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A look at the tentative 2016 NASCAR Truck schedule

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A look at the tentative 2016 NASCAR Truck schedule
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Oct 30, 2015, 10:53 PM

NASCAR has yet to officially release its 2016 Camping World Truck Series but Motorsport.com has obtained a copy of a tentative schedule that has been shared with many in the NASCAR industry.

According to the tentative schedule, the Truck series will feature 24 races next season – one more than 2015. The only addition to the schedule is a race at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway during the track’s new spring day race weekend next season.

Other than a few changes in race dates, the remainder of the schedule looks remarkably similar to this season’s.

There may yet be another addition to the schedule, however, as NASCAR has yet to release an official schedule while it has already released its Sprint Cup and Xfinity series schedules.

2016 tentative Camping World Truck Series schedule

Feb. 19  Daytona

Feb. 27  Atlanta

April 2  Martinsville

April 22  Richmond

May 6  Kansas

May 13  Dover

May 20  Charlotte

June 10  Texas

June 18   Iowa

June 25  Gateway

July 7  Kentucky

July 20  Eldora

July 30  Pocono

Aug. 17  Bristol

Aug. 27  Michigan

Sept. 4  Canada

Sept. 16  Chicago

Sept. 24  New Hampshire

Oct. 1  Las Vegas

Oct. 21  Talladega

Oct. 29  Martinsville

Nov. 4  Texas

Nov. 11  Phoenix

Nov. 18  Homestead

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Author Jim Utter