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    Thumbs up NASCAR 2022 Cup Series Schedule - RELEASED TODAY

    NASCAR 2022 Cup Series Schedule - RELEASED TODAY

    Website - www.NASCAR.com

    NASCAR CUP SERIES 2022 SCHEDULE

    Sunday, February 6
    L.A. Memorial Coliseum (Like they used to race at Soldier Field in Chicago).
    Los Angeles, California
    CLASH

    Thursday, February 17
    Daytona International Speedway
    Daytona Beach, Florida
    Duels at Daytona 150 Qualifiers

    Sunday, February 20
    Daytona International Speedway
    Daytona Beach, Florida
    DAYTONA 500

    Sunday, February 27
    Auto Club Raceway
    Fontana, California
    On the new 3/4 mile track

    Sunday, March 6
    Las Vegas Motor Speedway
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Sunday, March 13
    Phoenix International Raceway
    Avondale, Arizona

    Sunday, March 20
    Atlanta Motor Speedway
    Hampton, Georgia

    Sunday, March 27
    Circuit Of The Americas
    Austin, Texas

    Sunday, April 3
    Richmond International Raceway
    Richmond, Virginia

    Saturday, April 9
    Martinsville Speedway
    Martinsville, Virginia

    Sunday, April 17
    Bristol Motor Speedway
    Bristol , Tennessee
    Bristol Dirt Race

    Sunday, April 24
    Talladega Super Speedway
    Talladega, Alabama

    Sunday, May 1
    Dover International Speedway
    Dover, Delaware

    Sunday, May 8
    Darlington Raceway
    Darlington, South Carolina

    Sunday, May 15
    Kansas Speedway
    Kansas City, Kansas

    Sunday, May 22
    Texas Motor Speedway
    Fort Worth, Texas
    NASCAR All-Star Race

    Sunday, May 29
    Charlotte Motor Speedway
    Concorde, North Carolina
    Coke 600

    Sunday, June 5
    World Wide Technologies Raceway at Gateway
    Madison, Illinois

    Sunday, June 12
    Sonoma Raceway
    Sonoma, California

    Sunday, June 26
    Nashville Superspeedway
    Lebanon, Tennessee

    Sunday, July 3
    Road America
    Elkart Lake, Wisconsin

    Sunday, July 10
    Atlanta Motor Speedway
    Hampton, Georgia

    Sunday, July 17
    New Hampshire Motor Speedway
    Loudon, New Hampshire

    Sunday, July 24
    Pocono Raceway
    Long Pond, Pennsylvania

    Sunday, July 31
    Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    Speedway, Indiana
    Road Course

    Sunday, August 7
    Michigan International Speedway
    Brooklyn, Michigan

    Sunday, August 14
    Richmond International Raceway
    Richmond, Virginia

    Sunday, August 21
    Watkins Glen International
    Watkins Glen, New York

    Saturday, August 27
    Daytona International Speedway
    Daytona Beach, Florida

    Sunday, September 4 - NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs Starts. Round of 16
    Darlington Raceway
    Darlington, South Carolina

    Sunday, September 11
    Kansas Speedway
    Kansas City, Kansas

    Saturday, September 17
    Bristol Motor Speedway
    Bristol, Tennessee

    Sunday, September 25 - NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Round of 12
    Texas Motor Speedway
    Fort Worth Texas

    Sunday, October 2
    Talladega Super Speedway
    Talladega, Alabama

    Sunday, October 9
    Charlotte Motor Speedway
    Concord, North Carolina
    Roval

    Sunday, October 16 - NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Round of 8
    Las Vegas Motor Speedway
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Sunday, October 23
    Homestead–Miami Speedway
    Homestead, Florida

    Sunday, October 30
    Martinsville Speedway
    Martinsville, Virginia

    Sunday, November 6 - NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Round of 4. CHAMPIONSHIP
    Phoenix International Raceway
    Avondale, Arizona
    Nathan Stephens: Hobart (Northwest), Indiana.

    Next race(s): Kokomo (IN) - Kokomo Klash - October 15th & 16th. Winchester (IN) - Winchester 400 - 10/17
    Races 35 - Tracks: 15
    2021 Season (17) - Brownstown (IN) 1, Circle City (IN) 1, Eldora (OH) 3, Fairbury (IL) 6, Farmer City (IL) 1, Florence (KY) 1, Gas City (IN) 1, Hartford (MI) 1, Kankakee (IL) 3, Kokomo (IN) 4, LaSalle (IL) 1, Lincoln Park (IN) 1, Plymouth (IN) 2, Shadyhill (IN) 6, & Spoon River (IL) 1

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    They ought to rotate the last race to different tracks. The gimmick championship is already stupid.
    Don't make it worse. Keeping it at the same track favors drivers who run good there. It should at least be moved around.

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    Interesting that they are going to what used to be known as Gateway.

    Now give Iowa a date, just once. Let's see how it would work.
    Political correctness,...is the inability to speak the truth about the obvious.

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    Gateway? Wow, never thought they'd get a date.

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    Its about who owns the tracks. Political all the way. It is the way of the world, No surprises anymore

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    It isn't like they have to worry about places that have enough seating anymore. Used to be that was a concern but that hasn't been a while. There might be a couple places that still fill up a decent crowd but by and large they have to depend on the TV product. If that's the case then maybe they should try some more interesting and challenging venues.
    Political correctness,...is the inability to speak the truth about the obvious.

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