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- It is one of the three national divisions of NASCAR, together with the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
- It hosted NASCAR Winston Cup races from 1958 to 1984, NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Truck Series in the 1980s and 1990s, and later the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series and ARCA Racing Series.
- IMS has also hosted the NASCAR Xfinity Series Lilly Diabetes 250 since 2012 and the IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Indianapolis since 2014.
- Ford is one of three manufacturers in NASCAR's three major series: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series.
- The series was first considered something of an oddity or a "senior tour" for NASCAR drivers, but eventually grew in popularity and has seen drivers move straight to the Cup Series without running a full season in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition.
- These changes were made so the cars would resemble their street counterparts more closely, as was done in the Xfinity Series in 2011.
- Its three largest or National series are the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the Xfinity Series, and the Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
- Previously the Chevy Monte Carlo, Impala and the SS were used in both the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series.
- The NASCAR Nationwide Series and the Camping World Truck Series also race there, and previously the IndyCar Series.
- As a result, FX covered several races in the series then known as the Busch Series and Winston Cup (including the All-Star Race), as well as select qualifying and final practice sessions.
- MENCS cars have used these tires in practice sessions, but only the Xfinity Series has used them under actual race conditions.
- Beginning in 2005, the NASCAR Nationwide Series ran the Telcel-Motorola México 200.
- NASCAR also runs several feeder series, including the Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series (a pickup truck racing series).
- In the Xfinity Series, the championship is known as the Bill France Performance Cup.
- In 2001, TNT assumed the subscription television rights to select Winston Cup and Busch Series races as part of a deal between NASCAR, NBC and TNT.
- WCW also had a presence in NASCAR from the mid-1990s to 2000, sponsoring the #29 team in the Busch Grand National Series full-time and the #9 Melling Racing team in the Winston Cup Series part-time.
- Comcast became the sponsor of NASCAR's second tier series renaming it the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2015.
- The national touring series, the NASCAR Late Model Sportsman Division, originated from local late model races in the east coast of the U.S. This division was later called the "Busch Series", the "Nationwide Series", and currently the "Xfinity Series" as its title sponsor changed.
- Select Winston Cup, Busch Series and Craftsman Truck Series races aired on TBS until the 2000 season.
- Since 2012, the Brickyard 400 has been supported by the Indiana 250 of the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
- In addition, the series' $580,000 purse is larger than the Busch Grand National Series' fund.
- The New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon is an oval track and road course which has been visited by national motorsport championship series such as the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, American Canadian Tour (ACT), the Champ Car and the IndyCar Series.
- Before the late-1990s, NEXTEL Cup and Busch Series races in the West and Northeast respectively would have several drivers from the Winston West and Busch North series, as the series regulations were very similar, and until the mid-2000s, ARCA drivers would usually attempt Cup races in the Midwest and at restrictor-plate races.
- However, in recent years ESPN2 has broadcast increasingly more mainstream sporting events, including Major League Baseball games, the East–West Shrine Game, much of the 2006 World Baseball Classic, many Major League Soccer games, NCAA football games, NCAA basketball games, the WNBA, the Arena Football League, regular season KHL games, and Saturday afternoon NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
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