This season 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series introduces two new dirt events includes Bristol Motor Speedway and the most well-known track Knoxville Raceway.
Yesterday announced that Bristol and Knoxville take over the mud-slinging from Eldora Speedway as it will not on the calendar.
Before the 2020 cancellation due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions, Eldora’s Dirt Derby was held from 2013-2019. The lone NASCAR national series event was previously held on dirt.
The 2021 NASCAR Camping Truck schedule includes new tracks Nashville Superspeedway, Circuit of the Americas (Austin, Texas), and Watkins Glen International.
From 2001-11 the series was played at Nashville Superspeedway and from 1996-2000 at the Glen.
In this 2021 season, World Wide Technology Raceway outside St. Louis will part of the playoffs, as previously it was scheduled before the Covid-19 pandemic.
The seven-race stretch includes elimination races at Bristol and Martinsville Speedway and culminates with the championship race on Nov. 5 at Phoenix Raceway.
The last seven elimination races will take place at Bristol and Martinsville Speedway, and the season finale will be held at Phoenix Raceway on 5 November 2021.
Vice president of NASCAR Ben Kennedy said in the press, The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series offers some exciting and entertaining events in all racing.
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