1995 schedule

*Tentative 1995 Winston Cup Schedule (as reported by Winston Cup Scene, Nov 10) * NASCAR will release the official 1995 schedule in December during the activities leading up to the 1994 Awards Banquet in New ...

1995 schedule

*Tentative 1995 Winston Cup Schedule (as reported by Winston Cup Scene, Nov 10)

* NASCAR will release the official 1995 schedule in December during the activities leading up to the 1994 Awards Banquet in New York.

Date Race, Location TV

Feb 19 Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla CBS 26 Goodwrench 500, Rockingham, N.C. TNN March 5 Pontiac Excietement 400, Richmond, Va TBS 12 Purolator 500, Hampton, Ga ABC 26 Transouth Financial 400, Darlington, S.C. ESPN April 2 Food City 500, Bristol Tenn ESPN 9 First Union 400, North Wildesboro, N.C. ESPN 23 Hanes 500, Martinsville, Va ESPN 30 Winston Select 500, Talladega, Ala ESPN May 7 Save Mart Supermarkets 300, Sonoma, Calif ESPN 28 Coca-Cola 600, Concord, N.C. TBS June 4 Budweiser 500, Dover, Del TNN 11 UAW-GM Teamwork 500, Long Pond, Pa TNN 18 Miller Genuine Draft 400, Brooklyn, Mich CBS July 1 Pepsi 400, Daytona Beach, Fla ESPN 9 Slick 50 300, Loudon, N.H. TNN 16 Miller Genuine Draft 500, Long Pond, Pa TBS 23 Diehard 500, Talladega, Ala CBS Aug 5 Brickyard 400, Indianapolis, Ind ABC 13 The Bud at the Glen, Watkins Glen, NY ESPN 20 GM Goodwrench Dealer 400, Brooklyn, Mich ESPN 26 Goody's 500, Bristol, Tenn ESPN Sept 3 Mountain Dew Southern 500, Darlington, SC ESPN 9 Miller Genuine Draft 400, Richmond, Va TBS 17 Splitfire Spark Plug 500, Dover, Del TNN 24 Goody's 500, Martinsville, Va ESPN Oct 1 Tyson Holly Farms 400, North Wildesboro, N.C. ESPN 8 National 500, Concord, N.C. TBS 22 AC-Delco 400, Rockingham, N.C. TNN 29 Slick 50 500, Phoenix, Ariz TNN Nov 12 Hooters 500, Hampton, Ga ESPN

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