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Speedways for the 2010 NASCAR Schedule

Speedways for the 2010 NASCAR Schedule

Are you familiar with the places like Daytona International Speedway, Phoenix International Raceway, Texas Motor Raceway and Homestead-Miami Speedway? If yes, you are indeed a NASCAR fan! For those who do not know anything about the tracks that are getting more and more popular these days, it is about time you start reading articles like this.

The four tracks mentioned are included in the 30 tracks that are said to be venues for this year’s NASCAR Series as the 2010 NASCAR schedule reflects. The three most popular series, the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and the Camping World Truck Series which started last February will be concluded this late part of November. The three series all started at Daytona International Speedway.

Daytona International Speedway is located at Daytona Beach, Florida. It has been the venue of NASCAR’s biggest race, “The Great American Race”. It has a capacity of 168,000 spectators. It has multiple layouts such as tri-oval, sports car course and motorcycle course. It also has a venue for powerboat racing which is called the “Lake Lloyd” with 12-ha dimension.

Since it is now on the later part of the 2010 NASCAR schedule, there are only remaining three race games for each of the series. The venues for the races are the Phoenix International Raceway, Texas Motor Raceway and the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Phoenix International Raceway or commonly referred as PIR, is located in Avondale, Arizona. It is a one mile tri-oval which is the new venue of major open-wheel racing events in the Phoenix area. Texas Motor Speedway is located in Forth Worth Texas, the northernmost part of the United States. It has s 2.4-kilometer track of a quad-oval design. The track is owned by Speedway Motorsports, Incorporated.

The concluding part of the three series will be at Homestead-Miami Speedway. It is located at 1 Speedway Boulevard, Homestead, Florida. It can contain 65,000 spectators. It is owned and operated by the International Speedway Corporation. This speedway has a 2.4-kilometer oval and 3.7-kilometer with 11-turn road course length.

The 2010 NASCAR schedule can help you plan for you expensive leisure by showing the venues for each race event. You can budget your money and time by organizing every calendar detail in your activity list. Always be guided that the 2010 NASCAR schedule may vary because of some irregularities like the weather. Announcements and updates can be found in NASCAR website to keep you posted. You can even hear flash reports on radio and watch breaking news on television about the altered schedule of an upcoming race event. With this, you can still manage you time. Stay guided with the NASCAR schedule and its updates.