Short tracks, super speedways, ovals, road courses, and even a triangle - NASCAR drivers race on lots of different tracks!
Sitting on 887 acres, this 1.54-mile standard oval track has 46 condos and hosts all three series right after the Daytona 500.
Auto Club Speedway, formerly California Speedway, is a two- mile, low-banked, d-shaped oval superspeedway. Also has a 1/4 mile dragstrip and a midway fanzone that includes a restaurant, lounge area, retails store and an entertainment stage.
Bristol is known for its short 0.53 mile concrete oval track, and while speeds on short tracks are slower than most NASCAR oval tracks, here they are higher due to the high banking. Also at the facility is a 0.25 mile dragstrip nicknamed Thunder Valley.
Features a 2.459 mile track, 10-turn road course, 2.9 km advance driver and race driver training facility with a quarter-mile skid pad and a 1.5 km kart track.
At nearly 2,000 acres, the complex includes a 1.5 mile superspeedway, a 2.25 mile road course, a 6/10ths mile karting layout, a quarter mile oval, and a 1/5th mile oval.
Sitting on 930 acres, the Chicagoland Speedway has a 1.5 mile d-shaped, tri-oval speedway track, and is next to its sister track the Route 66 Raceway.
The original paved superspeedway in NASCAR history is an egg-shaped oval with one corner tighter, narrower, more steeply banked than the others.
Daytona is home to the most prestigious race in NASCAR: The Daytona 500. The facility has a 2.5 mile high speed tri-oval, a 3.56 mile sports car course, a 2.95 mile motorcycle course, a 0.25 mile karting and motorcycle flat-track, and a 29 acre lake which hosts powerboat racing.
Originally designed to accommodate both horse racing and motorsports events, Dover is a short track that's exactly one mile long and sits on 750 acres.
Half a mile dirt track owned by three time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion, Tony Stewart.
St. Louis' largest outdoor entertainment facility and host to multiple major professional racing organizations, features a oval track, race course and drag strip.
Homestead-Miami has hosted the final races of the season for all three NASCAR series since 2002. Sitting on 600 acres, the facility has a 1.5 mile oval, and a 2.21 mile road course.
Sitting on over 559 acres, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has a 2.5 mile rectangular oval track, a 2.6 mile infield road course, and a 2.6 mile motorcycle course.
Approximately 30 miles east of Des Moines, this 7/8-mile oval track is the only track designed by a former driver, NASCAR Hall of Fame Driver Rusty Wallace and is the only major professional sports venue in the state of Iowa.
This 1.5-mile trioval race track currently hosts two NASCAR race weekends and also has a 6 turn 2.37 mile road course with twists through the infield.
Sitting on 1,000 acres, Kentucky is a 1.5 mile tri-oval track with a 1,600-foot backstretch and hosted NASCAR events since its opening.
This 1.5 mile tri-oval track is located on a 1,200 acre complex and includes a 0.375-mile bullring oval, a 0.5-mile dirt track, a 1/4 mile drag strip, and 4 road courses.
This 0.526 mile track is the shortest track on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series circuit.
This two-mile d-shaped track is on more than 1,400 acres and is the fatest NASCAR track.
This 15-turn road course track runs clockwise and allows drivers to catch a speed of 180mph.
The largest sports facility in New England, the New Hampshire Motor Speedway sits on approximately 1,200 acres and features a 1 mile oval speedway, a 1.6 mile road course, and a 0.25 mile mini oval.
This 1 mile low-banked tri-oval was originally constructed with a 2.5-mile road course and is home to two annual NASCAR race weekends.
Located in the Pocono mountains, this superspeedway has turns that were modeled after three other tracks. There are three infield configurations however, each of which use a different corner of the race track to complete a smaller infield track.
D-shaped oval track that once sold out 33 consecutive Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races and has hosted the final regular season race since 2004.
Situated on 640 acres and hosts over 400 events a year, this 4.048 mile course is a one of only a handful of road circuits in the world that maintains its original configuration.
Originally named Sears Point International Raceway on 720 acres, the facility has grown to 1,600 acres and hosts 340 days of racing activities a year.
The longest NASCAR tri-oval track at 2.66 miles long. NASCAR stock cars often reach speeds of over 200 mph at this superspeedway.
This quad-oval designed track is 1.5 miles, positioned on 1,500 acres and houses 4 variations of a road course, a dirt track and a 1/5-mile track.
NASCAR stock cars only race on the 11 twists and turns of 2.454 miles of this road course called "The Glen" that also hosts concerts, festivals and other popular racing organizations.