NASCAR Weekend Schedule for Dover

NASCAR rolls into Dover for a triple-header cumulating with Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism. Check out the full schedule here!

 

FRIDAY

NASCAR Xfinity Series first practice 9:30am-10:25am on FS1                                                                                  Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series first practice 10:35am-11:25am on FS1                                                                        NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying 1:05pm on FS1                                                                           NASCAR Xfinity Series Final Practice 2:05pm-2:50pm on FS1                                                                                 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying 3:20pm on FS1                                                                             NASCAR Camping World Truck Series JEGS 200 5:00pm on FS1 [200 laps, 200 miles]

SATURDAY 

***Due to the threat of rain, NASCAR has moved the start time of the Xfinity race up by 1 hour to 12:30pm. The rest of Saturday’s schedule will be moved up by 1 hour as well.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series second practice 8:30am-9:20am on FS1                                                                          NASCAR Xfinity Series qualifying 9:35am on FS1                                                                                                              Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series final practice 11:00am-11:50am on FS1                                                                            NASCAR Xfinity Series OneMain Financial 200 12:30pm on FS1 [200 laps, 200 miles]

SUNDAY 

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series AAA 400 Drive For Autism 2:00pm On FS1 [400 laps, 400 miles]

 

Get set for Sunday’s race with us! It’s the Flag To Flag pre-race show Sunday 11am on 640 The Hurricane!

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