1995 schedule

NASCAR: Winston Cup 1995 ------------------------- Date Event Location Race* TV Qualifying* ---- ----- -------- ---- -- ---------- ...

1995 schedule

NASCAR: Winston Cup 1995 -------------------------

 Date Event Location Race* TV Qualifying* ---- ----- -------- ---- -- ---------- 
 2/19 Daytona 500 Daytona Beach, FL 12:15PM CBS 2/11 2:00PM 2/26 Goodwrench 500 Rockingham, NC 12:30PM TNN 2/24 2:30PM 3/05 Pontiac 400 Richmond, VA 1:15PM TBS 3/03 3:00PM 3/12 Purolator 500 Hampton, GA 1:00PM ABC 3/10 2:30PM 3/26 Transouth 400 Darlington, SC 1:00PM ESPN 3/24 3:00PM 4/02 Food City 500 Bristol, TN 1:10PM ESPN 3/31 4:45PM 4/09 First Union 400 N. Wilkesboro, NC 1:00PM ESPN 4/07 3:00PM 4/23 Hanes 500 Martinsville, VA 12:00PM ESPN 4/21 3:00PM 4/30 Winston Select 500 Talladega, AL 12:30PM ESPN 4/28 3:00PM 5/07 Save Mart 300 Sonoma, CA 1:00PM ESPN 5/05 3:30PM 5/28 Coca Cola 600 Concord, NC 5:00PM TBS 5/24 7:00PM 6/04 Dover 500 Dover, DE 12:10PM TNN 6/02 3:00PM 6/11 UAW-GM 500 Long Pond, PA 12:30PM TNN 6/09 3:00PM 6/18 MGD 400 Brooklyn, MI 1:00PM CBS 6/16 3:30PM 7/01 Pepsi 400 Daytona Beach, FL 11:00AM ESPN 6/29 2:30PM 7/09 Slick 50 300 Loudon, NH 1:00PM TNN 7/07 3:00PM 7/16 MGD 500 Long Pond, PA 1:00PM TBS 7/14 3:00PM 7/23 Diehard 500 Talladega, AL 12:15PM CBS 7/21 3:00PM 8/05 Brickyard 400 Indianapolis, IN 12:00PM ABC 8/03 3:00PM 8/13 Bud at the Glen Watkins Glen, NY 1:00PM ESPN 8/11 3:00PM 8/20 GM Goodwrench 400 Brooklyn, MI 12:30PM ESPN 8/18 3:30PM 8/26 Goody's 500 Bristol, TN 7:40PM ESPN 8/25 7:35PM 9/03 Mountain Dew 500 Darlington, SC 1:00PM ESPN 9/01 3:00PM 9/09 MGD 400 Richmond, VA 7:30PM TBS 9/08 5:30PM 9/17 Deleware 500 Dover, DE 12:10PM TNN 9/15 3:00PM 9/24 Goody's 500 Martinsville, VA 12:30PM ESPN 9/22 3:00PM 10/01 Tyson 400 N. Wilkesboro, NC 1:00PM ESPN 9/29 3:00PM 10/08 UAW-GM 500 Concord, NC 1:00PM TBS 10/04 7:00PM 10/22 AC-Delco 400 Rockingham, NC 12:30PM TNN 10/20 2:30PM 10/29 Slick 50 500 Phoenix, AZ 12:00PM TNN 10/27 3:30PM 11/12 NAPA 500 Hampton, GA 12:30PM ESPN 11/10 2:30PM 

* --> all times are local for race locations.

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