Nationwide Series schedule released, cut to 33 events in 2012 The 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule will consist of 33 races, down one from the 34-race schedule in 2011.
NASCAR released the schedule Wednesday. All of the changes had been previously announced:
• Nashville Superspeedway, which had two races this year, opted not to have any NASCAR races in 2012.
• Kentucky Speedway gets one of the Nashville dates.
• The Indianapolis race has moved from Lucas Oil Raceway to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The race at Montreal is back on the schedule after months of speculation that it might be dropped after the promoter did not get financial incentives from the government to market the race.
February 25 Daytona International Speedway March 3 Phoenix International Raceway March 10 Las Vegas Motor Speedway March 17 Bristol Motor Speedway March 24 Auto Club (Calif.) Speedway April 13 Texas Motor Speedway April 27 Richmond International Raceway May 5 Talladega Superspeedway May 11 Darlington Raceway May 20 Iowa Speedway May 26 Charlotte Motor Speedway June 2 Dover International Speedway June 16 Michigan International Speedway June 23 Road America June 29 Kentucky Speedway July 6 Daytona International Speedway July 14 New Hampshire Motor Speedway July 22 Chicagoland Speedway July 28 Indianapolis Motor Speedway August 4 Iowa Speedway August 11 Watkins Glen International August 18 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (Montreal) August 24 Bristol Motor Speedway September 1 Atlanta Motor Speedway September 7 Richmond International Raceway September 15 Chicagoland Speedway September 22 Kentucky Speedway September 29 Dover International Speedway October 12 Charlotte Motor Speedway October 20 Kansas Speedway November 3 Texas Motor Speedway November 10 Phoenix International Raceway November 17 Homestead-Miami Speedway
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