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Here Is the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule

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The final piece of the 2021 NASCAR national series has fallen into place, as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series announced its 22-race schedule Nov. 19.

As with the Cup and Xfinity series schedules, the 2021 Truck circuit brings multiple changes and venue moves, including the series’ first races at Circuit of the Americas and Knoxville Raceway, plus an event on the Bristol Motor Speedway dirt track.

In addition, Watkins Glen International and Nashville Superspeedway return to the schedule.

Multiple tracks lose dates, including Eldora Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway, Dover International Speedway and Iowa Speedway.

Despite the loss of Eldora, the Truck Series will run two dirt races for the first time with the addition of Knoxville and the Bristol dirt event.

The series also sports three road courses with COTA and Watkins Glen joining Mosport.

2021 Camping World Truck Series Schedule

Feb. 12: Daytona International Speedway
Feb. 19: Homestead-Miami Speedway
March 5: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
March 20: Atlanta Motor Speedway
March 27: Bristol Motor Speedway dirt track
April 17: Richmond Raceway
May 1: Kansas Speedway
May 7: Darlington Raceway
May 22: Circuit of the Americas
May 28: Charlotte Motor Speedway
June 12: Texas Motor Speedway
June 18: Nashville Superspeedway
June 26: Pocono Raceway
July 9: Knoxville Raceway
Aug. 7: Watkins Glen International
Aug. 20: World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway
Sept. 5: Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
Sept. 16: Bristol (asphalt)
Sept. 24: Las Vegas
Oct. 2: Talladega Superspeedway
Oct. 30: Martinsville Speedway
Nov. 5: Phoenix Raceway

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Jill P

So disappointing to see Michigan off the schedule. They always had great races there.


Taking away Eldora ws a big middle finger to Stewart and Evernham over the SRX. Knoxville is cool but the fake Bristol dirt is silly. It was silly when they tried it 20 years ago.

A Different Steve

Was thinking the same thing. They already have a great dirt track on the schedule in Eldora and they take if off the schedule to go to Bristol’s fake dirt track? I can’t interpret it any other way.


NA$CAR has always been vindictive. Anyone who didn’t play by their rules was kicked out and had to kowtow and pay a lot of money to get back in.

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