NASCAR 2020: What You Need to Know

NASCAR 2020: What You Need to Know

NASCAR released the 2020 Monster Energy Cup Series today, with a number of changes announced. Here’s a list of the changes:

ISM Raceway will now serve as the season finale, replacing Homestead-Miami Speedway. Homestead moves up the schedule, sliding in after Atlanta.

After the season opener at Daytona, the series will move to Las Vegas and continue the early season west coast swing. Atlanta moves to after the west coast races.

Daytona will now host the regular season finale.

Pocono races will now be a double header. Two races, one weekend!

Martinsville will now host a night race on Mother’s Day weekend.

Indianapolis moves to 4th of July weekend, replacing Daytona.

Darlington will host the first race of the “Playoffs.”

NASCAR 2020 Full Schedule

Sunday, Feb. 9The Clash
Thursday, Feb. 13Duels at Daytona
Sunday, Feb. 16Daytona 500
Sunday, Feb. 23Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday, March 1Auto Club Speedway
Sunday, March 8ISM Raceway
Sunday, March 15Atlanta Motor Speedway
Sunday, March 22Homestead-Miami Speedway
Sunday, March 29Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, April 5Bristol Motor Speedway
Sunday, April 12OFF
Sunday, April 19Richmond Raceway
Sunday, April 26Talladega Superspeedway
Sunday, May 3Dover International Speedway
Saturday, May 9Martinsville Speedway
Saturday, May 16All-Star Race at Charlotte
Sunday, May 24Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, May 31Kansas Speedway
Sunday, June 7Michigan International Speedway
Sunday, June 14Sonoma Raceway
Sunday, June 21Chicagoland Speedway
Saturday, June 27Pocono Raceway
Sunday, June 28Pocono Raceway
Sunday, July 5Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Saturday, July 11Kentucky Speedway
Sunday, July 19New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Sunday, July 26OFF
Sunday, Aug. 2OFF
Sunday, Aug. 9Michigan International Speedway
Sunday, Aug. 16Watkins Glen International
Sunday, Aug. 23Dover International Speedway
Saturday, Aug. 29Daytona International Speedway
Sunday, Sept. 6 (PLAYOFFS BEGIN)Darlington Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 12Richmond Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 19Bristol Motor Speedway
Sunday, Sept. 27Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 4Talladega Superspeedway
Sunday, Oct. 11Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 18Kansas Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 25Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, Nov. 1Martinsville Speedway
Sunday, Nov. 8ISM Raceway

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