Nascar Nextgen Updated

NASCAR car configuration assignments by track for 2022 season

With the NASCAR Cup Series Next Gen car configurations set, take a look at which of them will be used at each of the tracks on this season’s schedule.

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TrackTrack type, distanceHorsepowerSpoiler
Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumShort, 0.25 miles6704 inches
Daytona International SpeedwaySuperspeedway, 2.5 miles510 7 inches
Auto Club SpeedwayIntermediate, 2 miles6704 inches
Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.5 miles6704 inches
Phoenix RacewayIntermediate, 1 mile6704 inches
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.54 miles5107 inches
Circuit of the AmericasRoad Course, 3.41 miles6704 inches
Richmond RacewayShort, 0.75 miles6704 inches
Martinsville SpeedwayShort, 0.526 miles6704 inches
Bristol Motor Speedway — DirtShort, 0.533 miles6704 inches
Talladega SuperspeedwaySuperspeedway, 2.66 miles510 7 inches
Dover Motor SpeedwayIntermediate, 1 mile6704 inches
Darlington RacewayIntermediate, 1.366 miles6704 inches
Kansas SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.5 miles6704 inches
Texas Motor SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.5 miles6704 inches
Charlotte Motor SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.5 miles6704 inches
World Wide Technology RacewayIntermediate, 1.25 miles6704 inches
Sonoma RacewayRoad Course, 1.99 miles6704 inches
Nashville SuperspeedwayIntermediate, 1.33 miles6704 inches
Road AmericaRoad Course, 4.048 miles6704 inches
New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.058 miles6704 inches
Pocono RacewayIntermediate, 2.5 miles6704 inches
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road CourseRoad Course, 2.439 miles6704 inches
Michigan International SpeedwayIntermediate, 2 miles6704 inches
Watkins Glen InternationalRoad Course, 2.45 miles6704 inches
Bristol Motor SpeedwayShort, 0.533 miles6704 inches
Charlotte Motor Speedway Road CourseRoad Course, 2.32 miles6704 inches
Homestead-Miami SpeedwayIntermediate, 1.5 miles6704 inches