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Come for the big NASCAR three-day weekend of Friday November 17 through Sunday November 19 at the Homestead Miami Speedway. You’ll see three NASCAR Championships in one weekend at this venue, and it doesn’t get any better than that!

Be at the track to celebrate the new champions first hand. Plan a group trip your family and friends and charter a bus — the safest, most affordable and greenest way to go.

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Why NASCAR?

NASCAR stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing and is second only to the NFL for sports as far as television viewers and U.S. fans. Internationally, it has a big name as well and viewers in more than 150 countries watch NASCAR races. NASCAR was founded in 1948 as a family-owned and operated business and remains that way today. It oversees multiple auto-racing events by sanctioning and governing their operation.

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Different Levels of Professional Competition

The highest level of professional NASCAR competition is the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, which has 36 races that span over 10 months. Jimmie Johnson won the Cup five consecutive times (seven times total) and is the only racecar driver to have done that.

The NASCAR XFINITY Series is the second highest level of professional competition and in 2016, Daniel Suárez won the championship title. Typically, the season runs a few races shorter than the Monster Energy Cup Series.

The Camping World Truck Series is the third NASCAR division and modified pickup trucks race in this division. Johnny Sauter was the 2016 champion. The main difference in this series’ format is that eight instead of 12 drivers qualify for the Chase with only two drivers (instead of four in XFINITY Series) being eliminated in preliminary rounds. The final race is among four drivers (same as XFINITY).

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NASCAR Championships Weekend

What’s in store for you this weekend? When you know the NASCAR Championships and events schedule , you can plan to be at the right race or event at the right time. The weekend schedule is as follows:

Friday, November 17

8:00am    Hot Rods and Reels Charity Fishing Tournament

8:30am    Gates Open NASCAR Camping World Truck Series First Practice

10:30am  NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Final Practice

12:30pm  Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series First Practice

2:00pm    NASCAR XFINITY Series First Practice

3:45pm    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Qualifying

5:00pm    NASCAR XFINITY Series Final Practice

6:15pm    Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Qualifying

7:30pm    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver Introductions

8:00pm    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship – Ford EcoBoost 200

10:45pm   Post Race Championship Celebration

Saturday, November 18

9:30am     Gates Open FanVision Fan Zone Open

10:00am   Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Second Practice

11:00am   Pre-Race Pit Pass Open

11:15am   NASCAR XFINITY Series Qualifying

1:00pm     Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Final Practice

3:00pm     NASCAR XFINITY Series Driver Introductions

3:30pm     NASCAR XFINITY Series Championship – Ford EcoBoost 300

6:30pm     Post Race Championship Celebration

Sunday, November 19

9:30am     Ford Car Show

10:00am   Gates Open Pre-Race Pit Pass Open FanVision Fan Zone Open

1:50pm     Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Driver Introductions

2:30pm     Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship – Ford EcoBoost 400

6:00pm     Post Race Championship Celebration

Weekend Racing Highlights

Ford EcoBoost 400

When Jimmie Johnson claimed his seventh title at the Ford EcoBoost 400 last year, history was made. Be there to see who will win this year’s championship at the last cup series title race of the weekend on Sunday.

Ford EcoBoost 200

Qualifying races to participate in the final take place throughout Friday and you can pick your favorite to cheer on in the final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship — Ford EcoBoost 200. The race begins at 8:00 p.m. Friday night and the Post Race Championship Celebration kicks off at 10:45 p.m.

Ford EcoBoost 300

The qualifying NASCAR XFINITY Series — Ford EcoBoost 300 races begin on Saturday with the gates opening at 9:30 a.m.

If you go for the Fan Vision Fan Zone access, you can enjoy a complimentary lunch buffet and snacks along with a Pre-Race Pit pass. Watch everything from the NASCAR INFINITY Series practice laps to qualifying race. You can also watch the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series take their final practice laps for the Ford EcoBoost 400 race. Race driver introductions begin a half hour before the Championship Ford Ecoboost 300 starts (8:00 p.m.) and the Post-Race Championship Celebration is held afterward at 10:45 p.m.

Start Planning Your Trip to the NASCAR Championships in Miami!

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