If you're a NASCAR fan, you always want to know when and where the next race is. Finding NASCAR schedules online is easy if you know where to look.
The easiest place to find NASCAR schedules is at NASCAR.com. On this site, you'll find the schedules for the Sprint Cup Series - where top drivers like Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. run - as well as the Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck series, two series where the up and coming stars of NASCAR compete against some of the top stars of the Sprint Cup Series. NASCAR.com lists the date of each race as well as the track, and will give you extra information such as the type of track (road course? superspeedway?), broadcast information (TV and radio channels and times), and how to get tickets if you're interested in going to a race. The link is at the top of the home page under "Schedules" - if you hover your mouse over the link, you will see a list that includes "Sprint Cup Series," "Nationwide Series," "Camping World Trucks," and more. Click on a link and it will take you right to the schedule of your choice.
Another place to find NASCAR schedules is on driver websites. Many of the top drivers in NASCAR - Stewart, Earnhardt, Jr., Kasey Kahne, and Denny Hamlin for example - have links to the Sprint Cup schedules right on their websites, as well as any other series they may race in (such as Nationwide or Camping World Truck). On Stewart's site, for example, the schedule link is under "Racing" - click the link and you'll go directly to the page. Kahne's website link is on the homepage as "Schedule" - clicking this link takes you to the schedule of races.
You can also find NASCAR schedules on news websites where auto racing is covered. On foxsports.com, for example, there is a "NASCAR" link on the home page. Hovering your mouse over the heading will produce a menu listing, which includes "schedules;" hovering over this heading gives you the choices of "Sprint Cup," "Nationwide," or "Truck." Click on the schedule of your choice and you will be taken to the season's schedule.
Another way to find NASCAR schedules is simply by typing "NASCAR schedule" into your favorite search engine and searching the World Wide Web. Doing this will bring up dozens, if not hundreds of websites, where you can find this season's schedule.