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Nascar 2006 and 2007 Schedule


NASCAR Busch Series Emerson Radio 250 Richmond International Raceway
Richmond, VA Friday
9/8/2006
7:30 PM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Chevy Rock & Roll 400 Richmond International Raceway
Richmond, VA Saturday
9/9/2006
7:00 PM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Sylvania 300 New Hampshire International Speedway
Loudon, NH Sunday
9/17/2006
7:00 AM

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Smiths Las Vegas 350 Las Vegas Speedway
Las Vegas, NV Saturday
9/23/2006
6:00 PM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Dover 400 Dover International Speedway
Dover, DE Sunday
9/24/2006
12:30 PM

NASCAR Busch Series Yellow Transportation 300 Kansas Speedway
Kansas City, KS Saturday
9/30/2006
2:00 PM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Banquet 400 Kansas Speedway
Kansas City, KS Sunday
10/1/2006
2:00 PM

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series TBA Talladega Super Speedway
Talladega, AL Saturday
10/7/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: UAW Ford 500 Talladega Super Speedway
Talladega, AL Sunday
10/8/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Bank Of America 500 Lowes Motor Speedway
Concord, NC Saturday
10/14/2006


NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Kroger 200 Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville, VA Saturday
10/21/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Subway 500 Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville, VA Sunday
10/22/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 Atlanta Motor Speedway
Morrow, GA Sunday
10/29/2006


NASCAR KSCS Qualifying Night Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX Thursday
11/2/2006
7:00 PM

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Silverado 350 Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX Friday
11/3/2006


NASCAR Busch Series O'Reilly Challenge Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX Saturday
11/4/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Dickies 500 Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX Sunday
11/5/2006
1:30 PM

NASCAR Autozone Elite Division Southwest Series: Phoenix 125 Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZ Thursday
11/9/2006


NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series: Phoenix 150 Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZ Friday
11/10/2006


NASCAR Busch Series Arizona Travel 200 Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZ Saturday
11/11/2006
12:00 PM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Checker Auto Parts 500 Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZ Sunday
11/12/2006


NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series: Ford 200 Homestead Miami Speedway
Homestead, FL Friday
11/17/2006
8:00 PM

NASCAR Busch Series Ford 300 Homestead Miami Speedway
Homestead, FL Saturday
11/18/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Ford 400 Homestead Miami Speedway
Homestead, FL Sunday
11/19/2006


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Gatorade Duels Daytona Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL Thursday
2/15/2007


NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series GM Flex Fuel 250 Daytona Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL Friday
2/16/2007


NASCAR Busch Series Hershey's 300 Daytona Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL Saturday
2/17/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Daytona 500 Daytona Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL Sunday
2/18/2007



NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Auto Club 500 California Speedway
Fontana, CA Sunday
2/25/2007
12:00 AM

NASCAR: Las Vegas Pole Day Las Vegas Speedway
Las Vegas, NV Friday
3/9/2007


Sam's Town 300 Las Vegas Speedway
Las Vegas, NV Saturday
3/10/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: UAW Daimler-Chrysler 400 Las Vegas Speedway
Las Vegas, NV Sunday
3/11/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Atlanta 500 Atlanta Motor Speedway
Morrow, GA Sunday
3/18/2007


NASCAR: Busch Series: Sharpie Mini 300 Bristol Motor Speedway
Bristol, TN Saturday
3/24/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Bristol 500 Bristol Motor Speedway
Bristol, TN Sunday
3/25/2007
12:00 AM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Martinsville 500 Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville, VA Sunday
4/1/2007
12:00 AM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Advance Auto Parts 500 Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville, VA Sunday
4/8/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Samsung/Radioshack 500 Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX Sunday
4/15/2007


NASCAR: Subway Fresh 500 Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZ Saturday
4/21/2007


NASCAR: Busch Series: Aarons 312 Talladega Super Speedway
Talladega, AL Saturday
4/28/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Aaron's 499 Talladega Super Speedway
Talladega, AL Sunday
4/29/2007
12:00 PM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Dodge Charger 500 Darlington Raceway
Darlington, SC Saturday
5/12/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: All-Star Race Lowes Motor Speedway
Concord, NC Saturday
5/19/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Charlotte 600 Lowes Motor Speedway
Concord, NC Sunday
5/27/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Dover 400 Dover International Speedway
Dover, DE Sunday
6/3/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Michigan 400 Michigan International Speedway
Brooklyn, MI Sunday
6/17/2007


NASCAR New England 300 New Hampshire International Speedway
Loudon, NH Sunday
7/1/2007
3:00 AM

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Lenox Industrial Tools 300 New Hampshire International Speedway
Loudon, NH Sunday
7/1/2007


NASCAR: Winn-Dixie 250 Daytona Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL Friday
7/6/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Pepsi 400 Daytona Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL Saturday
7/7/2007



NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Usg Sheetrock 400 Chicagoland Speedway
Joliet, IL Sunday
7/15/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Allstate 400 At The Brickyard Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis, IN Sunday
7/29/2007


Nascar Craftsman Truck Series California Speedway
Fontana, CA Friday
8/31/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: California 500 California Speedway
Fontana, CA Sunday
9/2/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Sylvania 300 New Hampshire International Speedway
Loudon, NH Sunday
9/16/2007


NASCAR Nextel Cup Series: Dover 400 Dover International Speedway
Dover, DE Sunday
9/23/2007

Nascar


The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) was founded by William H.G. France in 1948 in the USA. Officially incorporated on February 21, its purpose was to organize and promote the sport of stock car racing on sanctioned high-speed oval circuits and a few road courses.

The early NASCAR drivers were originally involved in the illegal transportation of alcohol. The drivers would modify their cars in order to create a faster and more maneuverable car. It was a logical step for the owners of these cars to race them. Thus, NASCAR was created as an officiating body. Even though they were in a league, many of the early drivers were still involved in moonshining and bootlegging.

Contrary to common belief, NASCAR races are not all conducted on identical oval tracks. Tracks vary in length from 0.526 (Martinsville Speedway) to 2.66 miles (Talladega Superspeedway) (0.847 to 4.281 km). While most tracks are ovals, others are tri-ovals, quad-ovals, triangular, or ovals with unequal ends. Courses also differ in degree of banking on the curves, with differences in degree of banking and course length contributing to different top speeds on various courses. Two courses are complex shaped road courses. Nevertheless, fans of other series such as Formula One ridicule NASCAR races as "taxis turning left."

Race speeds vary widely based on the track. The fastest track is Talladega Superspeedway where the record race speed is 188 mph (303 km/h) with the record qualifying lap of 212.809 mph/44.998s (342.483 km/h) set by Bill Elliott. The slowest tracks are Infineon Raceway, a road course, with a record race speed of only 81 mph (130 km/h) and qualifying lap of 99 mph (159 km/h); and Martinsville Speedway, a very short, nearly flat oval, with a record race speed of 82 mph (132 km/h) and a qualifying lap of only 97 mph (156 km/h). As a safety measure to reduce speeds at the two fastest tracks (Daytona International Speedway and Talladega), a restrictor plate must be placed between the carburetor and intake manifold to restrict air and fuel flow and, therefore, power. Today, the highest speeds in NASCAR are found at Atlanta Motor Speedway, which is the fastest track where restrictor plates are not mandated. Unrestricted, NASCAR cars run at over 750 horsepower (560 kW).

The closest European equivalent is Touring car racing, although the European circuits are on road courses. The first NASCAR competition held in Japan was the Suzuka NASCAR Thunder 100 at Suzuka Circuitland in Suzuka City on November 24, 1996. It was won by Rusty Wallace.

NASCAR racing has its share of great finishes. The closest finish in NASCAR history was at Darlington Raceway between Ricky Craven and Kurt Busch. Craven came in ahead by .002 seconds. See the picture here. (http://www.nascar.com/2003/news/headlines/wc/03/16/carolina_400/finish.jpg)

In the United States, television broadcast rights are split between FOX and NBC/TNT, with FOX airing the first half of the season and NBC/TNT airing the second half. The current television contract was signed for six years and is valued at $2.4 billion [1] (http://www.forbes.com/2003/10/07/cx_pp_1007nascar.html).

In addition to the Nextel Cup, NASCAR operates two other racing circits: the minor league Busch Series, and the Craftsman Truck Series, which races pickup trucks.

NASCAR Championship

The NASCAR Championship is the championship held in NASCAR's top stock car racing series. The championship is currently known as the Nextel Cup. From 1972 through 2003, it was called the Winston Cup; before 1972, it was known as the Grand National.

Previous NASCAR season champions and earnings (USD):

List of NASCAR race tracks

The following is a list of race tracks used by NASCAR as part of its Nextel Cup Series, Busch Series, and Craftsman Truck Series.

Atlanta Motor Speedway - Hampton, Georgia
Bristol Motor Speedway - Bristol, Tennessee
California Speedway - Fontana, California
Chicagoland Speedway - Joliet, Illinois
Darlington Raceway - Darlington, South Carolina
Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Beach, Florida
Dover International Speedway - Dover, Delaware
Gateway International Speedway - Madison, Illinois
Homestead-Miami Speedway - Homestead, Florida
Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Speedway, Indiana
Indianapolis Raceway Park - Indianapolis, Indiana
Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, California
Kansas Speedway - Kansas City, Kansas
Kentucky Speedway - Sparta, Kentucky
Las Vegas Motor Speedway - Las Vegas, Nevada
Lowe's Motor Speedway - Concord, North Carolina
Mansfield Motorsports Speedway - Mansfield, Ohio
Martinsville Speedway - Martinsville, Virginia
Memphis Motorsports Park - Millington, Tennessee
Michigan International Speedway - Brooklyn, Michigan
The Milwaukee Mile - West Allis, Wisconsin
Nashville Superspeedway - Lebanon, Tennessee
Nazareth Speedway - Nazareth, Pennsylvania
New Hampshire International Speedway - Loudon, New Hampshire
North Carolina Speedway - Rockingham, North Carolina
Phoenix International Raceway - Avondale, Arizona
Pikes Peak International Raceway - Fountain, Colorado
Pocono Raceway - Long Pond, Pennsylvania
Richmond International Raceway - Richmond, Virginia
Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, Alabama
Texas Motor Speedway - Justin, Texas
Watkins Glen International - Watkins Glen, New York

List of current NASCAR races
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The following is a list of current (as of 2004) NASCAR races from the Nextel Cup, Busch Series, and Craftsman Truck Series, along with their venues.


Nextel Cup
Budweiser Shootout - Daytona International Speedway
Gatorade 125 - Daytona International Speedway
Daytona 500 - Daytona International Speedway
Subway 400 - North Carolina Speedway
UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 - Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Golden Corral 500 - Atlanta Motor Speedway
Carolina Dodge Dealers 400 - Darlington Raceway
Food City 500 - Bristol Motor Speedway
Samsung/Radio Shack 500 - Texas Motor Speedway
Advance Auto Parts 500 - Martinsville Speedway
Aaron's 499 - Talladega Superspeedway
Auto Club 500 - California Speedway
Chevy American Revolution 400 - Richmond International Raceway
Nextel All-Star Challenge - Lowe's Motor Speedway
Nextel Open - Lowe's Motor Speedway
Coca-Cola 600 - Lowe's Motor Speedway
MBNA 400 "A Salute to Heroes" - Dover International Speedway
Pocono 500 - Pocono Raceway
DHL 400 - Michigan International Speedway
Dodge/Save Mart 350 - Infineon Raceway
Pepsi 400 - Daytona International Speedway
Tropicana 400 - Chicagoland Speedway
New England 300 - New Hampshire International Speedway
Pennsylvania 500 - Pocono Raceway
Brickyard 400 - Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Sirius at The Glen - Watkins Glen International
GFS Marketplace 400 - Michigan International Speedway
Sharpie 500 - Bristol Motor Speedway
Pop Secret 500 - California Speedway
Chevy Rock and Roll 400 - Richmond International Raceway
Sylvania 300 - New Hampshire International Speedway
MBNA America 400 - Dover International Speedway
EA Sports 500 - Talladega Superspeedway
Banquet 400 presented by ConAgra Foods - Kansas Speedway
UAW-GM Quality 500 - Lowe's Motor Speedway
Subway 500 - Martinsville Speedway
Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 - Atlanta Motor Speedway
Checker Auto Parts 500 - Phoenix International Raceway
Mountain Dew Southern 500 - Darlington Raceway
Ford 400 - Homestead-Miami Speedway

Busch Series

Hershey's Kisses 300 - Daytona International Speedway
Goody's Headache Powder 200 - North Carolina Speedway
Sam's Town 300 - Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Diamond Hill Plywood Co. 200 - Darlington Raceway
Sharpie Professional 250 - Bristol Motor Speedway
O'Reilly 300 - Texas Motor Speedway
Pepsi 300 - Nashville Superspeedway
Aaron's 312 - Talladega Superspeedway
Stater Bros. 300 presented by Gatorade - California Speedway
Charter 250 - Gateway International Raceway
Funai 250 - Richmond International Raceway
Goulds Pumps ITT Industries 200 - Nazareth Speedway
CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 - Lowe's Motor Speedway
MBNA America 200 - Dover International Speedway
Federated Auto Parts 300 - Nashville Superspeedway
Meijer 300 presented by Oreo - Kentucky Speedway
Alan Kulwicki 250 presented by Forest County Potawatomi Racing - The Milwaukee Mile
Winn-Dixie 250 presented by PepsiCo - Daytona International Speedway
Twister 300 - Chicagoland Speedway
New England 200 - New Hampshire International Speedway
- Pikes Peak International Raceway
Kroger 200 presented by Tom Raper RVs - Indianapolis Raceway Park
Cabela's 250 - Michigan International Speedway
Food City 250 - Bristol Motor Speedway
Target House 300 - California Speedway
Emerson 250 - Richmond International Raceway
Stacker 200 presented by YJ Stinger - Dover International Speedway
Mr. Goodcents 300 - Kansas Speedway
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie 300 - Lowe's Motor Speedway
Sam's Town 250 benefitting St. Jude - Memphis Motorsports Park
Aaron's 312 - Atlanta Motor Speedway
Bashas' Supermarkets 200 - Phoenix International Raceway
BI-LO 200 - Darlington Raceway
Ford 300 - Homestead-Miami Speedway

Craftsman Truck Series

Florida Dodge Dealers 250 - Daytona International Speedway
EasyCare Vehicle Service Contracts 200 - Atlanta Motor Speedway
Kroger 250 - Martinsville Speedway
UAW/GM Ohio 250 - Mansfield Motorsports Speedway
Infineon 200 - Lowe's Motor Speedway
MBNA America 200 - Dover International Speedway
O'Reilly 400K - Texas Motor Speedway
O'Reilly 200 - Memphis Motorsports Park
Black Cat Fireworks 200 - The Milwaukee Mile
O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 - Kansas Speedway
Built Ford Tough 225 presented by Greater Cincinnati Ford Dealers - Kentucky Speedway
Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers Ram Tough 200 - Gateway International Speedway
Line-X Spray-on Truck Bedliners 200 - Michigan International Speedway
Power Stroke Diesel 200 - Indianapolis Raceway Park
Toyota Tundra 200 - Nashville Superspeedway
O'Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline Maxlife - Bristol Motor Speedway
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series 200 - Richmond International Raceway
New Hampshire 200 - New Hampshire International Speedway
Las Vegas 350 - Las Vegas Motor Speedway
American Racing Wheels 200 - California Speedway
Silverado 350K - Texas Motor Speedway
Kroger 200 - Martinsville Speedway
Chevy Silverado 150 - Phoenix International Raceway
Darlington 200 - Darlington Raceway
Ford 200 - Homestead-Miami Speedway

 

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