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NASCAR announces racing schedule through August 2nd

NASCAR returned to action at Darlington Raceway on May 17th, and has slowly rolled out more of its schedule. This week, the organization unveiled the next stage of their return, with a calendar of races through August 2nd.

A general view of the crowd during the IndyCar Series - ABC Supply 500 on August 18, 2019 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

NASCAR restarted its 2020 season in May, and has been chugging along with stops in Darlington, Charlotte, and Bristol. This weekend, the Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Truck Series will move on to Atlanta for a weekend of racing.

As the season has moved along, NASCAR has unveiled new stages of scheduling. Last month, the organization rolled out the schedule through their June 20-21 trip to Talladega. This week, NASCAR rolled out its schedule through an August 2nd Cup Series race in New Hampshire.

The newly released schedule includes stops at Pocono, Indianapolis, Kentucky, Charlotte, Texas, Kansas, and New Hampshire. The first month of racing featured back-to-back Cup doubleheaders in Darlington and Charlotte, but they are cutting back on that as they move forward. There will be two straight days of Cup Series races at Pocono Raceway and two straight days of Xfinity Series races at Kentucky Speedway, but otherwise it’s one race in each stop.

Here’s the full NASCAR Cup Series schedule through August 2nd:

June 7: Atlanta, 500 miles
June 10: Martinsville, 263 miles
June 14: Miami-Homestead, 400 miles
June 21: Talladega, 500 miles
June 27: Pocono, 325 miles
June 28: Pocono, 350 miles
July 5: Indianapolis, 400 miles
July 12: Kentucky, 400 miles
July 15: Charlotte, All-Star Open
July 15: Charlotte, All-Star Race
July 19: Texas, 501 miles
July 23: Kansas, 400 miles
Aug 2: New Hampshire, 318 miles

Here’s the full NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule through August 2nd:

June 13: Miami-Homestead, 250 miles
June 14: Miami-Homestead, 250 miles
June 20: Talladega, 300 miles
June 28: Pocono, 225 miles
July 4: Indianapolis, 151 miles
July 9: Kentucky, 200 miles
July 10: Kentucky, 300 miles
July 18: Texas, 300 miles
July 25: Kansas, 250 miles

Here’s the full NASCAR Gander Trucks Series schedule through August 2nd:

June 13: Miami-Homestead, 201 miles
June 27: Pocono, 150 miles
July 11: Kentucky, 225 miles
July 18: Texas, 250 miles
July 25: Kansas, 200 miles