NASCAR unveils 2007 calendar

NASCAR officials have unveiled their 2007 calendar - with little change from this season's 38-race schedule

NASCAR unveils 2007 calendar

Again the season begins and ends in Florida, from the Daytona 500 in February through to the championship finale at Homestead, Miami in November.

There are no additional races or changes to the tracks the races will take place on, but there are a few minor changes to the order of some of the races.

In July, the series will go from New Hampshire (July 1), to Daytona (July 7) and then Chicagoland Speedway (July 15). Previously, the order was Daytona, Chicago and then New Hampshire.

Also, the Brickyard 400 will close out July (July 29), followed the next week (August 5) by Pocono. Previously, Pocono preceded Indianapolis. Those two races will follow the season's final open weekend.

Date Site Feb 10 Budweiser Shootout at Daytona * Feb 18 Daytona International Speedway Feb 25 California Speedway Mar 11 Las Vegas Motor Speedway Mar 18 Atlanta Motor Speedway Mar 25 Bristol Motor Speedway Apr 1 Martinsville Speedway Apr 15 Texas Motor Speedway Apr 21 Phoenix International Raceway Apr 29 Talladega Superspeedway May 5 Richmond International Raceway May 12 Darlington Raceway May 19 NASCAR NEXTEL All-Star Challenge - Lowe's Motor Speedway * May 27 Lowe's Motor Speedway Jun 3 Dover International Speedway Jun 10 Pocono Raceway Jun 17 Michigan International Speedway Jun 24 Infineon Raceway Race to the Chase Jul 1 New Hampshire International Speedway Jul 7 Daytona International Speedway Jul 15 Chicagoland Speedway Jul 29 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Aug 5 Pocono Raceway Aug 12 Watkins Glen International Aug 19 Michigan International Speedway Aug 25 Bristol Motor Speedway Sep 2 California Speedway Sep 8 Richmond International Raceway Chase for the Championship Sep 16 New Hampshire International Speedway Sep 23 Dover International Speedway Sep 30 Kansas Speedway Oct 7 Talladega Superspeedway Oct 13 Lowe's Motor Speedway Oct 21 Martinsville Speedway Oct 28 Atlanta Motor Speedway Nov 4 Texas Motor Speedway Nov 11 Phoenix International Raceway Nov 18 Homestead-Miami Speedway * Non-championship points events 
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