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2016 NASCAR series schedules

Date Sprint Cup (races Sunday unless noted) Xfinity (races Saturday unless noted) Trucks (races Friday unless noted)
Friday-Sunday Daytona, 1 , Ch. 13 Daytona, 3:30, FS1 Daytona, 7:30, FS1
Feb. 27-28 Atlanta, 1 , Ch. 13 Atlanta, 1:30, FS1 Atlanta, 4:30, FS1 (Saturday)
March 4-6 Las Vegas, 3:30 , Ch. 13 Las Vegas, 4, FS1
March 11-13 Phoenix, 3:30 , Ch. 13 Phoenix, 2;30, Ch. 13
March 18-20 Fontana, 3:30 , Ch. 13 Fontana, 4, FS1
April 2-3 Martinsville, 1, FS1 Martinsville, 2:30, FS1 (Saturday)
April 7-9 Fort Worth, 7:30 , Ch. 13 (Saturday) Fort Worth, 8:30, FS1 (Friday)
April 15-17 Bristol, 1 , Ch. 13 Bristol, 1:30, FS1
April 22-24 Richmond, 1 , Ch. 13 Richmond, 1:45, FS1
April 29-May 1 Talladega, 1 , Ch. 13 Talladega, 3, Ch. 13
May 6-7 Kansas, 7:30 , FS1 (Saturday) Kansas, 8:30, FS1
May 13-15 Dover, 1 , FS1 Dover, 3, Ch. 13 Dover, 5:30, FS1
May 20-21 All-Star Race, Charlotte, 7 , FS1 (Saturday) Charlotte, 8:30, FS1
May 27-29 Charlotte, 6:15 , Ch. 13 Charlotte, 2:30, FS1
June 3-5 Pocono, 1 , FS1 Pocono, 1, Ch. 13
June 10-12 Michigan, 1 , FS1 Michigan, 1:30, FS1 Fort Worth, 9, FS1
June 18-19 Iowa, 1:30, FS1 (Sunday) Iowa, 8:30, FS1 (Saturday)
June 25-26 Sonoma, 3 , FS1 Gateway, 8:30, FS1 (Saturday)
July 1-2 Daytona, 8, Ch. 8 (Saturday) Daytona, 7:30, NBCSN (Friday)
July 7-9 Kentucky, 7:45, NBCSN (Saturday) Kentucky, 8:30, NBCSN (Friday) Kentucky, 8:30, FS1 (Thursday)
July 15-17 New Hampshire, 1:30, NBCSN New Hampshire, 4, NBCSN
July 20-24 Indianapolis, 3, NBCSN Indianapolis, 4:30, NBCSN Eldora, 9, FS1 (Wednesday)
July 29-31 Pocono, 1:30, NBCSN Iowa, 8, NBCSN Pocono, 1, FS1 (Saturday)
Aug. 5-7 Watkins Glen, 2:30, USA Watkins Glen, 2, CNBC
Aug. 13 Mid-Ohio, 3:30, USA
Aug. 17-20 Bristol, 8, NBCSN (Saturday) Bristol, 7:30, USA (Friday) Bristol, 8:30, FS1 (Wednesday)
Aug. 26-28 Michigan, 2, NBCSN Road America, 3, NBCSN Michigan, 1, FS1 (Saturday)
Sept. 3-4 Darlington, 6, Ch. 8 Darlington, 3:30, Ch. 8 Bowmanville, Ontario, 2:30, FS1 (Sunday)
Sept. 9-10 Richmond, 7:30, NBCSN (Saturday) Richmond, 7:30, NBCSN (Friday)
Sept. 16-18 Chicagoland, 2:30, NBCSN Chicagoland, 3:30, Ch. 8 Chicagoland, 8:30, FS1
Sept. 24-25 New Hampshire, 2, NBCSN Kentucky, 8, NBCSN New Hampshire, 1, FS1 (Saturday)
Oct. 1-2 Dover, 2, NBCSN Dover, 3, NBCSN Las Vegas, 8:30, FS1 (Sat.)
Oct. 7-8 Charlotte, 7, Ch. 8 (Saturday) Charlotte, 8, NBCSN (Friday)
Oct. 14-16 Kansas, 2:30, Ch. 8 Kansas, 4, NBCSN
Oct. 22-23 Talladega, 2, NBCSN Talladega, 1, FS1 (Saturday)
Oct. 28-30 Martinsville, 1, NBCSN Martinsville, 1:30, FS1 (Saturday)
Nov. 4-6 Fort Worth, 2, Ch. 8 Fort Worth, 3:30, Ch. 8 Fort Worth, 8:30, FS1
Nov. 11-13 Phoenix, 2:30, Ch. 8 Phoenix, 3:30, Ch. 8 Phoenix, 8:30, FS1
Nov. 18-20 Homestead, 3, Ch. 8 Homestead, 3:30, NBCSN Homestead, 8, FS1

2016 NASCAR series schedules 02/17/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 9:04pm]
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