Nashville Superspeedway doubles up its NASCAR offerings in 2011

Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 10:39pm
Staff reports

The Nashville Superspeedway announced Wednesday that it will have double the NASCAR events – twice – in 2011.

The Nationwide Series and the Camping World Truck Series each will stage two events at the Gladeville facility and they will do so on the same weekends, April 22 and 23 and July 22 and 23.

Friday nights will belong to the trucks with both Camping World races under the lights. The April 23 Nationwide race will start in the afternoon while the July 23 “Federated Auto Parts 300” will go in the evening.

“We’re excited to be able to team up the summer … races that we’ve hosted and give fans a two-day race weekend next July,” Cliff Hawks, vice president and general manager of Nashville Superspeedway, said in a release announcing the schedule. “Combined events add to the overall fan experience.

“We also hope that this new schedule entices some of the big names in the sport to continue to come to Nashville much like we saw with our April race weekend in years past.”

Deposits for 2011 season tickets and account renewals currently are being accepted. Sale dates for individual tickets have not been announced.

More detailed information is available at

1 Comment on this post:

By: Hotshoe17 on 8/19/10 at 7:31

Stan H.
This is great news. .............. Now, if they would go ahead and build the Drag Strip and Short Track, they could keep that place busy about 9 months out of the year.