Not much has changed on the 2015 schedules for the soon-to-be-renamed NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The current Nationwide Series schedule remains at 33 races and at all the same tracks as 2014. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series gains one race date to expand from 22 to 23 races.
The Truck Series will return to Atlanta Motor Speedway for the first time since 2012 when Ty Dillon won. The trucks raced there from 2004 to 2012 and actually had two races a season there from 2005 to 2008. The race date will be on Saturday, February 28th the week after the season begins in Daytona. Also the race will be a part of a unique scenario as the Nationwide Series will also race at Atlanta on the same day to make for a doubleheader event.
The other 22 races on the schedule for the Truck Series remain at the same tracks as 2014. That means Eldora Speedway will host a dirt track race for the third straight year and that Canadian Tire Motorsports Park will host a road course race for the third straight year.
There will be nine weekends where the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series race at the same track on the same weekend. The Nationwide Series will have 18 additional companion events with the Cup Series and have six stand-alone races. The Truck Series will have seven additional companion events with the Cup Series and seven stand-alone races.
The full NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season can be seen on Fox Sports 1. The first 14 races of the Nationwide Series can be seen on either FOX or Fox Sports 1 and the final 19 races can be seen on either NBC or NBCSN.
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