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This fast 1.56 mile quad-oval has hosted some great races in its long history.
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.
Homestead-Miami Speedway hosts the last race of the year in each of NASCARs top three touring divisions. Ford Championship Weekend is held on one of the most beautiful facilities in all of NASCAR and the racing is second to none.
One of the newer facilities on the NASCAR schedule Kansas Speedway has brought great NASCAR racing to the midwest since 2001.
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.
This Joliet, IL multi-facility has a dirt track, drag strip and the 1.5 mile tri-oval that the NASCAR Sprint Cup stars race on.
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 Sprint Cup racing each spring. Learn more about this jewel in the Nevada desert.
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.
NASCAR has a rich history of racing dating back to 1949. Many great race tracks disappeared on their own as victims of financial hard times or urban development. Other tracks were simply bumped from the schedule in order to free up a date for a newer track. Here are the oldest current NASCAR NEXTEL Cup race tracks?
Hare are the fastest race tracks on the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup schedule. While Talladega has the all-time official NASCAR track record, this list is sorted by fastest qualifying speed since 2000. If you want to go today and see the NEXTEL Cup stars fly by at top speeds these are the race tracks you need to visit.
NASCAR Sprint Cup race tracks come in all shapes and sizes. Here are the top ten longest race tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit.
NASCAR defines a short track as any track less than one mile in length. NASCAR fans know that short track racing is defined by bumping and banging, short tempers and fast action. Here they are in order by popularity and excitement.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup stars are known mostly for their uncanny ability to turn left. However twice each year NASCAR tests the drivers road racing skills at two of the finest road courses in the country. Here are the NASCAR Sprint Cup road course race tracks.
As NASCAR continues to grow, and continues to prove that they can not find an adequate solution to the drivers' concerns, it becomes more and more apparent that both Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway have outlived their usefulness to NASCAR.
In 2005 NASCAR held its first modern era points race outside of the United States when the Busch Series visited Mexico in early March. Given that there are areas of the United States that are desperate for a local NASCAR race, does it make sense for NASCAR to be taking its product out of the country?
California Speedway features a wide racing surface that should allow for a lot of exciting racing. Unfortunately, Sunday's Auto Club 500 featured a lot of nothing. This is not the first time that a NASCAR race at California was boring. In fact, they've all been pretty bad. It is time for California Speedway to fix the problem. Bring on the bulldozers!
For those that have never been to Bristol Motor Speedway for NASCAR, try to imagine a football stadium that seats over 150,000 people, and instead of football on the field, they are running a 43 car, high-speed, bumper-to-bumper race at speeds exceeding 120 mph. Taking a few minutes to read this Bristol seating review will help you find the perfect seats for the race and maximize your NASCAR experience at Bristol Motor Speedway.