DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 12, 1999) The 2000 schedule will feature 34 NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship point events at 21 race tracks across the country and will show little change from the 1999 schedule, it was announced Tuesday by Mike...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 12, 1999) The 2000 schedule will feature 34 NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship point events at 21 race tracks across the country and will show little change from the 1999 schedule, it was announced Tuesday by Mike Helton, senior vice president and chief operating officer of NASCAR. Additionally, two non-point races, the Bud Shootout at Daytona International Speedway and The Winston at Lowe's Motor Speedway, will round out the 2000 lineup.
One minor change to the schedule for 2000 involves the spring race at Bristol Motor Speedway flip-flopping weekends with the Texas Motor Speedway event.
"We have spent the last several years building the NASCAR Winston Cup Series schedule into an extremely strong lineup," said Helton. "The schedule includes NASCAR's typical assortment of superspeedway, short-track and road course excitement."
2000 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Schedule (Tentative, Subject to Change) DATE TRACK February 13 Daytona International Speedway (Bud Shootout)* February 20 Daytona International Speedway February 27 North Carolina Speedway March 5 Las Vegas Motor Speedway March 12 Atlanta Motor Speedway March 19 Darlington Raceway March 26 Bristol Motor Speedway April 2 Texas Motor Speedway April 9 Martinsville Speedway April 16 Talladega Superspeedway April 30 California Speedway May 6 Richmond International Raceway May 20 Lowe's Motor Speedway (The Winston)* May 28 Lowe's Motor Speedway June 4 Dover Downs International Speedway June 11 Michigan Speedway June 18 Pocono Raceway June 25 Sears Point Raceway July 1 Daytona International Speedway July 9 New Hampshire International Speedway July 23 Pocono Raceway August 5 Indianapolis Motor Speedway August 13 Watkins Glen International August 20 Michigan Speedway August 26 Bristol Motor Speedway September 3 Darlington Raceway September 9 Richmond International Raceway September 17 New Hampshire International Speedway September 24 Dover Downs International Speedway October 1 Martinsville Speedway October 8 Lowe's Motor Speedway October 15 Talladega Superspeedway October 22 North Carolina Speedway November 5 Phoenix International Raceway November 12 Homestead-Miami Speedway November 19 Atlanta Motor Speedway * non-points events
Source: NASCAR Online