Nascar has released the schedule 2021 for the Nascar Camping World Truck Series. The schedule is highlighted by traditional trips and new tracks, such as a new fight in the dirt on a legendary Nascar track and a second dirt competition at another historic but brand new venue.
On 27 March the Nascar Camping World Truck Series dirt race will take place at the Bristol Motor Speedway along with the Nascar Cup Series.
On 9th July the Truck will move into the Knoxville Raceway, it will be one of the country's most legendary and highly anticipated tracks situated in Knoxville, Iowa. In 1901 the Knoxville Raceway hosted the first race and was recognized for its long and rich history of Sprint car racing. When the Camping World Truck Series strikes the ground in the Hawkeye State, it will be the first time a Nascar national series has battled in Knoxville.
In 2021, the Camping World Truck Series will start 16 national series triple-header weekends, such as Circuit of the Americas and Nashville Superspeedway. Since 2000 for the first time, the Camping World Truck Series will return to Watkins Glen International on 7 August.
The series will also play at Pocono Raceway along with Nascar Cup Series on June 26. All three national series will participate in the Nascar Cup Series doubleheader weekend at the Tricky Triangle.
The World Wide Technology Raceway in Gateway will back to host the start of playoffs on 20 August 2021. The two historic short circuits will decide which driver will continue their playoffs. The Bristol Motor Speedway reduces the number of races to eight, and Martinsville Speedway will determine the last four drivers who will contest a championship at Phoenix Raceway on 5, November 2021. See the below full Nascar Camping World Truck Series Schedule 2021.
|Date||Race Tilte / Venue|
|Friday, February 12||Daytona International Speedway|
|Friday, February 19||Homestead-Miami Speedway|
|Friday, March 5||Las Vegas Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, March 20||Atlanta Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, March 27||Bristol Dirt|
|Saturday, April 17||Richmond Raceway|
|Saturday, May 1||Kansas Speedway|
|Friday, May 7||Darlington Raceway|
|Saturday, May 22||Circuit of the Americas|
|Friday, May 28||Charlotte Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, June 12||Texas Motor Speedway|
|Friday, June 18||Nashville Superspeedway|
|Saturday, June 26||Pocono Raceway|
|Friday, July 9||Knoxville Raceway|
|Saturday, August 7||Watkins Glen International|
|Friday, August 20||World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway|
|Sunday, September 5||Canadian Tire Motorsport Park|
|Thursday, September 16||Bristol Motor Speedway|
|Friday, September 24||Las Vegas Motor Speedway|
|Saturday, October 2||Talladega Superspeedway|
|Saturday, October 30||Martinsville Speedway|
|Friday, November 5||Phoenix Raceway|