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NASCAR Releases 2023 Schedules for Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Craftsman Truck Series

 

2023 NASCAR Cup Series Schedule, 2023 NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule, 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Schedule, 2023 NASCAR schedule
NASCAR officially released the 2023 NASCAR Cup, NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedules on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images

On Wednesday, NASCAR released the 2023 schedules for the NASCAR National Series (NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Craftsman Truck Series). The only changes to the NASCAR Cup Series schedule are the ones that have already been previously announced (Chicago Street Course and North Wilkesboro All-Star Race).

Texas Motor Speedway, as expected, will only carry one race on the schedule as it was replaced as the All-Star Race venue by North Wilkesboro.

The season will once again kick off with the exhibition event the Busch Light Clash at the LA Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, February 5th. The NASCAR Cup Series regular season will get underway with the Daytona 500 on Sunday, February 19th.

Here is the complete 2023 NASCAR Cup Series schedule:

RaceDayDateTrack
SundayFebruary 5LA Memorial Coliseum
DuelsThursdayFebruary 16Daytona International Speedway
1SundayFebruary 19Daytona International Speedway
2SundayFebruary 26Auto Club Speedway
3SundayMarch 5Las Vegas Motor Speedway
4SundayMarch 12Phoenix Raceway
5SundayMarch 19Atlanta Motor Speedway
6SundayMarch 26Circuit of the Americas
7SundayApril 2Richmond Raceway
8SundayApril 9Bristol Motor Speedway (Dirt)
9SundayApril 16Martinsville Speedway
10SundayApril 23Talladega Superspeedway
11SundayApril 30Dover International Speedway
12SundayMay 6Kansas Speedway
13SundayMay 14Darlington Raceway
SundayMay 21North Wilkesboro Speedway
14SundayMay 28Charlotte Motor Speedway
15SundayJune 4WWT Raceway at Gateway
16SundayJune 11Sonoma Raceway
17SundayJune 25Nashville Superspeedway
18SundayJuly 2Chicago Street Course
19SundayJuly 9Atlanta Motor Speedway
20SundayJuly 16New Hampshire Motor Speedway
21SundayJuly 23Pocono Raceway
22SundayJuly 30Richmond Raceway
23SundayAugust 6Michigan International Speedway
24SundayAugust 13Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course
25SundayAugust 20Watkins Glen International
26SaturdayAugust 26Daytona International Speedway
PLAYOFFSBEGIN
27SundaySeptember 3Darlington Raceway
28SundaySeptember 10Kansas Speedway
29SaturdaySeptember 16Bristol Motor Speedway
30SundaySeptember 24Texas Motor Speedway
31SundayOctober 1Talladega Superspeedway
32SundayOctober 8Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval
33SundayOctober 15Las Vegas Motor Speedway
34SundayOctober 22Homestead-Miami Speedway
35SundayOctober 29Martinsville Speedway
36SundayNovember 5Phoenix Raceway (Championship)

For the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the schedule will look very road-heavy as the Series will boast eight road courses in 2023.

Circuit of the Americas, Portland International Raceway, Road America, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course, Watkins Glen and the Charlotte Roval all return to the schedule, while Sonoma Raceway and the Chicago Street Course will also be included.

Here is the complete 2023 NASCAR Xfinity Series Schedule:

RaceDayDateTrack
1SaturdayFebruary 18Daytona International Speedway
2SaturdayFebruary 25Auto Club Speedway
3SaturdayMarch 4Las Vegas Motor Speedway
4SaturdayMarch 11Phoenix Raceway
5SaturdayMarch 18Atlanta Motor Speedway
6SaturdayMarch 25Circuit of the Americas
7SaturdayApril 1Richmond Raceway
8SaturdayApril 15Martinsville Speedway
9SaturdayApril 22Talladega Superspeedway
10SaturdayApril 29Dover International Speedway
11SaturdayMay 13Darlington Raceway
12SaturdayMay 27Charlotte Motor Speedway
13SaturdayJune 3Portland International Raceway
14SaturdayJune 10Sonoma Raceway
15SaturdayJune 24Nashville Superspeedway
16SaturdayJuly 1Chicago Street Course
17SaturdayJuly 8Atlanta Motor Speedway
18SaturdayJuly 15New Hampshire Motor Speedway
19SaturdayJuly 22Pocono Raceway
20SaturdayJuly 29Road America
21SaturdayAugust 5Michigan International Speedway
22SaturdayAugust 12Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course
23SaturdayAugust 19Watkins Glen International
24FridayAugust 25Daytona International Speedway
25SaturdaySeptember 2Darlington Raceway
26SaturdaySeptember 9Kansas Speedway
PLAYOFFSBEGIN
27FridaySeptember 15Bristol Motor Speedway
28SaturdaySeptember 23Texas Motor Speedway
29SaturdayOctober 7Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval
30SaturdayOctober 14Las Vegas Motor Speedway
31SaturdayOctober 21Homestead-Miami Speedway
32SaturdayOctober 28Martinsville Speedway
33SaturdayNovember 4Phoenix Raceway (Championship)

The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series will see some changes to the schedule as well, as Bristol Motor Speedway in April will serve as the only dirt race on the schedule.

The Milwaukee Mile will be added to the schedule, and the Truck Series will go to North Wilkesboro Speedway to accompany the NASCAR Cup Series during the All-Star Race Weekend.

Here is the complete 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Schedule:

RaceDayDateTrack
1FridayFebruary 17Daytona International Speedway
2FridayMarch 3Las Vegas Motor Speedway
3SaturdayMarch 18Atlanta Motor Speedway
4SaturdayMarch 25Circuit of the Americas
5SaturdayApril 1Texas Motor Speedway
6SaturdayApril 8Bristol Motor Speedway (Dirt)
7FridayApril 14Martinsville Speedway
8SaturdayMay 6Kansas Speedway
9FridayMay 12Darlington Raceway
10SaturdayMay 20North Wilkesboro Speedway
11FridayMay 26Charlotte Motor Speedway
12SaturdayJune 3WWT Raceway at Gateway
13FridayJune 23Nashville Superspeedway
14SaturdayJuly 8Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
15SaturdayJuly 22Pocono Raceway
16SaturdayJuly 29Richmond Raceway
PLAYOFFSBEGIN
17FridayAugust 11Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park
18SundayAugust 27The Milwaukee Mile
19FridaySeptember 8Kansas Speedway
20ThursdaySeptember 14Bristol Motor Speedway
21SaturdaySeptember 30Talladega Superspeedway
22SaturdayOctober 21Homestead-Miami Speedway
23FridayNovember 3Phoenix Raceway (Championship)
Toby Christie
Toby Christiehttps://tobychristie.com
Toby is the Founder, and Editor-in-Chief of TobyChristie.com. Toby is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, he is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award-winning writer, and has followed the sport as a fan since 1993.

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