2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule Revealedby Kyle Pokrefky November 10, 2015 0 comments
NASCAR officially revealed the 2016 schedule for the Camping World Truck Series on Tuesday morning with only minimal changes to the schedule being revealed.
The 2016 campaign will still consist of 23 races on 21 different race tracks with no new tracks being added to the schedule and with no tracks leaving the circuit.
The minor changes made to the schedule include the moving of Dover International Speedway’s date to two weekends earlier in the schedule, Texas Motor Speedway’s first race to one weekend later, Gateway Motorsports Park’s date to two weekends later and the return of Canadian Tire Motorsports Park’s date to the Labor Day weekend.
Iowa Speedway’s lone date will remain in June, but will now serve as a companion event with the NASCAR XFINITY Series’s first of two dates at the track.
Like the Sprint Cup and XFINITY Series, sanctioning agreements have been made between NASCAR and the tracks that comprise the Camping World Truck Series schedule that will last through 2020 and keep the series at those tracks through said date.
2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule
- Friday, February 19th – Daytona International Speedway
- Saturday, February 27th – Atlanta Motor Speedway
- Saturday, April 2nd – Martinsville Speedway
- Friday, May 6th – Kansas Speedway
- Friday, May 13th – Dover International Speedway
- Friday, May 20th – Charlotte Motor Speedway
- Friday, June 10th – Texas Motor Speedway
- Saturday, June 18th – Iowa Speedway
- Saturday, June 25th – Gateway Motorsports Park
- Thursday, July 7th – Kentucky Speedway
- Wednesday, July 20th – Eldora Speedway
- Saturday, July 30th – Pocono Raceway
- Wednesday, August 17th – Bristol Motor Speedway
- Saturday, August 27th – Michigan International Speedway
- Sunday, September 4th – Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
- Friday, September 16th – Chicagoland Speedway
- Saturday, September 24th – New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- Saturday, October 1st – Las Vegas Motor Speedway
- Saturday, October 22nd – Talladega Superspeedway
- Saturday, October 29th – Martinsville Speedway
- Friday, November 4th – Texas Motor Speedway
- Friday, November 11th – Phoenix International Raceway
- Friday, November 18th – Homestead-Miami Speedway
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