NASCAR is heading to Eldora.
The dirt track that Tony Stewart owns will play host to the Camping World Truck Series on Wednesday, July 24, the week before the Brickyard 400. It will be the first Camping World Truck Series race on dirt and the first time that NASCAR has raced on dirt since 1970.
In October, Stewart said that he would be "ecstatic" if the series visited his track. On Wednesday, Stewart said that he hadn't decided if he would be entering his track's inaugural NASCAR race.
The Truck Series will also be visiting Canadian Tire Motorsports Park for the first time on September 1. The series visited Atlanta on that weekend last year.
The schedule remains at 22 races, the same as 2012. It also doesn't feature a race in March. The first race of the season is February 22 at Daytona International Speedway and the second race is April 6 at Martinsville.
The full schedule is below:
Feb. 22 Daytona International Speedway
April 6 Martinsville Speedway
April 14 Rockingham Speedway
April 20 Kansas Speedway
May 17 Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 31 Dover International Speedway
June 7 Texas Motor Speedway
June 27 Kentucky Speedway
July 13 Iowa Speedway
July 24 Eldora Speedway
August 3 Pocono Raceway
August 17 Michigan International Speedway
August 21 Bristol Motor Speedway
September 1 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
September 8 Iowa Speedway
September 13 Chicagoland Speedway
September 28 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
October 19 Talladega Superspeedway
October 26 Martinsville Speedway
November 1 Texas Motor Speedway
November 8 Phoenix International Raceway
November 15 Homestead-Miami Speedway