Follow the Races
From Steve McCormick, former About.com Guide
Current NASCAR Events
The NASCAR schedule keeps fans busy for 39 weekends every year. From the Budweiser Shootout in Daytona right through the awards banquet NASCAR fans enjoy one of the longest seasons in professional sports. Here are the news and information you need to help you stay on top of the current NASCAR season.
- 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Schedule
- How to Buy NASCAR Tickets
- 2013 Daytona 500 Headquarters
- 2013 NASCAR Race Recaps
- What are the Biggest Sprint Cup Races of the Season?
- What is a Real NASCAR Fan?
- The Best NASCAR Tailgate Parties
- Are International Races Good for the Sport?
- NASCAR's Fastest Race Tracks
- NASCAR Sprint Cup Short Tracks
- NASCAR Cup Series Road Courses
The NASCAR rulebook is not available to the general public. This often leaves NASCAR fans with questions about how things work in the sport. Having a better understanding of what is happening on the track and why things happen like they do will help you enjoy the sport even more.
- Flags of NASCAR
- The NASCAR Point System
- How NASCAR Qualifying Works
- The Chase for the Cup Explained
- How to Win the Sprint Cup
- Lucky Dog Rule Explained
- Actions Detrimental To Stock Car Racing - NASCAR Rulebook Section 12-4-A
- Late Race Pit Strategy
- NASCAR Rulebook Quiz
2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Races (February - June)
The 2013 Sprint Cup season kicks off in February in Daytona and picks up steam through the summer months. The first half of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season sets the stage for the Race to the Chase and the Chase for the Cup.