NASCAR released its 2014 Sprint Cup Series schedule Tuesday and, as expected, it has few changes from this year.
The one significant change had been announced – Kansas Speedway will swap its early April date with the Mother's Day weekend date Darlington, S.C., has held for nearly a decade. Texas also changed its spring April race to a Sunday afternoon. It was on a Saturday night this season.
The remainder of the schedule is nearly identical to 2013.
Charlotte Motor Speedway will continue to host three events in NASCAR’s top series. The Sprint All-Star Race is slated for May 17 and the Coca-Cola 600 on May 25. The track’s fall date in 2014 will be Oct. 11.
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In addition to the schedule unveiling, NASCAR announced its Air Titan track drying system will be available at every Cup race weekend throughout the 2014 season.