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NASCAR announces May 30-June 21 schedule for top three series and ARCA

Kyle Busch 2019 Atlanta
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Ahead of Sunday’s Darlington Cup race that will kick off a run of seven NASCAR races over 11 days, NASCAR has announced 13 more races to be held over the span of 23 days across the top 3 series and ARCA.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will kick things off with a 300-lap race taking place May 30 at Bristol Motor Speedway (3:30 p.m. EST, TV: FS1).

The NASCAR Cup Series will run at Bristol the following day with a 500-mile race taking place May 31 (3:30 p.m. EST, TV: FS1).

Martinsville Speedway, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Homestead-Miami Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway will be the hosts of the next 11 races.

The inaugural Martinsville night race will be run Wednesday, June 10 as a midweek, 500-lap race (7 p.m. EST; TV: FS1).

Atlanta Motor Speedway will be the host of a June 6 race weekend featuring the top three NASCAR series, including a June 6 doubleheader featuring the Xfinity and Gander Trucks Series.

Homestead-Miami Speedway will also host a June 13 race weekend featuring the top three NASCAR series, with a June 13 doubleheader featuring the Xfinity and Gander Truck Series and a June 14 doubleheader featuring the Xfinity and Cup Series.

Talladega Superspeedway will also host a June 20 race weekend featuring the ARCA, Xfinity and Cup Series with a June 20 doubleheader featuring ARCA and Xfinity.

As a result of Thursday’s announcement, NASCAR will be postponing the May 30 Kansas Speedway and June 5 Michigan International Speedway race weekends, and the May 30 Mid-Ohio Xfinity Series and June 5 Texas Gander Trucks Series races.

NASCAR has also announced that the NASCAR Modified Tour and all NASCAR national series races scheduled for the 2020 season at Iowa Speedway will be canceled. The June 13 Xfinity Iowa race will be run June 14 at Homestead-Miami Speedway instead.

Denny Hamlin Kevin Harvick Homestead start of race 2019
Photo by Marcus Leno/TRE

Below is a full schedule of races set to take place between May 30-June 21 for NASCAR’s top three series and ARCA (all times Eastern):

Sat., May 30:
NASCAR Xfinity Series 300-lap race at Bristol  (3:30 p.m. EST; TV: FS1)

Sun., May 31:
NASCAR Cup Series 500-lap race at Bristol  (3:30 p.m. EST; TV: FS1)

Sat., June 6:
NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series 200-mile race at Atlanta (1 p.m. EST, TV: FS1)
NASCAR Xfinity Series 250-mile race at Atlanta (4:30 p.m. EST; TV: FOX)

Sun., June 7:
NASCAR Cup Series 500-mile race at Atlanta (3 p.m. EST, TV: FOX)

Wed., June 10:
NASCAR Cup Series 500-lap race at Martinsville (7 p.m. EST, TV: FS1)

Sat., June 13:
NASCAR Gander Trucks Series 200-mile race at Homestead-Miami (12:30 p.m. EST, TV: FS1)
NASCAR Xfinity Series 250-mile race at Homestead-Miami (3:30 p.m. EST, TV: FOX)

Sun., June 14:
NASCAR Xfinity Series 250-mile race at Homestead-Miami (12 p.m. EST, TV: FS1)
NASCAR Cup Series 400-mile race at Homestead-Miami (3:30 p.m. EST, TV: FOX)

Sat., June 20:
ARCA Menard’s Series 200-mile race at Talladega (2 p.m. EST, TV: FS1)
NASCAR Xfinity Series 300-mile race at Talladega (5:30 p.m. EST, TV: FOX)

Sun., June 21:
NASCAR Cup Series 500-mile race at Talladega (3 p.m. EST, TV: FOX)

Stage lengths are yet TBD for any of the top 3 NASCAR series races.

SOURCES:
NASCAR
Racing-Reference.info

 

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