List of NASCAR Tracks For NASCAR Race

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This is a list of places where NASCAR races have been held from 1948 to now. NASCAR has used different types of tracks over time, like ones made just for racing (like Daytona) to places like Air Base Speedway that are a bit more unusual. Here’s a list of tracks that NASCAR is currently using for its Cup, Xfinity, and Truck Series races in the 2022 season.

List of NASCAR Tracks

Track NameLocationTrack LengthTrack Owner
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayHampton, GA1.540-mile (2.478 km)Speedway Motorsports
Auto Club SpeedwayFontana, CA2.000-mile (3.219 km)NASCAR
Bristol Motor SpeedwayBristol, TN0.533-mile (0.858 km)Speedway Motorsports
Charlotte Motor SpeedwayConcord, NC1.500-mile (2.414 km)Speedway Motorsports
Charlotte Motor Speedway Road CourseConcord, NC2.280 miles (3.669 km)Speedway Motorsports
Chicago Street CourseChicago, IL2.14 miles (3.44 km)NASCAR
Circuit of the AmericasAustin, TX3.426-mile (5.514 km)Circuit of the Americas, LLC
Darlington RacewayDarlington, SC1.366-mile (2.198 km)NASCAR
Daytona International SpeedwayDaytona Beach, FL2.500-mile (4.023 km)NASCAR
Dover Motor SpeedwayDover, DE1.000-mile (1.609 km)Speedway Motorsports
Homestead–Miami SpeedwayHomestead, FL1.502-mile (2.417 km)NASCAR
Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Road Course)Speedway, IN2.439-mile (3.925 km)Penske Entertainment Corp.
Kansas SpeedwayKansas City, KS1.500-mile (2.414 km)NASCAR
Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLas Vegas, NV1.500-mile (2.414 km)Speedway Motorsports
Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA0.25-mile (0.40 km)Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission
Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway ParkBrownsburg, IN0.686-mile (1.104 km)NHRA
Martinsville SpeedwayRidgeway, VA0.526-mile (0.847 km)NASCAR
Michigan International SpeedwayBrooklyn, MI2.000-mile (3.219 km)NASCAR
Mid-Ohio Sports Car CourseLexington, OH2.4-mile (3.9 km)Green Savoree Racing Promotions
Milwaukee MileWest Allis, WI1.015-mile (1.633 km)Wisconsin State Fair Park
Nashville SuperspeedwayLebanon, TN1.333-mile (2.145 km)Speedway Motorsports
New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayLoudon, NH1.058-mile (1.703 km)Speedway Motorsports
North Wilkesboro SpeedwayNorth Wilkesboro, NC0.625-mile (1.006 km)Speedway Motorsports
Phoenix RacewayAvondale, AZ1.000-mile (1.609 km)NASCAR
Pocono RacewayLong Pond, PA2.500-mile (4.023 km)Mattco Inc.
Portland International RacewayPortland, OR1.967-mile (3.166 km)City of Portland
Richmond RacewayRichmond, VA0.750-mile (1.207 km)NASCAR
Road AmericaElkhart Lake, WI4.048-mile (6.515 km)Road America, Inc.
Sonoma RacewaySonoma, CA1.99-mile (3.20 km)Speedway Motorsports
Talladega SuperspeedwayLincoln, AL2.660-mile (4.281 km)NASCAR
Texas Motor SpeedwayFort Worth, TX1.500-mile (2.414 km)Speedway Motorsports
Watkins Glen InternationalWatkins Glen, NY2.45-mile (3.94 km)NASCAR
World Wide Technology RacewayMadison, IL1.250-mile (2.012 km)Curtis Francois

FAQs on NASCAR Tracks List

What is the most famous NASCAR track?

Daytona International Speedway is considered the most famous NASCAR track. It’s home to the Daytona 500, which is one of the most prestigious races in NASCAR.

What is the biggest NASCAR track?

Talladega Superspeedway is the biggest NASCAR track. It’s a 2.66-mile tri-oval track located in Alabama, USA.

Which NASCAR track is the fastest?

Talladega Superspeedway is the fastest NASCAR track in terms of outright speed, as it holds the record for the fastest NASCAR race ever recorded, with a top speed of 216.309 miles per hour (347.16 kilometers per hour). However, in terms of average lap speed, the fastest track is currently Atlanta Motor Speedway, with an average lap speed of 197.478 miles per hour (317.81 kilometers per hour) set by Geoffrey Bodine in 1997.

Also read: 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Schedule and NASCAR 2023: Daytona 500 Pole Qualifying Results

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