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Statistics and race information for the NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400 and NASCAR Xfinity Series Wawa 250 Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway. Motor Racing Network will have live radio coverage for both races. Check schedule for broadcast times.

NASCAR Cup Series – August 29

Race Recap and Results Paint Schemes
Starting Lineup Pit Stall Assignments
Driver Averages Laps Led Leaders
Driver Ratings Driver Stats
Race Winners Pole Winners
Schedule Entry List

NASCAR Xfinity Series – August 28

Race Recap Race Results
Starting Lineup Driver Stats
Schedule Entry List

See Also: WWT Raceway Schedule and Lineup (Gander Trucks and ARCA)


Track Length: 2.5 Miles
Race Length: 160 laps, 400 miles
First Race: Feb. 22, 1959 – Daytona 500
Banking in Corners: 31 degrees
Banking on Straights: 3 degrees
Banking on Tri-Oval: 18 degrees
Frontstretch: 3,800 feet
Backstretch: 3,000 feet

Stage Lengths

Cup: Stage 1 ends at Lap 50; Stage 2 ends at Lap 100; Final stage ends at Lap 160
Xfinity:
Stage 1 ends at Lap 30; Stage 2 ends at Lap 60; Final stage ends at Lap 100


Previous 2020 Race Centers

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Darlington Charlotte
Bristol Atlanta
Martinsville Homestead-Miami
Talladega Pocono
Indianapolis Kentucky
Bristol All-Star Texas
Kansas New Hampshire
Michigan Daytona Road Course
Dover