The current year’s schedule will have seven street course races – Daytona, Circuit of the Americas, Sonoma, Road America, Watkins Glen, Indianapolis, and Charlotte.
What are the 6 road courses in NASCAR?
As of 2020, current NASCAR national-level road courses include Sonoma, Watkins Glen, the Charlotte Roval, Road America, Mid-Ohio and Mosport. Former road courses include Riverside, Topeka, Mexico City, and Montreal.
What road courses is NASCAR running in 2021?
NASCAR schedule 2021: Playoff races
|Oct. 3||YellaWood 500||Talladega Superspeedway|
|Oct. 10||Bank of America ROVAL 400||Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course|
|Oct. 17||Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500||Texas Motor Speedway|
|Oct. 24||Hollywood Casino 400||Kansas Speedway|
Is NASCAR doing more road courses?
NASCAR Cup Series teams will run six road course races in 2021 with three new additions to the schedule. COTA joins Indianapolis — announced this morning — and Road America as new road course events. Cup Series teams already compete at Sonoma, Watkins Glen, and the Charlotte Roval.
Who is the best road course driver in NASCAR?
1. Kyle Larson (no change). He remains ranked in first place thanks to his latest win at Watkins Glen. Larson earned his fifth points victory of the season last Sunday, finishing in the top five through all stages at The Glen and leading nearly a third of the laps.
Will NASCAR Cota be in 2022?
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Is NASCAR qualifying in 2021?
NASCAR is conducting qualifying and practice for just eight Cup Series races in the 2021 season. The remaining sessions will be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course on Aug. 15 and Phoenix for the Championship 4 season-ending race on Nov. 7.