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NASCAR schedule: Races today, this weekend, and how to watch

Go beyond the NASCAR schedule with the top races today, this weekend, where its happening, and how to watch the action. Updated daily!

You’ve come to the right place if you’re seeking the top NASCAR races today. You will also find the upcoming races, qualifying, TV information, and more on Sportsnaut’s NASCAR schedule.

Next NASCAR race: NASCAR Cup Series Championship

NASCAR schedule – Sunday, November 5

Here are the upcoming races for the following weekend of the NASCAR schedule.

SeriesTime (ET)TV
NASCAR Cup Series Championship (Cup)3 PMNBC
Phoenix Raceway – Avondale, AZ

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Is there a NASCAR race today?

Yes, there is a NASCAR race today. Today’s NASCAR race will take place at the Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, AZ.

NASCAR CUP Playoff Schedule

Round of 16

Sept. 3, 2023Cook Out Southern 500Darlington RacewayKyle Larson
Sept. 10, 2023Hollywood Casino 400Kansas SpeedwayTyler Reddick
Sept. 16, 2023Bass Pro Shops Night RaceBristol Motor SpeedwayDenny Hamlin

Round of 12

Sept. 24, 2023AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 400Texas Motor SpeedwayWilliam Byron
Oct. 1, 2023YellaWood 500Telladega SuperspeedwayRyan Blaney
Oct. 8, 2023Bank of America ROVAL 400Charlotte Motor Speedway AJ Allmendinger

Related: NASCAR Results – Practice, Qualifying, and Results For The Latest Races

What’s the NASCAR schedule for 2023?

There are 38 overall races on the 2023 NASCAR schedule. Only 36 races are points-paying as the other two races, the Busch Light Clash and All-Star Race, are exhibition races held by the sport. The NASCAR schedule for next year is typically released during the summer months.

NASCAR Playoff field

  • William Byron
  • Kyle Larson
  • Christopher Bell
  • Ryan Blaney

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When does the 2024 NASCAR season start?

NASCAR schedule
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The NASCAR season will commence on February 4, 2024, when the Cup Series heads off to Southern California for the Clash at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (non-points). The first official points-paying race will be Feb. 18 with the Daytona 500.

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When is the 2024 Daytona 500?

NASCAR: Daytona 500
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The Daytona 500 will on February 18, 2024, in Daytona, FL. The venue is a 2.50-mile track with a capacity of 101,500 fans. The track’s first event took place in 1959 and is commonly called by its nickname “The World Center of Racing.”