The NASCAR Cup Series and the Camping World Truck Series travel to the 1.99-mile road course at Sonoma Raceway this weekend. The Xfinity Series is off and will return to competition at Nashville Superspeedway on June 25.
This weekend the NASCAR Cup Series makes its debut at World Wide Technology Raceway (Gateway) before a first-ever sellout crowd. The Camping World Truck Series will join them for the series’ 22nd race at the 1.25-mile paved oval.
This weekend all three NASCAR national series head to Atlanta Motor Speedway. The revamped and repaved 1.54-mile asphalt track now includes 28-degrees of banking in every corner, making it the steepest intermediate track on the schedule.
This weekend the NASCAR Cup Series and the Xfinity Series travel to Michigan International Speedway. The Camping World Truck Series will compete at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway for the first race in their Playoffs.
NASCAR heads to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course this weekend where the Cup Series will make its first start Sunday afternoon. The road course is 2.439 miles with 14 turns and is the third new track that the Cup Series has debuted at this season.
NASCAR heads to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for a weekend of competition with the Cup and Xfinity Series. The Camping World Truck Series is off but is set to return Saturday, August 7 at Watkins Glen International.
The NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series head to Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend for the second time this season while the Camping World Truck Series travels to Knoxville Raceway for the series debut at the half-mile dirt oval.