2003 Winston Cup schedule

US sanctioning body NASCAR has revealed a largely unchanged calendar for its 2003 Winston Cup. The Daytona 500 in February will be the first of 36 weekends of racing, ending back in Florida in November at Homestead. The October fixture at Lowe's Motor Speedway has become a Saturday night race, but no other changes have been made, and the Winston Cup will again visit 23 tracks in 19 states. Click on either link for the full calendar

2003 Winston Cup schedule

2003 NASCAR Winston Cup Series

February 16 Daytona International Speedway>br>
February 23 North Carolina Speedway

March 2 Las Vegas Motor Speedway

March 9 Atlanta Motor Speedway

March 16 Darlington Raceway

March 23 Bristol Motor Speedway

March 30 Texas Motor Speedway

April 6 Talladega Superspeedway

April 13 Martinsville Speedway

April 27 California Speedway

May 3 Richmond International Raceway

May 25 Lowe's Motor Speedway

June 1 Dover International Speedway

June 8 Pocono Raceway

June 15 Michigan International Speedway

June 22 Infineon Raceway

July 5 Daytona International Speedway

July 13 Chicagoland Speedway

July 20 New Hampshire International Speedway

July 27 Pocono Raceway

August 3 Indianapolis Motor Speedway

August 10 Watkins Glen International

August 17 Michigan International Speedway

August 23 Bristol Motor Speedway

August 31 Darlington Raceway

September 6 Richmond International Raceway

September 14 New Hampshire International Speedway

September 21 Dover International Speedway

September 28 Talladega Superspeedway

October 5 Kansas Speedway

October 11 Lowe's Motor Speedway

October 19 Martinsville Speedway

October 26 Atlanta Motor Speedway

November 2 Phoenix International Raceway

November 9 North Carolina Speedway

November 16 Homestead-Miami Speedway

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