We bring the NASCAR OffSeason to you with all of the latest information as we gear up for the 2021 racing year.

Keep checking this site every week a we load up what you need to know before a new year ramps up.

NASCAR OffSeason for November 7-14

  1. NASCAR Offseason Awards Show will be broadcast on Wednesday, November 18th, 2020 on NBCSN at 8pm ET. This one and a half hour show will celebrae the 2020 champions which include RV & Outdoors Truck Series, Sheldon Creed along with NASCAR Cup Series Chase Elliott, and NASCAR Xfinity Series winner Austin Cindric. The program will have co-hoss, Kelli Stavas and Marty Snider and musical guest is county music star Chris Stapleton. He will play his newest single “Arkansas” from the “Starting Over” album which is a tribute to newly retired even time NASCAR Cup Series champion, Jimmie Johnson. The show will feature other awards such as the Bill France Award of Excellence along with the 2020 Most Popular Drives and Sunoco Rookie of the Year in each series. Other awards will be given out.          The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has extended a sponsorship agreement with the Las Vegas Motor Speedway designed to keep two NASCAR races a year at the track through 2031.


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 John Hunter Nemechek informs team he will not return in 2021

Two-time NASCAR Cup Series championship-winning crew chief Adam Stevens will not return to the No. 18 team as Kyle Busch’s crew chief in 2021, Joe Gibbs Racing announced on Tuesday afternoon as it unveiled its crew chief lineups for the upcoming season.

Ben Beshore will serve as Busch’s new crew chief, while Stevens shifts over to the No. 20 team and driver Christopher Bell in his first Cup Series season at JGR. Chris Gayle had been the crew chief of the No. 20 team with driver Erik Jones for the past three seasons.

elow is the full 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule

Date Track
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