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NASCAR: Race Track List

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See below for a list of race tracks used by NASCAR Sprint Cup racing. Under each track is the length of the track, the location (city in parenthesis), and the number of seats. You can see that the types of tracks vary from .5 mile to 2.5 mile ovals to road tracks. They also sit a very different number of fans from just over 40,000 seats to over 250,000 seats at Indy.

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Auto Club Speedway Bristol Motor Speedway Charlotte Motor Speedway Chicagoland Speedway Darlington Raceway Daytona International Speedway Dover International Speedway Homestead-Miami Speedway Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Infineon Raceway Kansas Speedway Kentucky Speedway Las Vegas Motor Speedway Martinsville Speedway Michigan International Speedway New Hampshire Motor Speedway Phoenix International Raceway Pocono Raceway Richmond International Raceway Talladega Superspeedway Texas Motor Speedway
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