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2020 NASCAR SCHEDULE -- WOW
« on: March 27, 2019, 12:25:50 PM »
I don't like change too much so you can guess how I feel about this schedule -- WTF

Sunday, Feb. 9 The Clash
Thursday, Feb. 13 Duels at Daytona
Sunday, Feb. 16 Daytona 500
Sunday, Feb. 23 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday, March 1 Auto Club Speedway
Sunday, March 8 ISM Raceway
Sunday, March 15 Atlanta Motor Speedway
Sunday, March 22 Homestead-Miami Speedway
Sunday, March 29 Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, April 5 Bristol Motor Speedway
Sunday, April 12 OFF
Sunday, April 19 Richmond Raceway
Sunday, April 26 Talladega Superspeedway
Sunday, May 3 Dover International Speedway
Saturday, May 9 Martinsville Speedway
Saturday, May 16 All-Star Race at Charlotte
Sunday, May 24 Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, May 31 Kansas Speedway
Sunday, June 7 Michigan International Speedway
Sunday, June 14 Sonoma Raceway
Sunday, June 21 Chicagoland Speedway
Saturday, June 27 Pocono Raceway
Sunday, June 28 Pocono Raceway
Sunday, July 5 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Saturday, July 11 Kentucky Speedway
Sunday, July 19 New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Sunday, July 26 OFF
Sunday, Aug. 2 OFF
Sunday, Aug. 9 Michigan International Speedway
Sunday, Aug. 16 Watkins Glen International
Sunday, Aug. 23 Dover International Speedway
Saturday, Aug. 29 Daytona International Speedway
Sunday, Sept. 6 Darlington Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 12 Richmond Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 19 Bristol Motor Speedway
Sunday, Sept. 27 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 4 Talladega Superspeedway
Sunday, Oct. 11 Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 18 Kansas Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 25 Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, Nov. 1 Martinsville Speedway
Sunday, Nov. 8 ISM Raceway

Pocono, Daytona, Bristol, ISM ????  How did these tracks agree ??

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Re: 2020 NASCAR SCHEDULE -- WOW
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2019, 02:26:45 PM »
After watching Keselowski lead 446 of 500 laps this past Sunday at Martinsville, I have come to the conclusion that NA$CAR can change the schedule all they want, Dancing with the Stars is probably going to be more exciting to watch.

I'll be interested to see what Pissano has to say about the changes as he now has a direct connection to the France family since his visit to Daytona this past February.

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Re: 2020 NASCAR SCHEDULE -- WOW
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2019, 03:46:52 PM »
I don't like change too much so you can guess how I feel about this schedule -- WTF

Sunday, Feb. 9 The Clash
Thursday, Feb. 13 Duels at Daytona
Sunday, Feb. 16 Daytona 500
Sunday, Feb. 23 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday, March 1 Auto Club Speedway
Sunday, March 8 ISM Raceway
Sunday, March 15 Atlanta Motor Speedway
Sunday, March 22 Homestead-Miami Speedway
Sunday, March 29 Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, April 5 Bristol Motor Speedway
Sunday, April 12 OFF
Sunday, April 19 Richmond Raceway
Sunday, April 26 Talladega Superspeedway
Sunday, May 3 Dover International Speedway
Saturday, May 9 Martinsville Speedway
Saturday, May 16 All-Star Race at Charlotte
Sunday, May 24 Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, May 31 Kansas Speedway
Sunday, June 7 Michigan International Speedway
Sunday, June 14 Sonoma Raceway
Sunday, June 21 Chicagoland Speedway
Saturday, June 27 Pocono Raceway
Sunday, June 28 Pocono Raceway
Sunday, July 5 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Saturday, July 11 Kentucky Speedway
Sunday, July 19 New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Sunday, July 26 OFF
Sunday, Aug. 2 OFF
Sunday, Aug. 9 Michigan International Speedway
Sunday, Aug. 16 Watkins Glen International
Sunday, Aug. 23 Dover International Speedway
Saturday, Aug. 29 Daytona International Speedway
Sunday, Sept. 6 Darlington Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 12 Richmond Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 19 Bristol Motor Speedway
Sunday, Sept. 27 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 4 Talladega Superspeedway
Sunday, Oct. 11 Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 18 Kansas Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 25 Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, Nov. 1 Martinsville Speedway
Sunday, Nov. 8 ISM Raceway

Pocono, Daytona, Bristol, ISM ????  How did these tracks agree ??

The answer for Daytona and ISM is easy:  they are both owned by ISC and therefore work together...Bristol is also a mystery to me for this!  I'm not too sure about Pocono--supposedly, it is "independent"; but there are those who believe there's a strong connection to ISC (NASCAR).  Wait until the 2021 season schedule is announced.  I'm not too sure of this either but I believe NASCAR's "contracts" with ALL tracks (whether owned by ISC, Bruton Smith or independents) expire before that season starts.  The TV contracts will have a stake as well, so many people expect wholesale changes as that time gets closer!   Homestead-Miami Speedway is also part of ISC and I'm surprised it lost the season finale and moved it's date to March!
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Re: 2020 NASCAR SCHEDULE -- WOW
« Reply #3 on: March 28, 2019, 10:49:48 AM »
Moving the dates around the way they did are a bit confusing to me as how it will create a "better " race season. I think the big question is how the teams are going to deal with the "ONE" Pocono weekend. How many cars to bring ?  Extra cars or spend the night changing out everything on the one car ?  How many miles on one motor for the weekend ?  Is there a penalty for a swap ??  lots and lots of questions.  For fans... what will ticket prices be for one race or two races ..... ?????   QUESTIONS, QUESTIONS and MORE QUESTIONS.

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Re: 2020 NASCAR SCHEDULE -- WOW
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2019, 11:57:53 AM »
pitslug - are you saying that they shouldn't have changed anything?  If you disagree with that statement - what would you have liked to see.

Paz is correct - 2021 is actually the bigger deal looming because of the contracts expiring with the tracks.  In that regard I think it is smart to feel some things out and test them out before looking at potentially even larger changes for 2021. 

Saw somewhere that Pocono will essentially charge a "Sunday price" for both days, but that there will be multiple support divisions (Xfinity, Truck, ARCA).

Also - don't forget that NASCAR is creating the 2 week break this year to coincide with staying true to their broadcast partner who will be tied up with the Olympics.

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Re: 2020 NASCAR SCHEDULE -- WOW
« Reply #5 on: March 29, 2019, 12:24:27 PM »
Seems from a travel standpoint it would have been better to put the spring Texas race after ISM and then go to Atlanta/Miami/Bristol.

Charlotte/Kansas/Michigan/Sonoma could have been routed a bit better as well.
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