2016 Grand National Series Schedule

The Premier Racing League has released the schedule for the 2016 Grand National Series, which will utilize the NASCAR XFINITY Series cars on iRacing. PRL again aims to spice up the current NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule by bringing back some classic NXS tracks from the glory days of the series.

Like the Premier Racing League AdvoCare Cup Series, the Grand National Series will start out its year at the Daytona International Speedway on February 15th, and end the year at the Atlanta Motor Speedway on November 21st for AdvoCare We Build Champions Week. The Grand National Series will follow the AdvoCare Cup Series to many events on the 2016 calendar, including the return to Rockingham Speedway on February 22nd.

Other notable events to the schedule will be the last race on the Irwindale Speedway on March 7th before it is demolished. The Milwaukee Mile makes its return to the schedule on April 4th, joined by Gateway Motorsports Park on June 20th, and Lucas Oil Raceway on July 18th. On the back half of the schedule will be the addition of South Boston Speedway on August 29th, and Five Flags Speedway on October 24th.

The Grand National Series will also introduce a Chase to it’s season to crown it’s champion. The last 9 races of the season will be broken into 3 segments, allowing 12 drivers to make the post season and leaving 4 drivers to race for the 2016 Grand National Championship in the last 3 races at Phoenix, Homestead, and Atlanta.

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

2016 AdvoCare Cup Series Schedule

The Premier Racing League has announced the 2016 Schedule for their flagship AdvoCare Cup Series. PRL aimed to keep the spirit of the current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule but wanted to add some new flavor and bring back a old favorite.

PRL will start the year out at Daytona International Speedway on February 16th for the Inaugural Daytona 300. The Daytona 300 will also serve as the qualifier for the first AdvoCare Fast 5 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the AdvoCare World 400 on May 24th, giving the Top 5 finishers a chance to win an extra $50. The other AdvoCare Fast 5 races will be the AdvoCare Brickyard 300 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 19th, the AdvoCare Southern 300 at Darlington Raceway on August 23rd, the AdvoCare Spark Energy 300 at Talladega Superspeedway on October 18th, and the season finale AdvoCare We Build Champions 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on November 22nd.

Other major changes will be the return on Rockingham Speedway on February 23rd, and the addition of Road America on May 17th, Iowa Speedway on June 14th, and Circuit of the Americas on July 12th.

The AdvoCare Chase for the Championship will involve 4 rounds of 3 races to help provide a more fair but exciting championship for our fans and competitors. The 2016 Chase will start at Richmond International Raceway on August 30th.

2/9 – Daytona International Speedway (Non-Points Event)
2/16 – Daytona International Speedway
2/23 – Rockingham Speedway
3/1 – Las Vegas Motor Speedway
3/8 – Phoenix International Raceway
3/15 – Auto Club Speedway
3/22 – Martinsville Speedway
3/29 – Easter
4/5 – Texas Motor Speedway
4/12 – Bristol Motor Speedway
4/19 – Richmond International Raceway
4/26 – Talladega Superspeedway
5/3 – Kentucky Motor Speedway
5/10 – Dover International Speedway
5/17 – Road America
5/24 – Charlotte Motor Speedway
5/31 – Memorial Day
6/7 – Off Week
6/14 – Iowa Speedway
6/21 – Sonoma Raceway
6/28 – Daytona International Speedway
7/5 – Independence Day
7/12 – Circuit of the Americas
7/19 – Indianapolis Motor Speedway
7/26 – Pocono Raceway
8/2 – Watkins Glen International
8/9 – Michigan International Speedway
8/16 – Bristol Motor Speedway
8/23 – Darlington Raceway
*Round of 16*
8/30 – Richmond International Raceway
9/6 – Labor Day
9/13 – Chicagoland Speedway
9/20 – New Hampshire Motor Speedway
*Round of 12*
9/27 – Dover International Speedway
10/4 – Charlotte Motor Speedway
10/11 – Kansas Speedway
*Round of 8*
10/18 – Talladega Superspeedway
10/25 – Martinsville Speedway
11/1 – Texas Motor Speedway
*Championship 4*
11/8 – Phoenix International Raceway
11/15 – Homestead Miami Speedway
11/22 – Atlanta Motor Speedway

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