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NASCARdude writes:
"How it could be"
Posted by NASCARdude on January 8, 2010
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Here is my idea for how a schedule could look.

January 30-31 Daytona 500 qualifying and Bud Shootout

February 7 Daytona 500

February 14 California

February 21 Las Vegas

February 28 Atlanta

March 7 Bristol

March 14 Martinsville

March 21 Phoenix

March 28 Texas

April 3 Talladega on a Saturday before Easter

April 10 Richmond

April 17 Darlington

April 25 Dover gets its earliest date ever

May 1 Pocono tries to avoid the bad weather

May 8 off week for Mother's Day

May 15 Michigan avoids the bad weather

May 22 Infineon avoids the heat

May 28-30 All-Star race and Coca-Cola 600 on the same weekend

June 6 New Hampshire gets an earlier date

June 13 Chicago avoids some heat

June 20 Pocono gets an earlier late date

June 27 Watkins Glen could have a companion event to IndyCar

July 3 Daytona keeps its July 4th weekend spot

July 10 Michigan moves up its second race

July 17 second off week

July 24 Indy keeps the same date

August 1 Bristol moves up

August 7 Atlanta moves up to avoid football altogether

August 14 Richmond keeps the spot as the last race in the Chase

August 22 off week before the chase starts

August 29 New Hampshire keeps the first race in the Chase

September 5 Charlotte gets the Labor Day weekend race and keeps its place in the Chase

September 12 Dover keeps close to the same spot

September 19 Kansas stays about the same

September 26 California gets a really good date

October 3 Martinsville

October 10 Talladega gets a good spot

October 17 Texas

October 24 Phoenix

October 31 Homestead

I thought about maybe putting two races in one week, but I really think that would be too much. We would really have trouble ending the season before Labor Day because the weather in January probably would not cooperate. You are welcome to say whatever you want about all of this. I am open to many suggestions.


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