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2022 Truck Series Playoffs

The series will return to wine country’s Sonoma Raceway for the first time since 1998, joining the Cup Series for a weekend doubleheader (June 11). Then, after trips to Knoxville Raceway (June 18) and Nashville Superspeedway (June 24) for the second consecutive year, the Camping World Truck Series will debut at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on July 9 – a track that hosted the NASCAR Xfinity Series on an annual basis from 2013 – 2021.

Kansas Speedway (Sept. 9) and Homestead-Miami Speedway (Oct. 22) will trim the Playoffs field.

NASCAR

  • Round of 10: Indianapolis Raceway Park, Richmond Raceway and Kansas Speedway
  • Round of 8: Bristol Motor Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway, and Homestead-Miami Speedway
  • Championship 4: Phoenix Raceway
RACE TRACK WINNER
1 Daytona International Speedway #38-Zane Smith
2 Las Vegas Motor Speedway #18-Chandler Smith
3 Atlanta Motor Speedway #51-Corey Heim
4 Circuit of the Americas #38-Zane Smith
5 Martinsville Speedway #7-William Byron (i)
6 Bristol Motor Speedway #99-Ben Rhodes
7 Darlington Raceway #4-John Hunter Nemechek
8 Kansas Speedway #38-Zane Smith
9 Texas Motor Speedeway #52-Stewart Friesen
10 Charlotte Motor Speedway #41-Ross Chastain (i)
11 World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway #51-Corey Heim
12 Sonoma Raceway #51-Kyle Busch (i)
13 Knoxville Raceway #17-Todd Gilliland (i)
14 Nashville Superspeedway #17-Ryan Preece
15 Mid-Ohio #75-Parker Kligerman
16 Pocono Raceway #18-Chandler Smith
ROUND OF 10
17 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis #23-Grant Enfinger
18 Richmond Raceway
19 Kansas Speedway
ROUND OF 8
20 Bristol Motor Speedway
21 Talladega Superspeedway
22 Homestead-Miami Speedway
ROUND OF 4 – CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
23 Phoenix Raceway

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