Nascar 2010 Schedule – 2010 Nascar Fixtures

2010 Nascar Sprint Cup Series Schedule

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The NASCAR Sprint Cup 2010 Series will be the 62nd season of professional stock car racing in the US, which will begin at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida with the 2010 Budweiser Shootout at Daytona, a race for the top six teams of the four brands in the 2009 season on February 6th, with the first points race being the 2010 Daytona 500 to be held on February 14th.

Date Race Length Site Time(US ET*)
2/6 Budweiser Shootout Segment 1: 25 Laps;62.5 miles (100.6 km);

Segment 2: 50 Laps;

125 miles (201 km)

Daytona International Speedway 8 PM
2/11 Gatorade Duels Two races;each 60 Laps

150 miles (240 km)

Daytona International Speedway 1 PM
2/14 Daytona 500 200 Laps500 miles (800 km) Daytona International Speedway 1 PM
2/21 Auto Club 500 250 Laps500 miles (800 km) Auto Club Speedway 3 PM
2/28 Shelby 427 285 Laps427.5 miles (688.0 km) Las Vegas Motor Speedway 3 PM
3/7 Kobalt Tools 500 325 laps501 miles (806 km) Atlanta Motor Speedway 1 PM
3/21 Food City 500 500 Laps266.5 miles (428.9 km) Bristol Motor Speedway 1 PM
3/28 Goody’s Fast Relief 500 500 Laps263 miles (423 km) Martinsville Speedway 1 PM
4/10 Subway Fresh Fit 500 312 Laps500 kilometres (310 mi) Phoenix International Raceway 7:30 PM
4/18 Samsung 500 334 Laps501 miles (806 km) Texas Motor Speedway 1 PM
4/25 Aaron’s 499 188 Laps500.8 miles (806.0 km) Talladega Superspeedway 1 PM
5/2 Crown Royal Presents the Your Name Here 400 400 Laps300 miles (480 km) Richmond International Raceway 7:30 PM
5/8 Southern 500 presented by GoDaddy.com 367 Laps501.322 miles (806.800 km) Darlington Raceway 7:30 PM
5/16 Autism Speaks 400 400 Laps400 miles (640 km) Dover International Speedway 1 PM
5/22 NASCAR Sprint Shootout and All-Star Race XXVI Shootout: Two 20 Lap 30 miles (48 km) segments;All-Star Race: Four segments: 50 laps 75 miles (121 km) with mandatory 4- tire pit stop; two 20 laps 30 miles (48 km); final 10 15 miles (24 km) green flag laps. Lowe’s Motor Speedway 7:30 PM
5/30 Coca-Cola 600 400 Laps600 miles (970 km) Lowe’s Motor Speedway 5:45 PM
6/6 Pocono 500 200 Laps500 miles (800 km) Pocono Raceway 1 PM
6/13 Lifelock 400 200 Laps400 miles (640 km) Michigan International Speedway 1 PM
6/20 Toyota/Save Mart 350 110 Laps350 kilometres (220 mi) Infineon Raceway 3 PM
6/27 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 301 Laps318.458 miles (512.508 km) New Hampshire Motor Speedway 1 PM
7/3 Coke Zero 400 160 Laps400 miles (640 km) Daytona International Speedway 7:30 PM
7/10 LifeLock.com 400 267 laps400.5 miles (644.5 km) Chicagoland Speedway 7:30 PM
7/25 Allstate 400 at the Brickyard 160 Laps400 miles (640 km) Indianapolis Motor Speedway 1 PM
8/1 Sunoco American Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 200 Laps500 miles (800 km) Pocono Raceway 1 PM
8/8 Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The Glen 90 laps220.5 miles (354.9 km) Watkins Glen International 1 PM
8/15 CARFAX 400 200 Laps400 miles (640 km) Michigan International Speedway 1 PM
8/21 Sharpie 500 500 Laps266.5 miles (428.9 km) Bristol Motor Speedway 7:30 PM
9/5 Pep Boys Auto 500 325 Laps500.5 miles (805.5 km) Atlanta Motor Speedway 7:30 PM
9/11 Chevy Rock & Roll 400 400 Laps300 miles (480 km) Richmond International Raceway 7:30 PM
9/19 Sylvania 300 300 Laps317.4 miles (510.8 km) New Hampshire Motor Speedway 1 PM
9/26 AAA 400 400 Laps400 miles (640 km) Dover International Speedway 1 PM
10/3 Price Chopper 400 267 Laps400.5 miles (644.5 km) Kansas Speedway 1 PM
10/10 Pepsi 500 250 Laps500 miles (800 km) Auto Club Speedway 3 PM
10/16 NASCAR Banking 500 only from Bank of America 334 Laps501 miles (806 km) Lowe’s Motor Speedway 7:30 PM
10/24 TUMS Fast Relief 500 500 Laps263 miles (423 km) Martinsville Speedway 1 PM
10/31 AMP Energy 500 188 Laps500.8 miles (806.0 km) Talladega Superspeedway 1 PM
11/7 Dickies 500 334 Laps501 miles (806 km) Texas Motor Speedway 1 PM
11/14 Checker O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 312 Laps310 miles (500 km) Phoenix International Raceway 3 PM
11/21 Ford 400 267 Laps400.5 miles (644.5 km) Homestead Miami Speedway 1 PM

2010 Nascar Nationwide Series Schedule

The NASCAR Nationwide 2010 Series (35 races) will begin at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida on February 13th.

Date Race Distance Site Time(US ET)
2/13 Camping World 300 120 Laps300 miles (480 km) Daytona International Speedway TBA
2/20 Stater Bros 300 150 Laps300 miles (480 km) Auto Club Speedway TBA
2/27 Sam’s Town 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Las Vegas Motor Speedway TBA
3/20 Scotts Turf Builder 300 300 Laps159.9 miles (257.3 km) Bristol Motor Speedway TBA
4/3 Nationwide Series 300 225 Laps300 miles (480 km) Nashville Superspeedway TBA
4/9 Bashas Supermarkets 200 200 Laps200 miles (320 km) Phoenix International Raceway TBA
4/18 O’Rielly 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Texas Motor Speedway TBA
4/24 Aaron’s 312 117 Laps311.22 miles (500.86 km) Talladega Superspeedway TBA
4/30 Lipton Tea 250 250 Laps187.5 miles (301.8 km) Richmond International Raceway TBA
5/7 Diamond Hill Plywood 200 147 Laps200.8 miles (323.2 km) Darlington Raceway TBA
5/15 Heluva Good! 200 200 Laps200 miles (320 km) Dover International Speedway TBA
5/29 CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Charlotte Motor Speedway TBA
6/5 Federated Auto Parts 300 225 Laps300 miles (480 km) Nashville Superspeedway TBA
6/12 Meijer 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Kentucky Speedway TBA
6/19 NorthernTool.com 250 250 Laps250 miles (400 km) The Milwaukee Mile TBA
6/26 Camping World RV Sales 200 200 Laps211.6 miles (340.5 km) New Hampshire Motor Speedway TBA
7/2 Subway Jalapeno 250 Powered by Coca-Cola 100 Laps250 miles (400 km) Daytona International Speedway TBA
7/9 Dollar General 300 200 laps300 miles (480 km) Chicagoland Speedway TBA
7/17 Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers 250 200 Laps250 miles (400 km) Gateway International Speedway TBA
7/24 Kroger 200 200 Laps137.2 miles (220.8 km) O’Reilly Raceway Park TBA
7/31 US Cellular 250 250 laps218.75 miles (352.04 km) Iowa Speedway TBA
8/7 Zippo 200 82 Laps200.9 miles (323.3 km) Watkins Glen International TBA
8/14 CARFAX 250 125 Laps250 miles (400 km) Michigan International Speedway TBA
8/20 Food City 250 250 Laps133.5 miles (214.8 km) Bristol Motor Speedway TBA
8/29 NAPA Auto Parts 200 74 Laps200.466 miles (322.619 km) Circuit Gilles Villeneuve TBA
9/4 Degree V12 300 195 Laps300.3 miles (483.3 km) Atlanta Motor Speedway TBA
9/10 Virginia 529 College Savings 250 250 Laps187.5 miles (301.8 km) Richmond International Raceway TBA
9/25 Dover 200 200 Laps200 miles (320 km) Dover International Speedway TBA
10/2 Kansas Lottery 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Kansas Speedway TBA
10/9 Copart 300 150 Laps300 miles (480 km) Auto Club Speedway TBA
10/15 Dollar General 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Charlotte Motor Speedway TBA
10/23 TBA 250 200 Laps250 miles (400 km) Gateway International Raceway TBA
11/6 O’Reilly Challenge 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Texas Motor Speedway TBA
11/13 Able Body Labor 200 200 Laps200 miles (320 km) Phoenix International Raceway TBA
11/20 Ford 300 200 Laps300 miles (480 km) Homestead Miami Speedway TBA

2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule

The NASCAR Camping World Truck 2010 Series (16th season) will start on February 12th, 2010 at Daytona International Speedway.

Date Venue
February 12 Daytona International Speedway
March 6 Atlanta Motor Speedway
March 27 Martinsville Speedway
May 2 Kansas Speedway
May 14 Dover International Speedway
May 21 Lowe’s Motor Speedway
June 4 Texas Motor Speedway
June 12 Michigan International Speedway
June 18 The Milwaukee Mile
June 26 Memphis Motorsports Park
July 11 Iowa Speedway
July 16 Gateway International Raceway
July 23 O’Reilly Raceway Park
July 31 Pocono Raceway
August 7 Nashville Superspeedway
August 18 Bristol Motor Speedway
August 27 Chicagoland Speedway
September 3 Kentucky Speedway
September 18 New Hampshire Motor Speedway
September 25 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
October 23 Martinsville Speedway
October 30 Talladega Superspeedway
November 5 Texas Motor Speedway
November 12 Phoenix International Raceway
November 19 Homestead-Miami Speedway

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