NASCAR has announced the schedule for the Xfinity and Truck Series in 2022
NASCAR has announced the schedule for the mentioned competitions in the next season. From next season, we will have the opportunity to watch drivers on some new tracks. Next summer after a two-decade hiatus we will be watching a race at Portland International Raceway. We will watch the race on this track at the beginning of June next year. After a ten-year break, we will be able to watch truck drivers on another track. For the first time since 2011, we will be able to see drivers on the Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. We will again be able to watch truck drivers on the Sonoma Raceway. We haven’t seen drivers on this track for more than two decades. On July 9 next year, we will watch the drivers at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the first time.
“For the NASCAR Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series, we loved the idea of being able to deliver new road courses to both schedules and a short track for the Camping World Trucks while still returning to our traditional venues and the new tracks we introduced in 2021,” said Ben Kennedy, NASCAR senior vice president of strategy and innovation.
NASCAR Xfinity and Truck Series 2022: The first race at Daytona in February
“Not only do these changes continue to deliver on what our fans are asking for, but we feel they will create even more drama and intensity as drivers battle to win championships at Phoenix Raceway in November.”
When it comes to the World Truck Series, the playoffs will start on July 29. As for the Xfinity series, the playoffs will begin at Texas Motor Speedway on September 24th. We will be able to see drivers for the first time next season in mid-February. In both competitions next season, drivers will drive the first race at Daytona International Speedway. We will watch the races on the mentioned track on February 18 and 19. The season will end like this year in early November in Pheonix. We will have the opportunity to watch 15 racing weekends and we will find out more details in due course.