Here are the stage lengths for every Cup Series race in 2017

NASCAR races will be divided up into three segments in 2017. (Getty)
NASCAR races will be divided up into three segments in 2017. (Getty)

We now know the length of the three stages for all of NASCAR’s races in 2017.

As part of new rules implemented for the season, every race is broken up into three pieces. Points are awarded to drivers in the top 10 of each of the first two segments while race points are awarded for every driver at the end of the race.

Because of varying race and track lengths, there’s no hard divisions for the length of each race’s segments. Some tracks may have first and second segments longer than others.

“Every track is unique for its characteristics in length, surface and overall racing conditions,” NASCAR vice president Scott Miller said in a statement. “We worked closely with race teams on expected fuel and tire runs over the entirety of an event when considering stage lengths. And in the end, stage lengths were decided based upon what would provide the best race for fans.”

Here’s how the races will be broken up for the Cup Series.

Daytona 500: 60 laps/60 laps/80 laps
Atlanta: 85/85/155
Las Vegas: 80/80/107
Phoenix: 75/75/162
Fontana: 60/60/80
Martinsville: 130/130/240
Texas: 85/85/164
Bristol: 125/125/250
Richmond: 100/100/200
Talladega: 55/55/78
Kansas: 80/80/107
Charlotte: 115/115/170
Dover: 120/120/400
Pocono: 50/50/60
Michigan: 60/60/80
Sonoma: 25/25/60
Daytona: 40/40/80
Kentucky: 80/80/107
New Hampshire: 75/75/151
Indianapolis: 50/50/60
Pocono: 50/50/60
Watkins Glen: 20/20/50
Michigan: 60/60/80
Bristol: 125/125/250
Darlington: 100/100/167
Richmond: 100/100/200
Chicago: 80/80/107
New Hampshire: 75/75/150
Dover: 120/120/160
Charlotte: 90/90/154
Talladega: 55/55/78
Kansas: 80/80/107
Martinsville: 130/130/240
Texas: 85/85/164
Phoenix: 75/75/162
Miami: 80/80/107

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