NASCAR 2014 Tickets and Schedule

Wed, October 16, 2013

NASCAR released their 2014 schedule just a few days ago.  Its almost the same as last season’s schedule which also included opening races at Daytona International Speedway. There are several changes to the 2014 NASCAR calendar.  The Texas race will now be on Sunday rather than Saturday.  Darlington and Kansas have traded dates and The Chase for the Sprint Cup will stay the same at 10 races.  This year it begins on September 14th in Chicago and ends on November 16th in Miami. Check out the complete 2014NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule below and be sure to order your NASCAR tickets for all of the upcoming races.
2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Schedule 
15th – Sprint Unlimited at Daytona International Speedway 
23th – Daytona 500 March 2nd – Phoenix International Raceway 
9th – Las Vegas Motor Speedway 
16th – Bristol Motor Speedway 
23rd – Auto Club Speedway 
30th – Martinsville Speedway April 
6th – Texas Motor Speedway 
12th – Darlington Raceway 
26th – Richmond International Raceway May 
4th – Talladega Superspeedway 
10th – Kansas Speedway 
17th – Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway 
25th – Charlotte Motor Speedway June 
1st – Dover International Speedway 
8th – Pocono Raceway 
15th – Michigan International Speedway 
22nd – Sonoma Raceway 
28th – Kentucky Speedway July 
5th – Daytona International Speedway 
13th – New Hampshire Motor Speedway 
27th – Indianapolis Motor Speedway August 
3rd – Pocono Raceway 
10th – Watkins Glen International 
17th – Michigan International Speedway 
23th – Bristol Motor Speedway 
31th – Atlanta Motor Speedway September 
6th – Richmond International Raceway 
14th – Chicagoland Speedway 
21st – New Hampshire Motor Speedway 
28th – Dover International Speedway October 
5th – Kansas Speedway 
11th – Charlotte Motor Speedway 
19th – Talladega Superspeedway 
26th – Martinsville Speedway November 
2nd – Texas Motor Speedway 
9th – Phoenix International Raceway 
16th – Homestead-Miami Speedway

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