WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE SPEEDWAY?
I like the speedways where you GO FAST AND TURN LEFT!!!
If only it were that easy. Of course there is so much more to stock car racing then Go Fast, Turn Left. And there are so many different styles of tracks to race on. But this site will concentrate on the speedways of the NASCAR Sprint Cup series... Twenty two in all that make up the 36 official points paying races with some exhibition races that are all about winning!
Each one offers a different style of racing whether you like short track beating and bangin' or the go for broke rip it up style of racing at restrictor plate tracks like Daytona and Talladega. I have to admit that I like all kinds of NASCAR racing including road courses which drivers go fast, turn left....AND RIGHT!!!
Watching racing on TV and watching racing live are completely different experiences. If you haven't been to watch a race in person you really should.
Watching a race on TV is much easier to keep up with the drivers position, what happened on the racetrack, what brought out the caution and just generally to know what is going on during the race.
But watching the race live is really totally different, more of your senses are affected. You can SMELL gasoline and burning rubber. You can HEAR the thundering sound of forty three 800 plus horsepower race cars with no mufflers. Believe it or not you can even FEEL the vibration in your chest as the cars pass by at up to 200 MPH.
Even your sense of TASTE can be affected...depending on what you get at the concession stand!
Whether you watch racing live or on TV, speedway-guide.com will help you get the most out of your experience.
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- Daytona International Speedway: The World Center of Racing
- Daytona International Speedway is a high banked, high-speed racetrack with plenty of history and tradition
- Auto Club Speedway: Where raw speed and horsepower meet Hollywood glitz and gla
- Auto Club Speedway: Where raw speed and horsepower meet Hollywood glitz and glamor
- Pocono Raceway
- Pocono Raceway is a unique triangular shaped track that offers an exciting superspeedway experience in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania
- The Michigan International Speedway: Your Ultimate Guide
- Michigan International Speedway is a wide, high speed racetrack in the Irish Hills of Brooklyn Michigan where you can watch the likes of Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr
- Bristol Motor Speedway: Welcome to Thunder Valley!
- The Bristol Motor Speedway offers an exciting short track experience in the Appalachian Mountains of Bristol Tennessee. Fans come to the track to watch the action on the high speed, high banked half
- Richmond International Raceway
- The Richmond International Raceway is very unique in that it is a .75-mile short track layout that produces thrilling, high speed side-by-side racing.
- New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- New Hampshire Motor Speedway is an unusual flat 1 mile speedway that produces a lot of side by side racing. Drivers either love or hate the place.This flat racetrack hosts the first race in t
- Dover International Speedway: The Monster Mile
- Dover International Speedway has made itself part of racing history and with a quick look at its notable past, it is easy to see why it is one of the best tracks in NASCAR. The speedway is not
- Martinsville Speedway
- The Martinsville Speedway is NASCAR's oldest and smallest track but that doesn't mean its not the best. In fact you could argue that NASCAR has been racing at Martinsville Speedway for so long
- Kansas Speedway: Racing in the Heartland
- If you are a dedicated race fan, Kansas Speedway is where you want to watch a NASCAR race and now is your time to buy tickets before they are sold out. The excitement of the race is something you can
- Talladega Superspeedway
- Talladega Superspeedway has been responsible for some of the biggest incidents in NASCAR, from records being set to some of the biggest crashes in NASCAR. Just a look at some of the stories behind Ta
- Charlotte Motor Speedway: Where fans finish first!
- Charlotte Motor Speedway might not be the biggest or the best track that NASCAR has to offer, but its one of the most popular. The real difference with Charlotte Motor Speedway
- Atlanta Motor Speedway
- Atlanta Motor Speedway is known for its high speeds and photo finishes. Drivers race for 500 miles only to finish just inches apart at the start/finish line. Atlanta is also the track where Richard P
- Texas Motor Speedway
- The Texas Motor Speedway, the fastest track on the NASCAR circuit takes a fan-friendly approach to managing the speedway that is why it has become the standard by which all other tracks have been meas
- Phoenix International Raceway: The Desert Jewel
- The Phoenix International Raceway is an unusual racetrack with many odd characteristics that make it a unique stop on the NASCAR circuit. Between the heat, the snakes and the unusual shape of the trac
- Homestead-Miami Speedway
- Not far from the bright lights of Miami are the bright lights of the Homestead-Miami Speedway, this premier NASCAR venue plays host to 65,000 fans at some of the biggest races every year. This beautif
- Chicagoland Speedway
- Even if you weren't a fan of racing, you would still be easily impressed by the Chicagoland Speedway. Located about 30 miles from downtown Chicago in Joliet, Illinois the massive track is definitely
- Las Vegas Motor Speedway: The Diamond in the Desert
- The Las Vegas Motor Speedway has something for everyone, from the casual fan to the most die-hard. If you are planning on visiting Sin City, make sure you include the speedway among the places to vis
- Darlington Raceway: The Lady in Black
- Darlington Raceway is one of the oldest tracks in NASCAR. Its a difficult egg shaped oval racetrack yet it is a favorite of fans and drivers alike. This legendary track has remained true to the founde
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway: The Brickyard
- The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home to a variety of different races however, it is one of NASCAR’s most popular tracks.
- Infineon Raceway: Racing in Wine Country
- Infineon Raceway is a popular road course located in the heart of the Wine Country of Sonoma California, where drivers like Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. turn left and RIGHT.
- Watkins Glen International: Welcome to The Glen
- Watkins Glen International began as a dream of law student Cameron Argetsinger and since its humble beginnings has evolved into the top road racing facility in the United States. Watkins Glen hosts ma
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