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Updated NASCAR Cup Series Schedule

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May 20th, 2020

NASCAR came roaring back on Sunday afternoon with The Real Heroes 400 at Darlington Raceway. There weren't any fans in the stands due to stringent new health restrictions, but plenty of viewers watched from home as Kevin Harvick captured the checkered flag in the organization's first event in more than two months.

The race kicked off a fast and furious stretch that now includes four events held over a 10-day span. We haven't seen such an aggressive schedule since 1971, when the Cup Series was comprised of 48 races, and it may produce some very unpredictable results.

We've included dates, times, and complete viewing information for NASCAR's next 17 races below. Buckle up! It could be a bumpy ride.

2020 NASCAR Cup Series schedule

DateEventTrackTV Network
May 20 (7:30 PM ET)
Toyota 500
Darlington Raceway
FS1 / MRN
May 24 (6:00 PM ET)
Coca-Cola 600
Charlotte Motoro Speedway
FOX / PRN
May 27 (8:00 PM ET)
NASCAR Cup Series Race at Charlotte 2
Charlotte Motor Speedway
FS1 / PRN
May 31 (3:30 PM ET)
Food City 500
Bristol Motoro Speedway
FS1 / PRN
June 7 (3:00 PM ET)
Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500
Atlanta Motor Speedway
FOX / PRN
June 10 (7:00 PM ET)
Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500
Martinsville Speedway
FS1 / MRN
June 14 (3:30 PM ET)
Dixie Vodka 400
Homestead-Miami Speedway
FOX / MRN
June 21 (3:00 PM ET)
Geico 500
Talladega Superspeedway
FOX / MRN
June 27 (3:00 PM ET)
Kids Free 325
Pocono Raceway
NBCSN / MRN
June 28 (3;30 PM ET)
Worry-Free Weather Guarantee 350
Pocono Raceway
NBCSN / MRN
July 5 (3:30 PM ET)
Big Machine Vodka 400
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
NBC
July 11 (7:30 PM ET)
Quaker State 400
Kentucky Speedway
NBCSN / PRN
July 19 (3:00 PM ET)
Foxwoods Resort Casino 301
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
NBCSN / PRN
August 9 (3:00 PM ET)
Consumers Energy 400
Michigan International Speedway
NBCSN / MRN
August 16 (3;00 PM ET)
Go Bowling at the Glen
Watkins Glen International
NBCSN / MRN
August 23 (3:00 PM ET)
Drydene 400
Dover International Speedway
NBCSN / MRN
August 29 (7:30 PM ET)
Coke Zero Sugar 400
Daytona International Speedway
NBC / MRN

Now that The Real Heroes 400 is in the rearview mirror, Kevin Harvick has his sights set on winning his second NASCAR championship. "The Closer" has finished third in the standings in each of the past three years.

Odds to win the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Championship

Driver2020 NASCAR Cup Series Odds
Kevin Harvick
+450
Kyle Busch
+550
Joey Logano
+600
Martin Trueex Jr.
+700
Chase Elliott
+800
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