To relieve the NASCAR previews a little and get rid of quotes, here is an overview of all speedways and circular routes which are traveled by the Sprint Cup during the season. Insofar as it was possible to find and prepare enough information is found next to the track characteristics and the history of each line in an article. This list is constantly being expanded and updated whenever new information becomes available. There is no claim to be complete ...

International Speedway Corporation

Auto Club Speedway (2 miles, Intermediate, D-shaped)
Chicagoland Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, Trioval)
Darlington Raceway (1.366 miles, Intermediate, Egg-shaped)
Daytona International Speedway (2.5 miles, Super Speedway, Trioval)
Homestead-Miami Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, 2x 180 °-turns)
Kansas Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, Trioval)
Martinsville Speedway (0.526 miles, short track, 2x 180 °-turns)
Michigan International Speedway (2 miles, Intermediate, D-shaped)
Phoenix International Raceway (1 mile, Intermediate / Short Track, Unique)
Richmond International Raceway (0.75 miles, Short Track, D-shaped)
Talladega Superspeedway (2.66 miles, Super Speedway, Trioval)
Watkins Glen International (3.4 miles, Road Course)

Speedway Motorsports Inc.

Atlanta Motor Speedway (1.54 miles, Intermediate, Quad Oval)
Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533 miles, short track, 2x 180 °-turns)
Charlotte Motor Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, Quad Oval)
New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1 mile, short track, 2x 180 °-turns)
Kentucky Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, Trioval)
Las Vegas Motor Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, D-shaped)
Sonoma Raceway (2.52 miles, Road Course)
Texas Motor Speedway (1.5 miles, Intermediate, Quad Oval)

Independent routes

Dover International Speedway (1 mile, short track, 2x 180 °-turns)
Indianapolis Motor Speedway (2.5 miles, Intermediate / Super Speedway, Rectangular)
Pocono Raceway (2.5 miles, Intermediate / Super Speedway, Unique)

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