New NASCAR Schedule Rocks for Darlington Fans!

The new NASCAR race schedule is out and it seems to be a huge win for fans of Darlington. The track will get back it's famed Labor Day weekend race which has been hosted by Atlanta Motor Speedway for the last eleven years. On the downside... Atlanta has been moved to March 1st!

If you live in the South you know that March 1st weather can be a combination of snow, sleet, rain, heat, rain again, humid, and flurries with a possibility of tornadoes! Thank goodness Atlanta has never suffered from a "SHARKnado!"

So, Atlanta won't have to fight UGA or GA Tech football for ticket sales anymore but they will have to fight the weather! The complete Race Schedule with tweaks to several events can be found on the NASCAR fan website .

But just in case you didn't feel like clicking the link I posted the complete NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race schedule below.

  • Feb. 14: Daytona International Speedway (Sprint Unlimited exhibition race) (FOX)
  • Feb 15: Daytona International Speedway (Daytona 500 qualifying) (FOX)
  • Feb. 19: Daytona International Speedway (Duels) (FOX Sports 1)
  • Feb. 22: Daytona International Speedway (Daytona 500) (FOX)
  • March 1: Atlanta Motor Speedway (FOX)
  • March 8: Las Vegas Motor Speedway (FOX)
  • March 15: Phoenix International Raceway (FOX)
  • March 22: Auto Club Speedway (FOX)
  • March 29: Martinsville Speedway (FOX)
  • April 5: OFF
  • April 11: Texas Motor Speedway (FOX)
  • April 19: Bristol Motor Speedway (FOX)
  • April 25: Richmond International Raceway (FOX Sports 1)
  • May 3: Talladega Superspeedway (FOX)
  • May 9: Kansas Speedway (FOX Sports 1)
  • May 16: Charlotte Motor Speedway (All-Star Race) (FOX Sports 1)
  • May 24: Charlotte Motor Speedway (Coca-Cola 600) (FOX)
  • May 31: Dover International Speedway (FOX Sports 1)
  • June 7: Pocono Raceway (FOX Sports 1)
  • June 14: Michigan International Speedway (FOX Sports 1)
  • June 21: OFF
  • June 28: Sonoma Raceway (FOX Sports 1)
  • July 5: Daytona International Speedway (NBC)
  • July 11: Kentucky Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • July 19: New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • July 26: Indianapolis Motor Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Aug. 2: Pocono Raceway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Aug. 9: Watkins Glen International (NBC Sports Network)
  • Aug. 16: Michigan International Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Aug. 22: Bristol Motor Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Aug. 30: OFF
  • Sept. 6: Darlington Raceway (NBC)
  • Sept. 12: Richmond International Raceway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Sept. 20: Chicagoland Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Sept. 27: New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Oct. 4: Dover International Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Oct. 10: Charlotte Motor Speedway (NBC)
  • Oct. 18: Kansas Speedway (NBC)
  • Oct. 25: Talladega Superspeedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Nov. 1: Martinsville Speedway (NBC Sports Network)
  • Nov. 8: Texas Motor Speedway (NBC)
  • Nov. 15: Phoenix International Raceway (NBC)
  • Nov. 22: Homestead-Miami Speedway (NBC) 

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