NASCAR is set to restart their 2020 racing season on May 17 when the green flag drops at Darlington Raceway.
As they work to continue the season, NASCAR is dedicated to running the full season, but has reworked some of the race locations to limit travel as much as possible.
Officials have scheduled the next series of races for all three racing series. All races will be held without fans and the stricter health safeguards.
The next series of races will be held at Bristol, Atlanta, Miami-Homestead, Talladega, and Martinsville including a night race.
The next series of races beginning May 30 are:
May 30 – an Xfinity Series race at Bristol Speedway
May 31 a NASCAR Cup race at Bristol Speedway
June 6 a Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series race Atlanta Speedway
June 6 an Xfinity Series race in Atlanta
June 7 a NASCAR Cup race in Atlanta
June 10 a NASCAR Cup race in Martinsville
June 13 a Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series race at Miami-Homestead
June 13 an Xfinity Series race at Miami-Homestead
June 14 an Xfinity Series race at Miami-Homestead
June 14 a NASCAR Cup race at Miami-Homestead
June 20 an ARCA race at Talladega Speedway
June 20 an Xfinity race at Talladega Speedway
June 21 a NASCAR Cup race at Talladega Speedway
Races at Kansas Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Mid-Ohio, and Texas Motor Speedway have all been put on hold.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Iowa Speedway has been cancelled. The National series races have been cancelled for the remainder of the season.
The Xfinity Series race originally scheduled for June 13 has been moved to Homestead-Miami on June 14.