NASCAR Racing At Dover

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Welcome NASCAR race fans to my NASCAR blog. Coming to you live from the Monster Mile, Dover International Speedway in Dover, DE. I’m here this weekend to see all the racing action. This 1 mile concrete track is a real monster. And fun to watch. This weekend is the eleventh race for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks.

I come here every year to see this great track and the top three NASCAR National Series’. Thursday afternoon the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series had practice for the Lucas Oil 200 race. Qualifying will be Friday morning and the race will be on Friday late afternoon. 88 Matt Crafton was the fastest in the first practice. Final practice happened while I was out shopping! Sorry. For tickets, try Vivid Seats.

The NASCAR Nationwide Series will practice for the 5-hour Energy 200 on Friday and qualify and race on Saturday. I have to wonder why the Truck and Nationwide races are the same length.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup series will practice for the Autism Speaks 400 after the Camping World Trucks qualify and again after the Nationwide cars practice. Coors Light pole Qualifying will take place on Saturday after the Nationwide qualifying. The race is on Sunday. I’ll have more as I can get online.

Brought to you by Sheila Hawley. I love NASCAR.

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3 Responses to “NASCAR Racing At Dover”

  1. Mikel Says:

    Hi Sheila,

    I hope you have a great time at the track.

    I wish I was there!!

    Cheers

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