NASCAR announced today a full line up of events for 2021 Daytona Speedweek's leading up to the 63rd running of the Daytona 500 on February 14th.
Daytona International Speedway and the Federation of State Beef Councils announced today that the historic 40th season-opening race for the NASCAR Xfinity Series at the 2.5-mile venue will be known as the Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. 300.
Acclaimed NASCAR executive and sports marketer Jill Gregory has been named the new Executive Vice President and General Manager at Sonoma Raceway.
Phoenix Raceway will host a limited, reduced number of fans throughout the three-day event.
Metro Nashville is in talks with Bristol Motor Speedway to bring NASCAR televised racing to an improved, historic Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. Such racing could take place as soon as 2022.
Kentucky Speedway General Manager, Mark Simendinger has announced that he will be leaving his position after more than 20 years at the speedway.
"We took a hard look at both the 3.41-mile long course and the newly reconfigured 2.2-mile short course," said Speedway Motorsports President and CEO Marcus Smith.
The decision to limit fans is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and is in accordance with enhanced safety protocols and procedures to provide a safe environment for guests, NASCAR competitors, employees and the local community.
For the second consecutive year, the storied DAYTONA Road Course will play host to the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Feb. 19-21, just one week after the 63rd running of the DAYTONA 500.
Nashville Superspeedway launched its brand identity today through an introductory video as well as the newly designed NashvilleSuperSpeedway.com in preparation for NASCAR’s return to Middle Tennessee in 2021.