Quick Answer: What are the two longest tracks in Nascar?

Nascar’s Currently Active Tracks
Nascar Track Length Chart
1 Knoxville Raceway .5
2 Martinsville Speedway .526
3 Bristol Motor Speedway .533

What are the lengths of NASCAR tracks?

NASCAR Track Information

Track Length Location
Atlanta Motor Speedway 1.540 Hampton, Georgia
Auto Club Speedway 2.000 Fontana, California
Bristol Motor Speedway 0.533 Bristol, Tennessee
Charlotte Motor Speedway 1.500 Concord, North Carolina

What are the two shortest tracks in NASCAR?

Bristol Motor Speedway was built in 1960 and, at first, was exactly a half-mile. Reconfiguration in 1969 brought to the track to 0.533 miles, the same length it is today. It’s the second-shortest track on the NASCAR circuit and has the largest seating capacity at 160,000.

What NASCAR tracks do not have lights?

Track table

Track Owner Lights
Sonoma Raceway Speedway Motorsports No
Talladega Superspeedway NASCAR No
Texas Motor Speedway Speedway Motorsports Yes
Watkins Glen International NASCAR No

How many miles is a NASCAR race?

NASCAR tries to run the Cup cars approximately 350 kilometers (220 miles) for road races. The Dodge/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway on the 1.99-mile road course comes out to 110 laps and they actually travel 352.3 kilometers.

What is the best NASCAR track?

The ten best NASCAR tracks in 2021:

  • Road America – Plymouth, WI.
  • Watkins Glen International – Watkins Glen, N.Y.
  • Sonoma Raceway – Sonoma, Calif.
  • New Hampshire Motor Speedway – Loudon, N.H.
  • Bristol Motor Speedway – Bristol, Tenn.
  • Charlotte Motor Speedway – Charlotte, N.C.
  • Martinsville Speedway – Ridgeway, Va.
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