NASCAR Announces Stage Lengths for NCWTS Races


The Stage lengths for all 23 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races have been finalized, featuring NASCAR’s new format enhancements. Beginning in 2017, the top 10 drivers will earn race points at the end of Stage 1 and Stage 2, which will conclude with a caution period. The leader at each Stage will earn a playoff point, and will be applied if that driver reaches the postseason. As always, the third and final stage will determine the race winner. All positions will earn race points at the checkered flag, while the race winner earns five playoff points. 

Stages can end under yellow, while the normal NASCAR Overtime rules remain in effect for the conclusion of the race. Overall race lengths will remain unchanged from the 2016 season, but individual Stage lengths will vary from track to track. Stage and race lengths for all 23 races can be seen below.

 

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series  
Track Stage 1 Stage 2 Final Stage  
(ends on lap) (ends on lap) (ends on lap)  
Daytona International Speedway 20 40 100  
Atlanta Motor Speedway 40 80 130  
Martinsville Speedway 70 140 250  
Kansas Speedway 40 80 167  
Charlotte Motor Speedway 40 80 134  
Dover International Speedway 45 90 200  
Texas Motor Speedway 40 80 167  
Gateway Motorsports Park 35 70 160  
Iowa Speedway 60 120 200  
Kentucky Speedway 35 70 150  
Eldora Speedway 40 90 150  
Pocono Raceway 15 30 60  
Michigan International Speedway 30 60 100  
Bristol Motor Speedway 55 110 200  
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park 20 40 64  
Chicagoland Speedway 35 70 150  
New Hampshire Motor Speedway 55 110 175  
Las Vegas Motor Speedway 35 70 146  
Talladega Superspeedway 20 40 94  
Martinsville Speedway 50 100 200  
Texas Motor Speedway 35 70 147  
Phoenix International Raceway 40 80 150  
Homestead-Miami Speedway 40 80 134

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