Darlington to Labor Day official for NASCAR's 2015 schedule

Nick Bromberg
From The Marbles
Darlington to Labor Day official for NASCAR's 2015 schedule

Darlington Raceway's move back to the Labor Day Weekend is official.

NASCAR released the 2015 Sprint Cup Series schedule on Tuesday and Darlington's 2015 race will be held on Sunday, Sept. 6. In a schedule reveal that was built up considerably the trade of dates between Darlington, Atlanta and Bristol was the only significant change delivered. And it was a change reported on Friday.

Atlanta Motor Speedway, where the Cup Series is racing Sunday, officially moves to the second race of the season. Atlanta will follow the Daytona 500. The track that followed the Daytona 500 this year, Phoenix Raceway, is now the fourth race of the year. NASCAR will go from Las Vegas Motor Speedway to Phoenix to Auto Club Speedway over three consecutive weeks.

The only change to the Chase schedule is a simple date swap. Charlotte Motor Speedway and Kansas Speedway swap places with each other. Charlotte is now the fourth race of the Chase and Kansas is fifth.

The last off-weekend of the season is now the final weekend of August. That's a very good move, as the stretch of races from Indianapolis to the end of the season without a week off is brutal.

Here's the full Sprint Cup Series Schedule. The yet-to-be-officially-named-for-2015 Nationwide Series schedule and Camping World Truck Series schedules are below as well.

February 14: Sprint Unlimited
February 19: Duel at Daytona
February 22: Daytona 500
March 1: Atlanta
March 8: Las Vegas
March 15: Phoenix
March 22: Auto Club
March 29: Martinsville:
April 11: Texas
April 19: Bristol
April 25: Richmond
May 3: Talladega
May 9: Kansas
May 16: All-Star Race
May 24: Charlotte
May 31: Dover
June 7: Pocono
June 14: Michigan
June 28: Sonoma
July 5: Daytona
July 11: Kentucky
July 19: New Hampshire
July 26: Indianapolis
August 2: Pocono
August 9: Watkins Glen
August 16: Michigan
August 22: Bristol
September 6: Darlington
September 12: Richmond
September 20: Chicago
September 27: New Hampshire
October 4: Dover
October 10: Charlotte
October 18: Kansas
October 25: Talladega
November 1: Martinsville
November 8: Texas
November 15: Phoenix
November 22: Homestead

Nationwide Series

February 21: Daytona
February 28: Atlanta
March 7: Las Vegas
March 14: Phoenix
March 21: Auto Club
April 10: Texas
April 18: Bristol
April 24: Richmond
May 2: Talladega
May 17: Iowa
May 23: Charlotte
May 30: Dover
June 13: Michigan
June 20: Chicago
July 4: Daytona
July 10: Kentucky
July 18: New Hampshire
July 25: Indianapolis
August 1: Iowa
August 8: Watkins Glen
August 15: Mid-Ohio
August 21: Bristol
August 29: Road America
September 5: Darlington
September 11: Richmond
September 19: Chicago
September 26: Kentucky
October 3: Dover
October 9: Charlotte
October 17: Kansas
November 7: Texas
November 14: Phoenix
November 21: Homestead

Camping World Truck Series

February 20: Daytona
February 28: Atlanta
March 28: Martinsville
May 8: Kansas
May 15: Charlotte
May 29: Dover
June 5: Texas
June 13: Gateway
June 19: Iowa
July 9: Kentucky
July 22: Eldora
August 1: Pocono
August 15: Michigan
August 19: Bristol
August 30: MoSport
September 18: Chicago
September 26: New Hampshire
October 3: Las Vegas
October 24: Talladega
October 31: Martinsville
November 6: Texas
November 13: Phoenix
November 20: Homestead

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