEBANON, Tenn. - William Byron, who has been fast this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway, will start at the rear in today’s race.

Byron, Erik Jones and Quin Houff all will be moving to the rear for unapproved adjustments.

Byron, who was tied with Kyle Larson for fastest in Saturday’s practice, was to have started fifth.

Jones was to have started ninth but team needed to repair some damage when he made contact with the wall on his qualifying lap. Houff qualified last in the 39-car field.