|Nascar’s Currently Active Tracks|
|Nascar Track Length Chart|
|3||Bristol Motor Speedway||.533|
What are the lengths of NASCAR tracks?
NASCAR Track Information
|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?
|Sonoma Raceway||Speedway Motorsports||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.