2016 Truck Series Schedule

The Premier Racing League is glad to announce the schedule for the 2016 Truck Series. Bringing back the excitement from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in the 90s, the 2016 Premier Racing League Truck Series will be running many popular short tracks from the iRacing Simulation.

The Truck Series will be joining the Premier Racing League Grand National Series and AdvoCare Cup Series at Daytona on February 14th to start the year and ending the season for AdvoCare We Build Champions Week at Atlanta Motor Speedway for the season finale on November 20th. The Truck Series will also be joining the other series at Rockingham Speedway on February 21st and Richmond International Raceway on April 17th.

Doubling up with the Grand National Series for many events in 2016, the Truck Series will head to Irwindale Speedway on March 6th, The Milwaukee Mile on April 3rd, Lucas Oil Raceway on July 17th, South Boston Speedway on August 28th, and Five Flags Speedway on October 23rd. The trucks will also be adding a second road course event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on July 10th.

The Truck Series will also have three stand alone events in 2016, New Smyrna Speedway on April 10th, Canadian Tire Motorsports Park on August 21st, and Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on October 2nd.

The Premier Racing League Truck Series will also use the same Chase format as the Grand National Series, with the last 9 races being broken into 3 segments, ending the year with 4 drivers fighting for the 2016 Truck Series Championship in the last 3 races.

2/14 – Daytona International Speedway
2/21 – Rockingham Speedway
2/28 – Las Vegas Motor Speedway
3/6 – Irwindale Speedway
3/13 – Off Week
3/20 – Martinsville Speedway
3/27 – Easter
4/3 – The Milwaukee Mile
4/10 – New Smyrna Speedway
4/17 – Richmond International Raceway
4/24 – Off Week
5/1 – Kentucky Speedway
5/8 – Dover International Speedway
5/15 – Off Week
5/22 – Charlotte Motor Speedway
5/29 – Memorial Day
6/5 – Off Week
6/12 – Iowa Speedway
6/19 – Gateway Motorsports Park
6/26 – Off Week
7/3 – Independence Day
7/10 – Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
7/17 – Lucas Oil Raceway
7/24 – Pocono Raceway
7/31 – Off Week
8/7 – Michigan International Speedway
8/14 – Bristol Motor Speedway
8/21 – Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
8/28 – South Boston Speedway
9/4 – Labor Day
9/11 – Chicagoland Speedway
9/18 – New Hampshire Motor Speedway
9/25 – Off Week
10-2 – Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
10/9 – Kansas Speedway
10/16 – Talladega Superspeedway
10/23 – Five Flags Speedway
10/30 – Texas Motor Speedway
11/6 – Phoenix International Speedway
11/13 – Homestead Miami Speedway
11/20 – Atlanta Motor Speedway

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