Friday May 27, 2016
  • Joey Logano Spends His All-Star Winnings
  • Joey Logano is spending his All-Star winnings for a good cause.

  • CUP: Martin Truex Jr. Wins Pole - Charlotte 2016
  • Martin Truex Jr. wins his second pole of the season and will start at the front for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte.

  • Martin Truex Jr. claims pole for Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte
  • See the full results from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

  • Joey Logano looks to complete two-week Charlotte Sprint Cup sweep
  • After winning the Sprint All-Star Race and the $1 million that went with it, Joey Logano admits he's greedy and still wants more before leaving Charlotte Motor Speedway in his rear-view mirror.

  • Challenges of Racing The Coca-Cola 600
  • NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers weigh in on the different challenges they face while racing 600 miles at Charlotte.

  • Why a Coke 600, Indy 500 driver crossover would be fun to watch
  • More drivers attempting the Coke 600-Indy 500 double would make the best weekend of racing even better, says's Tom Jensen.

  • Jeff Gordon's First Career Win
  • Following in the footsteps of drivers like David Pearson, Jeff Gordon scored his first NASCAR Sprint Cup series win in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

  • New HUBCast: What's your favorite race on the schedule?
  • The guys make their picks on this week's episode of "The #HUBCast with Adam Alexander."

  • Kurt Busch leads Thursday practice for Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte
  • Check out complete results from Thursday's lone NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice for this Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Kurt Busch laid down the fastest lap.

  • Charlotte Motor Speedway hosts Channing Tatum for NASCAR-themed film
  • Steven Soderbergh will direct a feature film featuring a theoretical heist at Charlotte Motor Speedway with a first-rate cast.


    Daytona_Intl_Speedway (54K) Superspeedways are oval racetracks that are greater than two miles in length. The two most famous superspeedways are the Daytona International Speedway and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In 1988 after a few horrific crashes at both Daytona and Talladega NASCAR introduced the restrictor plate for each of the respected tracks. The reduced power affects not only the maximum speed reached by the cars but the time it takes them to achieve their full speed as well, which can be nearly one full lap of the track. The racing seen at superspeedways today is extremely tight; often in rows of three or four cars wide, and sometimes even 5 wide on the straightaways throughout most of the field, as the tracks are wide enough to permit such racing. Today The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series runs on 6 Superspeedway Race Tracks. Follow the links below to learn more about each Superspeedway race track.



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