NASCAR new schedule

NASCAR Schedule Changes for all the Series until August

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As per the copy obtained by the Athletic and Autoweek, NASCAR plans to organize eight races at eight different tracks for the Cup Series according to its new schedule changes for 2020. 

While the new 2020 schedule changes has not been made public by NASCAR, teams have already been informed regarding the change. The schedule is considered provisional as the circumstances created by the pandemic.

Here is the new schedule starting from June 27 until August 9.

Saturday June 27 | Pocono Raceway | Trucks
Saturday June 27 | Pocono Raceway | Cup
Sunday June 28 | Pocono Raceway | Xfinity
Sunday June 28 | Pocono Raceway |Cup
Saturday July 4 | Indianapolis Road Course | Xfinity
Sunday July 5 | Indianapolis Oval | Cup
Sunday July 12 | Kentucky | Cup
Wednesday July 15 | Charlotte All-Star | Cup
Sunday July 19 | Texas Motor Speedway | Cup
Thursday July 23 | Kansas Speedway | Cup
Sunday August 2 | New Hampshire Motor Speedway | Cup
Saturday August 8 | Michigan International Speedway | Cup
Sunday August 9 | Michigan International Speedway | Cup

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NASCAR has previously released its schedule until June 21.

Sunday May 31 | Bristol Motor Speedway | Cup
Monday June 1 | Bristol Motor Speedway | Xfinity
Saturday June 6 | Atlanta Motor Speedway | Trucks
Saturday June 6 | Atlanta Motor Speedway | Xfinity
Sunday June 7 | Atlanta Motor Speedway | Cup
Wednesday June 10 | Martinsville Speedway | Cup
Saturday June 13 | Homestead Miami Speedway | Trucks
Saturday June 13 | Homestead Miami Speedway | Xfinity
Sunday June 14 | Homestead Miami Speedway | Xfinity
Sunday June 14 | Homestead Miami Speedway | Cup
Saturday June 20 | Talladega Superspeedway | ARCA
Saturday June 20 | Talladega Superspeedway | Xfinity
Sunday June 21 | Talladega Superspeedway | Cup

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24 thoughts on “NASCAR Schedule Changes for all the Series until August”

        1. The state of Indiana is supposed to go into the final phase of reopening starting July 4th weekend. I think we should be good.

      1. Everyone wants to know when fans will be allowed back at the track. I think this is a time when the old saying “It’s All or Nothing” would be the best thing to consider. How do you decide who gets to go to a race? What if a group of people with season tickets wants to go but only a third of them can due to social distancing? Is that fair?? The races are on TV, so why not wait until the entire country opens up and everyone can go? Just my opinion, but I think it’s a fair one.

  1. Jason Voight

    I have tickets for what was all three days at Indy. Also have VIP tickets for Florida Georgia line and we have hot passes for all three days!!! I want to know how bad you m screwed!!

  2. I won’t be buying tickets. Franz has almost completely destroyed oval track racing. Someone else needs to take over and salvage the nascar mess. Franz has micro managed it to death. Typical of a control freak. Winston cup was a lot better racing

  3. I like the new schedule because I work in Sunday’s and I don’t get to watch the cup races. I do get to watch the week day races!!!

  4. I have tickets also for kentucky with pits. Im not worried of pits just want to be at race its a birthday gift and vacation… Please reply

  5. We have tickets to Kentucky in July, the Roval at Charlotte in September and Bristol in September. Already missed spring race in Bristol, watching it on TV just isn’t the same. Fell asleep sometime after 167 laps to go and missed the end of the race. We look forward to going to the tracks as a chance to get away or to support hometown track (Bristol). I know Kentucky is only about 6 weeks away and am afraid we won’t get to visit this track for the first time……hopefully Kentucky and Nascar will let us know soon.

  6. Which makes no sense because Pennsylvania is allowing dirt tracks to have fans without wearing mask and sitting on top of each other!

  7. Just Remember what the owner of nascar said I don’t need fans in the stands I have television revenue well I guess it was true because there racing and no fans in the stands.

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