NASCAR has put together it’s schedule through the summer, and it includes the All-Star Race at Charlotte, accordong to Jordan Bianchi of The Athletic.
The updated schedule is expected to be released this coming week, and featured Pocono and Michigan double-headers along with the All-Star race.
In May, NASCAR announced a schedule consisting of 12 races that concluded with a race at Talladega Superspeedway on June 21.
The updated schedule:
- June 27 and June 28 — Pocono Raceway (Trucks Series also running on Saturday; Xfinity Series on Sunday)
- July 5 — Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- July 12 — Kentucky Speedway
- July 15 (Wednesday) — Charlotte Motor Speedway (All-Star Race)
- July 19 — Texas Motor Speedway
- July 23 (Thursday) — Kansas Speedway
- Aug. 2 — New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- Aug. 8 and Aug. 9 — Michigan International Speedway