NASCAR announced the 2021 Cup Series schedule and launched three new tracks, increasing to six road courses and for the first time in NASCAR history placing a dirt-track race on the schedule.
In the 2021 season, NASCAR Cup Series includes 36 races. Season Opening race Daytona 500 will take place on 14 February at Daytona International Speedway and will conclude with the championship finale on 7 November at Phoenix Raceway. The shuffling of new venues and schedules are part of the dynamic changes that NASCAR officials have long hinted at.
Our main purpose is to create a 2021 schedule, we try to provide the most dynamic schedule to our fans said Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president, and chief racing development officer. With the support of NASCAR, race tracks, race teams, and our broadcast partners, we can create a 2021 schedule of races.
NASCAR President Steve Phelps told reporters at the roundtable on September 1 that as coronavirus precautions continue to change normal weekend games, the 2021 schedule may be released in stages. In a sense, tracks and other officials postponed their announcements all day before the full publication of 36 races late Wednesday afternoon.
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