NASCAR officials declared today the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule 2021 with numerous new stops. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series first dirt race will happen on 27 March at the Bristol Motor Speedway with the NASCAR Cup Series.
The Series will roll into the most famous track Knoxville Raceway on 9 July 2021. The Knoxville Raceway is located in Knoxville, Iowa, and in 1901 it organized the first race, and it is best recognized for a long, rich history of Sprint Car racing. For the first time, the Camping World Truck Series will take place in Knoxville.
This season 2021, the Camping World Truck Series will begin 16 national series triple-header weekends, including on 22 May at Circuit of the Americas and on 18 June at Nashville Superspeedway. Furthermore, the Series will back on their most favorite race track, Watkins Glen International on 7, August for the first time since 2000.
With the NASCAR Cup Series, the Camping World Truck Series will play at Pocono Raceway on 26 June. All three series will compete in the NASCAR Cup Series doubleheader weekend at the Tricky Triangle.
Before the pandemic, the 2020 scheduled event World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway will back to organize the start of the playoffs on 20 August. The two famous short tracks will decide who will take part in the Playoffs. The Bristol Motor Speedway shortened the races to eight, and Martinsville Speedway, which will start on 30 October will determine the final four racers who will compete for a championship at Phoenix Raceway on 5th November 2021. Check the full Camping World Truck Series schedule 2021 below:
|Friday, February 12||Daytona International Speedway|
|Friday, February 19||Homestead-Miami Speedway|
|Friday, March 5||Las Vegas Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, March 20||Atlanta Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, March 27||Bristol Dirt|
|Saturday, April 17||Richmond Raceway|
|Saturday, May 1||Kansas Speedway|
|Friday, May 7||Darlington Raceway|
|Saturday, May 22||Circuit of the Americas|
|Friday, May 28||Charlotte Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, June 12||Texas Motor Speedway|
|Friday, June 18||Nashville Superspeedway|
|Saturday, June 26||Pocono Raceway|
|Friday, July 9||Knoxville Raceway|
|Saturday, August 7||Watkins Glen International|
|Friday, August 20||World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway|
|Sunday, September 5||Canadian Tire Motorsport Park|
|Thursday, September 16||Bristol Motor Speedway|
|Friday, September 24||Las Vegas Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, October 2||Talladega Superspeedway|
|Saturday, October 30||Martinsville Speedway|
|Friday, November 5||Phoenix Raceway|