Nascar Race Schedule Charlotte And Their Plan Of Action

Nascar Race Schedule Charlotte

Now, Nascar has finally got into action following a lockdown that happened due to the coronavirus outbreak. There are two races for which the NASCAR is scheduled. This action is the first since the cup series race at phoenix raceway on Sunday, March 8. Let us know about the Nascar Race Schedule Charlotte in some detail in this article.

The Two Schedule

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There are two scheduled races for Nascar, one 1.366-mile (2.198-kilometer) oval, at the four turns in Darlington, South Carolina, this Sunday. And then on Wednesday, May 20, the NASCAR race is scheduled to move to Charlotte Motor Speedway for two more races, including the originally scheduled coco-cola 600 on Sunday.

Further, the four-turn, 1.5-mile (2.414-kilometer) oval in Concord, North Carolina, is scheduled to host a second race, the Alsco Uniforms 500, on Wednesday.

However, the schedule for 2020 is only confirmed through Sunday, June 21. Further, Nascar has made it clear that it still plans to run 36 cup series races this year.

The Qualifying Manner

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However, due to this epidemic, the qualifying will not be conducted in the usual manner. So people might be wondering as to how NASCAR will do it, especially on a short weekend.

Well, the starting line up for the first race that was originally scheduled 400-lap race. It is now slated to be set by a qualifying session: the first cup series qualifying session since Saturday, March 7. The report also suggests that qualifying sessions are scheduled to be held earlier in the day on race day, beginning at 2:00 p.m.ET, with live TV coverage provided by Fox Sports 1.

Further, the second race’s starting lineup is the same way the second race at Darlington Raceway was set. Further, the drivers who get in the top 20 during the first race are set to start in the top 20 for the second race, but in reverse order. Thus, the race winner will start in 20th place, whereas the 20th place person will start the race from the pole position.

However, the drivers who finish outside of the top 20 positions in the first race will start the second race so that the 21st place driver will start in the 21st position. Further, if there are any new entries, they will be placed to the rear of the field.

Moreover, these two races will have a live broadcast from Charlotte Motor Speedway on Fox beginning at 6:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 24, and on Fox Sports 1 beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 27.


This shows that we cannot lock ourselves in our homes forever. No matter what the scenario is, we all have to move on with our lives. However, keeping the pandemic in our minds, we need to become extra careful of our habits. Further, we should follow all the safety measures to keep ourselves safe. Also, since this race is happening now, you must view it because we know how much you have missed it. But do follow the safety precautions.

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