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Schedule & Tickets 2022/2023

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    29
    May
    2022
    6:00 PM
    Coca-Cola 600 – NASCAR Cup Series
    Charlotte Motor Speedway
    location 28027 Concord, North Carolina, US
    Tickets
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    05
    Jun
    2022
    1:00 PM
    NASCAR Cup Series
    World Wide Technology Raceway
    location 62060 Madison, IL, US
    Tickets
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    12
    Jun
    2022
    8:00 AM
    Toyota/Save Mart 350 – NASCAR Cup Series
    Raceway
    location 95476 Sonoma, CA, US
    Tickets
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    26
    Jun
    2022
    4:00 PM
    Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series Race
    Nashville Superspeedway
    location 37090 Lebanon, TN, US
    Tickets
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    10
    Jul
    2022
    10:00 AM
    Quaker State 400 – NASCAR Cup Series
    Atlanta Motor Speedway
    location 30228 Hampton, GA, US
    Tickets
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    17
    Jul
    2022
    12:00 PM
    NASCAR Cup Series
    New Hampshire Motor Speedway
    location 03307 Loudon, NH, US
    Tickets
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    24
    Jul
    2022
    9:00 AM
    NASCAR Cup Series
    Pocono Raceway
    location 18610 Blakeslee, PA, US
    Tickets
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    14
    Aug
    2022
    3:00 PM
    Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway
    Raceway
    location 23222 Richmond, VA, US
    Tickets
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    21
    Aug
    2022
    12:00 PM
    NASCAR Cup Series at The Glen
    International
    location 14891 Watkins Glen, NY, US
    Tickets
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    27
    Aug
    2022
    12:00 PM
    Coke Zero Sugar 400 – NASCAR Cup Series – FANZONE Only
    Daytona International Speedway
    location 32114 Daytona Beach, FL, US
    Tickets
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    27
    Aug
    2022
    7:01 PM
    Coke Zero Sugar 400 – NASCAR Cup Series
    Daytona International Speedway
    location 32114 Daytona Beach, FL, US
    Tickets
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    04
    Sep
    2022
    6:00 PM
    Southern 500
    Raceway
    location 29532 Darlington, SC, US
    Tickets
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    11
    Sep
    2022
    2:00 PM
    Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway
    Kansas Speedway
    location 66111 Kansas City, KS, US
    Tickets
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    17
    Sep
    2022
    7:30 PM
    Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway
    Motor Speedway and Dragway
    location 37620 Bristol, TN, US
    Tickets
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    25
    Sep
    2022
    5:00 PM
    Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500
    Texas Motor Speedway
    location 76177 Fort Worth, TX, US
    Tickets
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    09
    Oct
    2022
    2:00 PM
    Bank of America ROVAL 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway
    Charlotte Motor Speedway
    location 28027 Concord, North Carolina, US
    Tickets
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    14
    Oct
    2022
    1:00 PM
    South Point 400 – NASCAR Cup Series – WEEKEND Pass (Oct 14-16, 2022)
    Motor Speedway
    location 89115 Las Vegas, NV, US
    Tickets
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    16
    Oct
    2022
    5:00 PM
    South Point 400 – NASCAR Cup Series – Sunday Only
    Motor Speedway
    location 89115 Las Vegas, NV, US
    Tickets
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    23
    Oct
    2022
    12:00 PM
    Dixie Vodka 400 – NASCAR Cup Series
    -Miami Speedway
    location 33035 Homestead, FL, US
    Tickets
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    06
    Nov
    2022
    9:00 AM
    NASCAR Cup Series Championship
    Phoenix Raceway
    location 85323 Avondale, AZ, US
    Tickets
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About Cup Series

The NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) is the sport’s highest level of professional competition. It is consequently the most popular and most profitable NASCAR series. Since 2001, the Cup Series season has consisted of 36 races over 10 months. Writers and fans often use “Cup” to refer to the NCS and the ambiguous use of “NASCAR” as a synonym for the series is common. The 2020 NCS Champion is Chase Elliott. The record for most championships is 7, held by three drivers: Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, and Jimmie Johnson. Johnson has the record for most consecutive with five consecutive Cup Series drivers’ championships from 2006 to 2010. Previously, the most consecutive championships had been three in a row by Cale Yarborough in the late 1970s, the only other time when a driver has won three or more NASCAR Cup Series championships in a row.


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NASCAR Sponsors

The Cup Series had its first title sponsor in 1972. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, which had been banned from television advertising, found a popular and demographically suitable consumer base in NASCAR fans and engaged NASCAR as a promotional outlet. As a result of that sponsorship, the Grand National Series became known as the Winston Cup Series starting in 1971, with a new points system and some significant cash benefits to compete for championship points. In 1972, the season was shortened from 48 races (including two on dirt tracks) to 31. 1972 is often acknowledged as the beginning of NASCAR’s “modern era”. The next competitive level, called Late Model Sportsman, gained the “Grand National” title passed down from the top division and soon found a sponsor in Busch Beer.


Rules Changes

In 2004, Nextel Communications took over sponsorship of the premier series and formally renamed it the Nextel Cup Series. A new championship points system, the “Chase for the Nextel Cup,” (renamed “Chase for the Sprint Cup” in 2008) was also developed, which reset the point standings with ten races to go, making only drivers in the top ten or within 400 points of the leader eligible to win the championship. In 2007, NASCAR announced it was expanding “The Chase” from ten to twelve drivers, eliminating the 400-point cutoff, and giving a ten-point bonus to the top twelve drivers for each of the races they have won out of the first 26. Wins throughout the season would also be awarded five more points than in previous seasons. In 2008, the premier series title name became the Sprint Cup Series, as part of the merger between Nextel and Sprint.


In 2011, NASCAR announced a number of major rules changes, the most significant being abandoning the points system. The winner of a race now receives 43 points, with one-point decrements for each subsequent position (42 for the second, 41 for the third, and so on). The winner also receives 3 bonus points, and single bonus points are awarded to all drivers who lead a lap, plus the driver who leads the most laps. Another significant change involves the qualifying process for Chase. The number of qualifying drivers will remain at 12, but only the top 10 will qualify solely on regular-season points. The remaining two Chase drivers will be the two drivers in the next 10 of the point standings (11th through 20th) with the most race wins in the regular season.


In 2014, NASCAR announced another revamp to the Chase format, expanding the Chase pool to 16 drivers, and eliminating four drivers after every three races, leaving four drivers to compete for the championship at the season finale at Homestead. In addition, wins were given an increased emphasis, with the 16 drivers with the most wins (15 if the points leader is winless; points leader will receive an automatic berth) gaining a spot in the chase. If there are fewer than 16 winners, the remaining spots will be filled based on the conventional points system.


Monster Energy became the title sponsor in 2017, which changed the series’ name to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. With Monster Energy’s title sponsorship, NASCAR also abandoned “The Chase” name and now refers to the last 10 races simply as “the playoffs” similar to most other sports.


After the 2019 season, NASCAR declined an offer from Monster Energy to remain the title sponsor of the top series. On December 5, NASCAR revealed its new sponsorship model. Instead of a singular title sponsor, four “premier partners” (Coca-Cola, Xfinity, Busch Beer, and GEICO) would be closely affiliated with the top series, which was simply renamed the NASCAR Cup Series. Wikipedia