NASCAR Sprint Cup Tracks
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This fast 1.56 mile quad-oval has hosted some great races in its long history.
The worlds fastest half mile Bristol Motor Speedway packs in the NASCAR fans twice each year. The racing is fast and furious as often the only way to pass is to shove the guy in front out of the way.
California Speedway is a wide, fast two mile D oval. Most races feature very few cautions which makes for fast speeds. The deciding factor is often fuel and pit strategy.
This Joliet, IL multi-facility has a dirt track, drag strip and the 1.5 mile tri-oval that the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup stars race on.
Since the very first Southern 500 race on Labor Day 1950 Darlington Raceway's tricky egg shape and narrow straights have challeneged NASCAR's best drivers.
Daytona International Speedway hosts two NASCAR NEXTEL Cup races each year, the Daytona 500 in February and the Pepsi 400 in July. These are two of the biggest, fastest and most nerve wracking events on the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup schedule. The fast 2.5 mile tri-oval uses restrictor plates to keep the speeds managable but those plates create fertile ground for The Big One.
This 1 mile concrete oval hosts triple-header weekends in both June and September.
Homestead-Miami Speedway hosts the last race of the year in each of NASCARs top three touring divisions. Ford Champinship Weekend is held on one of the most beautiful facilities in all of NASCAR and the racing is second to none.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the most famous motorsports icon in North America. NASCAR NEXTEL Cup drivers have been challenging the famous speedway since 1994.
One of only two road courses on the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup schedule Infineon Raceway in Sonoma California always puts on a close and interesting race.
One of the newer facilities on the NASCAR schedule Kansas Speedway has brought great NASCAR racing to the midwest since 2001.
Not far from the famous as Vegas Strip is a track owner Bruton Smith has seen his investment pay off nicely. Las Vegas Motor Speedway has featured great NASCAR racing since 1996 and now hosts NASCAR NEXTEL Cup racing each spring. Learn more about this jewel in the Nevada desert.
With a large majority of NASCAR teams based within 30 miles of Lowes Motor Speedway near Charlotte North Carolina this is truly the heart of NASCAR country.
Martinsville Speedway's flat paperclip shaped oval is a short track racers dream.
Michigan International Speedway is a great place to watch NASCAR. The wide corners often feature three distinct grooves which allows for some exciting racing.
This relatively flat one mile oval hosts one of the final ten Chase for the Sprint Cup races. The racing is tight and fast as the flat corners force drivers to make their cars work on the bottom to be fast.
The kink in the backstretch makes this one mile oval very unique. With one sharp turn and one sweeping turn winning here means that youve mastered your cars handling.
The superspeedway that drives like a road course. Pocono Raceway is, in a word, unique.
Richmond International Raceway is a short track that features speedway style racing. There's just something about Richmond that allows drivers to race side-by-side lap-after-lap.
Talladega Superspeedway features a full 500 miles of white-knuckle racing for the drivers as
a small mistake can cause the massive wreck at 190mph known as The Big One.
This 1.5 mile quad-oval near Fort Worth Texas has hosted NASCAR racing since 1997 when its first NEXTEL Cup race started with a huge wreck in turn 1. Since then the track has seen many good races mixed in with extremely high speeds.
One of only two stops on the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup schedule where the drivers have to turn right. The historic Watkins Glen road course really puts drivers to the test.