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Major changes for 2020 NASCAR calendar

Daniel Herrero

Wednesday 27th March, 2019 - 1:49pm

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NASCAR’s calendar has been revamped

NASCAR has released a 2020 Cup Series calendar featuring major changes including a new host for the final race.

The season will end at Phoenix while Homestead-Miami, the long-time venue for the decider, moves to Round 6 in March.

Other changes include Pocono’s two races forming a double-header weekend in June and the second Daytona race taking the final spot in the regular season.

There are races on each Sunday of October, during which time the Gold Coast 600 would likely fall, although any NASCAR element of that event had been foreshadowed as an exhibition race anyway.

Charlotte will continue to host its playoff race on its roval layout.

NASCAR Cup Series 2020 calendar

Race Day Track  
Sun Feb 9 Daytona Clash
Thu Feb 13 Daytona Duels
1 Sun Feb 16 Daytona 500
2 Sun Feb 23 Las Vegas
3 Sun Mar 1 Fontana
4 Sun Mar 8 Phoenix
5 Sun Mar 15 Atlanta
6 Sun Mar 22 Homestead-Miami
7 Sun Mar 29 Texas
8 Sun Apr 5 Bristol
9 Sun Apr 19 Richmond
10 Sun Apr 26 Talladega
11 Sun May 3 Dover
12 Sat May 9 Martinsville
Sat May 16 Charlotte All-Star Race
13 Sun May 24 Charlotte
14 Sun May 31 Kansas
15 Sun Jun 7 Michigan
16 Sun Jun 14 Sonoma
17 Sun Jun 21 Chicagoland
18 Sat Jun 27 Pocono
19 Sun Jun 28 Pocono
20 Sun Jul 5 Indianapolis
21 Sat Jul 11 Kentucky
22 Sun Jul 19 New Hampshire
23 Sun Aug 9 Michigan
24 Sun Aug 16 Watkins Glen
25 Sun Aug 23 Dover
26 Sat Aug 29 Daytona
27 Sun Sep 6 Darlington Playoff
28 Sat Sep 12 Richmond Playoff
29 Sat Sep 19 Bristol Playoff
30 Sun Sep 27 Las Vegas Playoff
31 Sun Oct 4 Talladega Playoff
32 Sun Oct 11 Charlotte Playoff, Roval
33 Sun Oct 18 Kansas Playoff
34 Sun Oct 25 Texas Playoff
35 Sun Nov 1 Martinsville Playoff
36 Sun Nov 8 Phoenix Playoff

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