2021 Camping World Truck Schedule RevealedNovember 20, 2020
The 2021 version of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule features a significant facelift from previous seasons and is highlighted by several new events on the 22-race campaign. Austin Hill and the United Rentals team will kick off the year at Daytona International Speedway (DIS), as the “World Center of Racing” will host the Camping World Trucks season opener for the 22nd-consecutive season.
Inaugural events at Circuit of the Americas, a state-of-the-art road course located in Austin, Texas, and Knoxville Raceway, one of the nation’s most storied dirt tracks, highlight the schedule as well as dates at venues reappearing on the calendar. Darlington Raceway, Watkins Glen International (WGI), and Nashville Superspeedway (NSS) also return to the slate. While a fixture on the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series schedules, WGI will host its first Camping World Trucks event in the New York’s Finger Lakes region since 2000. Meanwhile, the 1.33-mile NSS makes its reappearance to the tailgater’s lineup for first time since 2011.
Following the season-opener at DIS, Homestead-Miami Speedway will have its earliest slot on the schedule since serving as the opening round in 1999. Traditional stops at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Atlanta Motor Speedway follow HMS and lead into a historic dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 27th.
The seven-race playoffs will kick off on August 20th at World Wide Technology Raceway outside of St. Louis and also include a return to Bowmanville, Ontario’s Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. Phoenix Raceway will host the season-finale for the second year in a row on Friday night November 5th.
Feb. 12: Daytona International Speedway
Feb. 19: Homestead-Miami Speedway
Mar. 5: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Mar. 20: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Mar. 27: Bristol Motor Speedway (dirt)
Apr. 17: Richmond Raceway
May 1: Kansas Speedway
May 7: Darlington Raceway
May 22: Circuit of the Americas
May 28: Charlotte Motor Speedway
Jun. 12: Texas Motor Speedway
Jun. 18: Nashville Superspeedway
Jun. 26: Pocono Raceway
Jul. 9: Knoxville Raceway
Aug. 7: Watkins Glen International
Aug. 20: World Wide Technology Raceway
Sept. 5: Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
Sept. 16: Bristol Motor Speedway
Sept. 24: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Oct. 2: Talladega Superspeedway
Oct. 30: Martinsville Speedway
Nov. 5: Phoenix Raceway