The 2021 NASCAR Camping Truck Series schedule has been declared with two new dirt track events includes Bristol Motor Speedway and the most popular sprint car track Knoxville Raceway.
Knoxville and Bristol are taking over the mud-slinging from Eldora Speedway, it declared yesterday that it is not on the schedule.
Eldora’s Dirt Derby was operated from 2013 to 2019 and canceled in 2020 due to the restrictions of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It was the only NASCAR national series that was played in the dirt before.
The 2021 Camping World truck schedule includes new venues such as Nashville Superspeedway, Circuit of the Americas (Austin, Texas), and Watkins Glen International.
From 2001-11 series was held at Nashville Superspeedway and from 1996-2000 at the Glen.
In 2020 World Wide Technology Raceway outside St. Louis originally was scheduled before the pandemic, but in 2021 it will play in the playoffs.
The seven-elimination races will take place at Bristol and Martinsville Speedway, and the season will end with the championship race, which will play at Phoenix Raceway on 5 November.
NASCAR vice president of racing development Ben Kennedy said in a release, every season, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series provides the most exciting and interesting racing events in all racing fields. Here you can watch NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 2021 full schedule live streaming with high-quality video and sound on your PC, laptop, and other smart devices worldwide.