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Another year ... and another outstanding season of short-track racing at NASCAR Home Tracks, which is what we’ve all come to expect – with good reason. NASCAR racing is like no other sport. But let’s take it a step further. NASCAR Home Tracks – over 100 of them – are like no other form of racing. NASCAR Home Tracks personify all that is great about our sport – the strong sense of community, the always-fierce competition and the collective spirit of cooperation. Regarding that community – our community – we’re talking about people from varied regions and backgrounds. The United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe are all part of NASCAR Home Tracks, giving our sport a truly multi-cultural face and appeal. As we’ve said many times, NASCAR Home Tracks form the foundation of our sport. They are a link to the past – and a portal to the future. The following pages will give you a feel for that foundation. On behalf of the France Family and everyone at NASCAR, welcome.

Brian France Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

LOCAL RACING NASCAR WHELEN ALL-AMERICAN SERIES The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series provides season-long NASCAR action to local fans who just can’t get enough live racing. It’s all about a sense of community, where friends, neighbors and competitors get together to celebrate the sport they love.

FAST FACTS: The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS) provides a grassroots foundation for NASCAR competition at more than 50 tracks throughout North America. There have been 22 different champions crowned since the inaugural season in 1982. More than 15,000 licensed members compete in the NWAAS annually. Division I drivers compete for local Track Championships, State and Provincial Championships, and a National Championship in the series, as well as being ranked nationally in the Top 500. The National Champion is the competitor who accumulates the highest total of NASCAR points in his/her 18 best finishes. Drivers are able to compete at any NASCAR-Sanctioned facility in North America. NASCAR Division II-IV drivers compete for a National Championship. The top 100 drivers in each division are recognized. The competition age limit in the NWAAS is 14 years old. Current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Greg Biffle, Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, and Jamie McMurray are all former drivers in the NWAAS.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Columbus Motor Speedway - Columbus, OH Motordrome Speedway - Smithton, PA Rockford Speedway - Rockford, IL Stafford Motor Speedway - Stafford, CT



NASCAR WHELEN ALL-AMERICAN SERIES Whelen Engineering has committed to a long term partnership as the series sponsor through 2019.

The NWAAS Rookie of the Year Award presented by Jostens honors a National Rookie of the Year as well as State and Provincial Rookies of the Year.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards is held at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC and is streamed live on Industry announcers Mike Joy and Dick Berggren host the event. The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards honors drivers from NASCAR short-tracks across the United States and Canada. Invited attendees include the NWAAS National Champion, State and Provincial Champions, Track Champions, National Rookie of the Year, State and Provincial Rookies of the Year, NASCAR Finalists, the UNOH Ultimate Mechanic Challenge Winner and the Wendell Scott Trailblazer Award Winner.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Grandview Speedway - Bechtelsville, PA South Boston Speedway - South Boston, VA Hickory Motor Speedway - Hickory, NC NWAAS Awards - Charlotte, NC



NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR Modified cars are NASCAR’s oldest division of racecars. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (NWMT) traces its roots back to the very first NASCAR race held in Daytona Beach, FL in 1948.

FAST FACTS: The modern day NWMT has maintained a loyal and passionate fan base since its first season of competition in 1985, and annually competes in front of packed grandstands at historic short tracks throughout the northeastern United States. With wide tires, a low center of gravity and exceptional maneuverability, modifieds produce an exciting brand of racing that appeals to both competitors and fans. Whelen Engineering has committed to a long term partnership as the series sponsor for both the NWMT and the NWSMT. The NWMT schedule features companion events with NASCAR’s national series at Bristol Motor Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The tour has produced seven different champions in the last eight seasons: Mike Stefanik (2006), Donny Lia (2007 & 2009), Ted Christopher (2008), Bobby Santos (2010), Ron Silk (2011), Doug Coby (2012), Ryan Preece (2013). In 2012 nine-time NASCAR Modified Champion Richie Evans became the first individual not primarily associated with the Sprint Cup Series to be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. NWMT champions like Jeff Fuller, Donny Lia, Mike McLaughlin, Jimmy Spencer and Mike Stefanik rose to success in the upper levels of NASCAR racing, as did other tour standouts such as Brett Bodine, Ken Bouchard and Steve Park.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Riverhead Raceway - Riverhead, NY Monadnock Speedway - Winchester, NH Stafford Motor Speedway - Stafford, CT Waterford Speedbowl - Waterford, CT


REGIONAL SERIES NASCAR WHELEN SOUTHERN MODIFIED TOUR The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour (NWSMT) is a sister tour to the NWMT. These fenderless racecars offer a unique style of racing for fans in the southeastern U.S. This tour maintains a connection to the roots of NASCAR with fast, close racing.

FAST FACTS: The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour (NWSMT) was established in 2005. The NWSMT travels to historic racing venues throughout the southeastern United States. The schedule also features companion events with NASCAR’s national series at Bristol Motor Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway. The NWMT and NWSMT schedules annually include one combination event in which the two tours compete head-to-head. A 15-year-old minimum age requirement has aided in the growth of both the NWMT and the NWSMT. In the first nine years of NWSMT competition, George Brunnhoelzl has won four championships (2009, 2011-2013) and Junior Miller has won two. Brian Loftin, L.W. Miller and Burt Myers have each won one title. Both tours operate by the same rule book. The cars feature 625 horsepower (NASCARapproved SPEC Engine is optional), and have an estimated top speed of 150 mph. These cars weigh 2,645 pounds (including driver), with a standard height of 40 inches, a 107 inch wheel base and run on Hoosier Tires. NASCAR approved car models include Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, and Toyota (1988-2011).

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Caraway Speedway - Asheboro, NC Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA South Boston Speedway - South Boston, VA Southern National Motorsports Park - Lucama, NC


REGIONAL SERIES NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES Many drivers who advance to the regional level of NASCAR compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series (NKNPS), which is comprised of two divisions in the east and west regions. These regional series compete on a variety of tracks, while providing special events to local fans.

FAST FACTS: The NASCAR K&N Pro Series, with East and West divisions, is the sanctioning body’s top developmental touring series. The NKNPS-West has been in competition since 1954 and has carried a diverse schedule of ovals and road courses across the Western United States. The NKNPS-East has competed at historic short tracks and intermediate speedways up and down the Eastern United States since its inception in 1987. The two series also compete head-to-head in two annual combination events at Iowa Speedway. Both NKNPS East and West feature companion events with NASCAR's national series. The NKNPS receives national television exposure with tape-delayed broadcasts on FOX Sports 1. The 15-year-old minimum competition age has sparked an influx of talented young newcomers into the series. Truly making these series the proving ground for “Tomorrows Stars Today”. Drivers who have competed in the NKNPS that have graduated to the top levels of NASCAR racing include: Trevor Bayne, Austin Dillon, Ty Dillon, Kevin Harvick, Ron Hornaday, Kyle Larson, Joey Logano, Martin, Truex Jr., Ryan Truex and Darrell Wallace Jr.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA Columbus Motor Speedway - Columbus, OH Greenville-Pickens Speedway - Greenville, SC Bowman Gray Stadium - Winston Salem, NC


REGIONAL SERIES NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES The NASCAR K&N Pro Series is where loyal fans experience the best in regional racing and drivers hone their skills against other top drivers. NKNPS drivers compete in this series for national recognition; it serves as a doorstep to realizing their dreams of reaching a national NASCAR series.

FAST FACTS: K&N Engineering has committed to a long term partnership as the series sponsor. The NKNPS has been a proving ground for NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity effort in recent years, with minority and female drivers getting a shot with some of the best teams on both coasts. Turner-Scott Motorsports, Rev Racing, and Hattori Racing Enterprises all field teams in the NKNPS-East while Bill McAnally Racing, Sunrise Motorsports and Gene Price Motorsports have annually produced title contenders in the NKNPS-West. Both series operate by the same rule book. The template-bodied cars, the majority of which are powered by the optional NASCAR-approved SPEC Engine produced by Robert Yates Racing, generate 625 horsepower. They weigh 3,250 pounds (110-inch wheel base) or 3,300 (105-inch wheel base), run on Goodyear Tires and have an estimated top speed of 170 mph. SPEC engine approved by NASCAR

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Colorado National Speedway - Dacono, CO Iowa Speedway - Newton, IA Kern County Raceway Park - Bakersfield, CA Evergreen Speedway - Monroe, WA


INTERNATIONAL SERIES NASCAR CANADIAN TIRE SERIES The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series was established in 2007 and features highprofile racing talent throughout Canada, with races at a variety of oval tracks and road courses from late spring through early fall. The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series brings the excitement of NASCAR to nearly seven million Canadian fans each year.

FAST FACTS: The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series has raced in six provinces (Alberta, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan) coast-to-coast across Canada with events in, or near, top Canadian markets such as Montreal, Quebec City, Saskatoon and Toronto. With a large footprint, NASCAR Canadian Tire Series competitors come from across the country to participate in many of Canada’s top motorsports events and have gone on to compete in each of NASCAR’s national series in the U.S. TSN, Canada’s leading sports network, broadcasts the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series throughout Canada on a live broadcast and tape-delayed basis. TSN is available in over nine million households. RDS, the French-language sister station to TSN, also televises NASCAR Canadian Tire Series events nationally. The series is continually attracting young and diverse talent with the help of a 15-yearold age minimum. The vehicles are template-bodied, weigh 3,000 pounds, and generate 550 horsepower. The NASCAR-approved SPEC engine produced by Robert Yates Racing is optional. The cars have a wheelbase of 107.5 inches, run on Goodyear tires, and have an estimated top speed of 160 mph. Past NASCAR Canadian Tire Series champions include D.J. Kennington (2010 and 2012), Andrew Ranger (2007 and 2009) and Scott Steckly (2008,2011 and 2013).

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Auto Clearing Motor Speedway - Saskatoon, SK Canadian Tire Motorsport Park - Bowmanville, ON Kawartha Speedway - Fraserville, ON Barrie Speedway - Barrie ON



NASCAR MEXICO TOYOTA SERIES The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series brings the thrills of NASCAR racing on the oval tracks and road courses to fans throughout Mexico.

FAST FACTS: Races are held in eight Mexican cities throughout the country, which feature in excess of 30 teams per race and the best drivers in Mexico. Radio Broadcasts and live and tape delayed basis television telecasts on Televisa, FOX Sports Latin America, and Sky Mexico. Late Model-type chassis and engines with composite bodies, 400 Horsepower, Top Speed 280 Km/h (est.) Past Champions: Rafael Martinez 2007, Antonio Perez 2008, Germán Quiroga 2009, 2010, 2011, Jorge Goeters 2012, and Rodrigo Peralta in 2013. The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series made its U.S. debut in the United States in 2013 at Phoenix International Raceway as part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend.

PHOTO: Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez - Mexico City, DF

NASCAR WHELEN EURO SERIES The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series continues to expose Europeans to exciting, NASCAR-branded racing including door-to-door oval-track and road course competition each season.

FAST FACTS: The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series features racing in several European Countries including France, Germany, United Kingdom, and Spain with competitors coming from around the world. Series events are televised live internationally in over 40 countries covering approximately 20 million households. Multi-day events throughout the season attract an average of more than 30,000 fans per race. Long-time NASCAR partner Whelen Engineering entered into a multi-year series entitlement agreement in 2013. Spain’s Ander Vilariño won the inaugural NASCAR Whelen Euro Series championship in 2012 and followed it up with a second title in 2013.

PHOTO: Tours Speedway Tours, FR


NATIONAL MARKETING EFFORTS NASCAR HOME TRACKS Throughout North America, the regional and local series of NASCAR bring together NASCAR fans, drivers, teams and partners to share common values and participate in the excitement of NASCAR racing. Tracks that host the regional and local series have been branded NASCAR HomeTracks.

THE SOUL OF NASCAR The NASCAR Home Tracks campaign was introduced to build affinity among fans for our regional and local racing series. The tracks are home to the future stars of our sport and also home to generations of passionate fans. Involvement in the NASCAR Home Tracks initiative is a great opportunity to tap into the inherent loyalty of our NASCAR fans. The NASCAR Home Tracks campaign encourages fans to “come home” to their local tracks and participate in the NASCAR experience at the grassroots level. National TV, radio, print and online advertising continue to raise awareness and interest in NASCAR Home Tracks. Materials for targeted local marketing efforts are provided to the tracks to generate a deeper connection to the sport of NASCAR in the local community.

NASCAR HOME TRACKS SOCIAL MEDIA The passion NASCAR Home Tracks fans possess is readily evident in their digital consumption. Traffic to has risen each of the last five years, with 1.5 million unique visits and more than 5 million page* views logged in 2013. The official site for NASCAR Home Tracks allows fans to access a variety of content including live race weekend updates, videos, audio of driver interviews, results, standings and features that spotlight drivers and trends within the touring & weekly series. In 2013, NASCAR debuted live streaming capabilities of select events. Since 2008, fans have been able to vote online for their favorite driver with the touring series Most Popular Driver Awards. And fans get their NASCAR touring & weekly news first on Twitter, as @NASCARHomeTrack has nearly 40,000 followers.

CONNECT WITH US: PHOTOS (top to bottom): Greenville-Pickens Speedway - Greenville, SC Irwindale Event Center - Irwindale, CA Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez - Mexico City, DF


COMPANY INITIATIVES Social Responsibility The NASCAR Foundation is the heart of NASCAR, representing the generosity of the racing community and its fans. By supporting charitable initiatives that reflect the core values of the NASCAR family, The NASCAR Foundation makes a difference in the lives of those who need it the most. Since 2006, The NASCAR Foundation has helped provide medical treatment for more than 24,000 children annually at Speediatrics, fulfilled more than 700 NASCAR Dreams, sent more than 1,200 kids to Victory Junction camp, recruited 12,000 fans to become part of a Volunteer Network and created educational opportunities for school-aged students that help to engage them in science and engineering programs. To learn more about the NASCAR community’s efforts to stand united in our commitment to children, visit NASCAR.COM/foundation.

NASCAR Drive for Diversity NASCAR is committed to ensuring that people from all backgrounds feel welcome to participate in our sport. NASCAR continues to place an emphasis on diversity, an important element that is helping to grow our sport. The NASCAR Drive for Diversity initiative, managed through Rev Racing, is the leading driver and crew member development platform for minorities and females. The NASCAR Drive for Diversity program has seen tremendous growth, coming off the most successful season since its inception. Kyle Larson captured the 2012 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship and Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award, earning the program its first series title and second Rookie of the Year honors in three years. The NASCAR Pit Crew Member Program presented by Sprint boasts a full roster of participants and continues to graduate crew members to NASCAR National series. Follow the team using #D4D2013

Environmental Commitment As one of the most recognized and influential sports organizations in North America, NASCAR takes its responsibility to our environment very seriously. NASCAR Green was established as a broad, industry-wide initiative to measurably enhance our conservation of the environment and adopt green technologies, while helping our fans, teams, tracks and sponsors find ways to incorporate environmentally responsible practices into their everyday lives. One on-track initiative is the NASCAR Green Clean Air Program delivered by UPS. As the largest tree-planting program in sports, NASCAR and UPS supply 90 trees to each NASCAR Sprint Cup market with the support of The Arbor Day Foundation. Another 6,000 trees are planted in the Blackwater River State Park totaling over 8,000 trees planted as part of this program annually. These trees offset the carbon emissions produced from on-track racing at every NASCAR event.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Atlanta Motor Speedway - Hampton, GA NASCAR Hall of Fame - Charlotte, NC Devil’s Bowl Speedway - Rutland, VT



INCOME distribution

58% Male

23% Under $30,000 index 100 23%

42% Female

25% 19%

Family friendly % of families with kids 40% 51% under the age of 18 index 128 U.S. POPULATION Nascar REGIONAL / LOCAL SERIES FANS

Age distribution 12% 18-24 index 100 12% 18% 25-34 index 122 22% 18% 15%

35-44 index 83

19% 22% 15% 15%


$50-74,999 index 133

24% 14% 15%

$75-100,000 index 107

20% 19%

$100,000+ index 95



NORTHEAST index 111

22% 20%

45-54 index 116

23% 22%

48% 18-44 index 102 49%

MIDWEST index 91 37% 38%

55-64 index 100

18% 65+ index 78 14%

$30-49,999 index 76

SOUTH index 103

WEST index 96



NASCAR Regional / Local Series Fan Base Demographics

2 out of 5 NASCAR regional / local series fans are female. 1 out of 3 NASCAR regional / local series fans are 18-44 years old. 1 out of 3 NASCAR regional / local series fans earn $50,000 per year or more. 2 out of 5 NASCAR regional / local series fans live with children in their household. NASCAR regional / local series fan base mirrors the U.S. population’s geographic makeup. Source: NASCAR Fan Engagement Tracker 2012, commissioned by NASCAR and conducted by Toluna.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Magic Valley Speedway - Twin Falls, ID I-80 Speedway - Omaha, NE Southern National Motorsports Park - Lucama, NC Canadian Tire Motorsport Park - Bowmanville, ON


FAMILY FUN AFFORDABLE FAMILY FUN NASCAR regional and local racing provides many opportunities for affordable family fun. It's common to see autograph sessions, pace car rides, pit tours, bike races, mascots, boxcar races, and many other events to keep families involved. There is something for everyone at a regional and local NASCAR race including some of the best racing in North America.

Regional and local NASCAR racing is a familyfriendly environment, where the sport serves as a place for families to convene and share quality time. Regional and local NASCAR fans share a sense of belonging and see themselves as part of a larger community. Those bonds are as much a part of the NASCAR experience as the racing competition itself. Regional and local NASCAR racing is filled with rich history, relatable drivers, the power and speed of competition, as well as the connection to community and family involvement. NASCAR Home Tracks across North America offer something for everyone.

PHOTOS (top to bottom): Circuit Du Mans - Le Mans, FR Evergreen Speedway - Monroe, WA Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA Caraway Speedway - Asheboro, NC


CORPORATE OPPORTUNITIES PARTNERSHIPS NASCAR Home Tracks provides companies with a unique avenue to expose their brand to thousands of consumers on a weekly basis. Regional and local NASCAR events can provide a powerful presence for consumer activation through: product and service promotions, track signage, promotional displays, sampling, and hospitality programs. Each venue offers a unique and wide array of programs to help you reach NASCAR consumers and connect with the most loyal fans in sports.

Grassroots racing is where we want to be, and it’s exactly what we want to do. Our involvement with local NASCAR racing provides us with the opportunity to increase our brand awareness, showcase our products, and ultimately has helped increase our business.

Phil Kurze


Vice President | Motorsports | Whelen Engineering

Over the past four years, having the opportunity to work directly with NASCAR, the drivers, teams, Home Tracks and the loyal fans has been the highlight of K&N’s Marketing Program. Our sponsorship continues to be a business-impacting relationship, where NASCAR consistently delivers opportunities that generate growth of the Series and the K&N Brand.

Steve Williams Vice President of Marketing | K&N Engineering

Everyone at the University of Northwestern Ohio is proud and honored that Limaland Motorsports Park, our university owned race track, is a NASCAR Home Tracks member. UNOH is proud to support the grass roots racing efforts of NASCAR and we hope to continue it for many years. We look forward to our partnership with NASCAR and the benefits and opportunities it presents to our competitors and students.

Dr. Jeffrey A. Jarvis President | University of Northwestern Ohio

With over 3500 company owned stores, we look forward to numerous opportunities to activate our sponsorship at a local level. We have thousands of customers who are passionate about the NASCAR Home Tracks experience! PHOTOS (top to bottom): Revolution Park Racing - Monroe, LA All American Speedway - Roseville, CA Limaland Motorsports Park - Lima, OH Rockford Speedway - Rockford, IL


Karl Schmitt Vice President of Marketing Research and Design Sherwin Williams







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*sponsor list subject to change




ARIZONA ≠Phoenix International Raceway Location: Avondale, AZ 1 mile paved

IOWA ≠Adams County Speedway Location: Corning, IA 1/2 mile dirt

CALIFORNIA ≠All American Speedway Location: Roseville, CA 1/3 mile paved

≠Iowa Speedway Location: Newton, IA 7/8 mile paved

≠Irwindale Event Center Location: Irwindale, CA 1/2 mile paved ≠Kern County Raceway Park Location: Bakersfield, CA 5/8 mile paved ≠Sonoma Raceway Location: Sonoma, CA 1.99 mile paved road course ≠Stockton 99 Speedway Location: Stockton, CA 1/4 mile paved COLORADO ≠Colorado National Speedway Location: Dacono, CO 3/8 mile paved CONNECTICUT ≠Stafford Motor Speedway Location: Stafford, CT 1/2 mile paved

LOUISIANA ≠Revolution Park Racing and Entertainment Complex Location: Monroe, LA 3/8 mile paved MAINE ≠Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Location: Scarborough, ME 1/3 mile paved

≠Riverhead Raceway Location: Riverhead, NY 1/4 mile paved

SOUTH CAROLINA ≠Anderson Motor Speedway Location: Anderson, SC 3/8 mile paved

≠Spencer Speedway Location: Williamson, NY 1/2 mile paved

≠Greenville Pickens Speedway Location: Greenville, SC 1/2 mile paved

≠LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Location: West Salem, WI .545 & 1/4 mile paved CANADA ≠Auto Clearing Motor Speedway Location: Saskatoon, SK 1/3 mile paved ≠Autodrome St. Eustache Location: St. Eustache, QC 4/10 mile paved

TENNESSEE ≠Bristol Motor Speedway Location: Bristol, TN .533 mile paved

MINNESOTA ≠Elko Speedway Location: Elko, MN 3/8 mile paved

≠Caraway Speedway Location: Asheboro, NC .455 mile paved

≠Kingsport Speedway Location: Kingsport, TN 3/8 mile paved

≠Circuit de Trois-Rivieres Location: Trois-Rivieres, QC 1.53 mile temporary street course

≠Charlotte Motor Speedway Location: Concord, NC 1/4 mile paved

TEXAS ≠Houston Motorsports Park Location: Houston, TX 3/8 mile paved

≠Circuit ICAR Location: Mirabel, QC 3.8 mile paved road course

MISSOURI ≠Lebanon I-44 Speedway Location: Lebanon, MO 3/8 mile paved

DELAWARE ≠Dover International Speedway Location: Dover, DE 1 mile paved

NEVADA ≠The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Location: Las Vegas, NV .375 mile paved

ILLINOIS ≠Rockford Speedway Location: Rockford, IL 1/4 mile paved

≠Motordrome Speedway Location: Smithton, PA 1/2 mile paved

NORTH CAROLINA ≠Bowman Gray Stadium Location: Winston-Salem, NC 1/4 mile paved

≠Junction Motor Speedway Location: McCool Junction, NE 3/8 mile dirt

≠Stateline Speedway Location: Post Falls, ID 1/4 mile paved

≠Watkins Glen International Location: Watkins Glen, NY 2.45 mile paved road course

WISCONSIN ≠Cedar Lake Speedway Location: New Richmond, WI 3/8 mile dirt

MICHIGAN ≠Kalamazoo Speedway Location: Kalamazoo, MI 3/8 mile paved

≠Waterford Speedbowl Location: Waterford, CT 3/8 mile paved

IDAHO ≠Magic Valley Speedway Location: Twin Falls, ID 1/3 mile paved

≠Lake Erie Speedway Location: Erie, PA 3/8 mile paved

≠Myrtle Beach Speedway Location: Myrtle Beach, SC 1/2 mile paved

NEBRASKA ≠I-80 Speedway Location: Omaha, NE 4/10 mile dirt

≠New Smyrna Speedway Location: New Smyrna Beach, FL 1/2 mile paved

≠Holland Motorsports Complex Location: Holland, NY 3/8 mile paved

≠Utica-Rome Speedway Location: Vernon, NY 1/2 mile dirt

≠Thompson Speedway Location: Thompson, CT 5/8 mile paved

FLORIDA ≠5 Flags Speedway Location: Pensacola, FL 1/2 mile paved


NEW HAMPSHIRE ≠Lee USA Speedway Location: Lee, NH 3/8 mile paved ≠Monadnock Speedway Location: Winchester, NH 1/4 mile paved ≠New Hampshire Motor Speedway Location: Loudon, NH 1.058 mile paved NEW YORK ≠Airborne Speedway Location: Plattsburgh, NY 1/2 mile paved ≠Chemung Speedrome Location: Chemung, NY 3/8 mile paved

≠East Carolina Motor Speedway 3/8 mile paved Robersonville, NC ≠Hickory Motor Speedway Location: Newton, NC .363 mile paved ≠Southern National Motorsports Park Location: Lucama, NC 4/10 mile paved OHIO ≠Columbus Motor Speedway Location: Columbus, OH 1/3 mile paved ≠Kil-Kare Speedway Location: Xenia, OH 3/8 mile paved ≠Lake County Speedway Location: Painesville, OH 1/5 mile paved ≠Limaland Motorsports Park Location: Lima, OH 1/4 mile dirt OKLAHOMA ≠Salina Highbanks Speedway Location: Salina, OK 4/10 mile dirt PENNSYLVANIA ≠Grandview Speedway Location: Bechtelsville, PA 1/3 mile dirt

UTAH ≠Miller Motorsports Park Location: Tooele, UT 4.5 mile paved road course VERMONT ≠Devil’s Bowl Speedway Location: West Haven, VT 4/10 mile paved VIRGINIA ≠Langley Speedway Location: Hampton, VA 4/10 mile paved

≠Barrie Speedway Location: Barrie, ON 1/3 mile paved ≠Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Location: Bowmanville, ON 2.459 mile paved road course

≠Delaware Speedway Location: Delaware, ON 1/2 mile paved ≠Edmonton International Raceway Location: Wetaskiwin, AB 1/4 mile paved ≠Kawartha Speedway Location: Fraserville, ON 3/8 mile paved ≠Riverside International Speedway Location: Antigonish, NS 1/3 mile paved

≠Lonesome Pine Raceway Location: Coeburn, VA 3/8 mile paved ≠Motor Mile Speedway Location: Radford, VA .416 mile paved ≠Richmond International Raceway Location: Richmond, VA 3/4 mile paved ≠South Boston Speedway Location: South Boston, VA 4/10 mile paved ≠Virginia International Raceway Location: Alton, VA 3.27 mile paved road course WASHINGTON ≠Evergreen Speedway Location: Monroe, WA 3/8 & 5/8 mile paved

*Track list subject to change




NASCAR HEADQUARTERS/ RACING OPERATIONS International Motorsports Center One Daytona Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32114 phone 386.310.6250 fax 386.310.6277

EAST Date Track


2/16 2/18 3/15 3/22 4/25 5/17* 5/31 6/13 6/21 7/11 7/19 8/1* 8/8 8/16 9/6 9/26

New Smyrna, FL Daytona Beach, FL Bristol, TN Greenville, SC Richmond, VA Newton, IA Winston-Salem, NC Pensacola, FL Hampton, VA Loudon, NH Columbus, OH Newton, IA Watkins Glen, NY Alton, VA Greenville, SC Dover, DE

New Smyrna Speedway Daytona International Speedway Bristol Motor Speedway Greenville Pickens Speedway Richmond International Raceway Iowa Speedway Bowman Gray Stadium Five Flags Speedway Langley Speedway New Hampshire Motor Speedway Columbus Motor Speedway Iowa Speedway Watkins Glen International Virginia International Raceway Greenville Pickens Speedway Dover International Speedway

WEST Date Track


2/27 3/22 5/3 5/17* 5/24 6/21 7/12 7/26 8/1* 8/16 8/30 9/13 10/11 11/6

Avondale, AZ Irwindale, CA Stockton, CA Newton, IA Bakersfield, CA Sonoma, CA Post Falls, ID Dacono, CO Newton, IA Monroe, WA Bakersfield, CA Tooele, UT Roseville, CA Avondale, AZ

Phoenix International Raceway Irwindale Speedway Stockton 99 Speedway Iowa Speedway Kern County Raceway Park Sonoma Raceway State Line Speedway Colorado National Speedway Iowa Speedway Evergreen Speedway Kern County Raceway Park Miller Motorsports Park All American Speedway Phoenix International Raceway

*Combination race with NASCAR K&N Pro Series East

*Combination race with NASCAR K&N Pro Series West


NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR FRONT COVER (left to right): NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Grandview Speedway - Bechtelsville, PA NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Motor Mile Speedway - Radford, VA NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Barrie Speedway - Barrie, ON NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Riverhead Raceway - Riverhead, NY NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Bowman Gray Stadium - Winston Salem, NC UNOH Battle At The Beach Daytona Beach, FL NSIDE FRONT COVER: UNOH Battle At The Beach Daytona Beach, FL

POCKET: Thompson Speedway - Thompson, CT BACK COVER: NASCAR Whelen Euro Series - Paris, FR


Date Track


Date Track


2/18*^ 4/6 4/27 5/23 6/21 6/28 7/11^ 7/12 7/19 8/8 8/13 8/20* 9/13 9/20 9/28 10/19

Daytona Beach, FL Thompson, CT Stafford, CT Stafford, CT Waterford, CT Riverhead, NY Loudon, NH Loudon, NH Winchester, NH Stafford, CT Thompson, CT Bristol, TN Riverhead, NY Loudon, NH Stafford, CT Thompson, CT

^Non-points event

2/18*^ 3/9 3/15 3/29 4/5 4/12 4/19 7/4 7/11^ 8/2 8/20* 8/30 9/5 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/9

Daytona Beach, FL Asheboro, NC Kenly, NC. Asheboro, NC South Boston, VA Hampton, VA Asheboro, NC Asheboro, NC Loudon, NH. Winston-Salem, NC Bristol, TN Hampton, VA Asheboro, NC South Boston, VA Kenly, NC. Asheboro, NC Concord, NC

*Combination race with NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour

^Non-points event

Daytona International Speedway Thompson Speedway Stafford Motor Speedway Stafford Motor Speedway Waterford Speedbowl Riverhead Raceway New Hampshire Motor Speedway New Hampshire Motor Speedway Monadnock Speedway Stafford Motor Speedway Thompson Speedway Bristol Motor Speedway Riverhead Raceway New Hampshire Motor Speedway Stafford Motor Speedway Thompson International Speedway

Daytona International Speedway Caraway Speedway Southern National Motorsports Park Caraway Speedway South Boston Speedway Langley Speedway Caraway Speedway Caraway Speedway New Hampshire Motor Speedway Bowman Gray Stadium Bristol Motor Speedway Langley Speedway Caraway Speedway South Boston Speedway Southern National Motorsports Park Caraway Speedway Charlotte Motor Speedway

*Combination race with NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour



Date Track




4/12 - 4/13 6/7 - 6/8 7/6 - 7/7 7/19 - 7/20 10/11 - 10/12

Circuit Ricardo Tormo Brands Hatch Circuit Tours Speedway Nürburgring Circuit Le Mans Bugatti

Madrid, Spain Fawkham, United Kingdom Tours, France Nürburg, Germany Le Mans, France

5/18 6/14 7/6 7/11 7/16 7/26 8/10 8/16 8/31 9/6 9/20


Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Bowmanville, Ontario Autodrome Chaudiére Vallée-Jonction, Quebec Circuit ICAR Mirabel, Quebec Edmonton International Raceway Wetaskiwin, Alberta Auto Clearing Motor Speedway Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Autodrome St. Eustache St. Eustache, Quebec Circuit de Trois-Rivieres Trois-Rivieres, Quebec Riverside International Speedway Antigonish, Nova Scotia Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Bowmanville, Ontario Barrie Speedway Barrie, Ontario Kawartha Speedway Peterborough, Ontario

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All schedules are tentative and subject to change.

NASCAR In Your Neighborhood 2014