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CONCORD, N.C. -- Wednesday afternoon, the stage lengths of each race in the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season were announced.

This year, the stage lengths will match those from the 2017 campaign with the exception of the playoff race at Charlotte Motor Speedway -- the race and stage lengths for that event will be announced a later date.

“Last year’s debut of the race format was a strong one," said Scott Miller, NASCAR senior vice president of competition, "and we look forward to building on that foundation in 2018, starting with Speedweeks at Daytona."

For the full list of stage lengths, see below.

2018 NASCAR CUP SERIES SCHEDULE
Race Stage 1 (Ends on Lap) Stage 2 (Ends on Lap) Final Stage (Ends on Lap)
Daytona International Speedway (Daytona 500) 60 120 200
Atlanta Motor Speedway 85 170 325
Las Vegas Motor Speedway 80 160 267
ISM Raceway 75 150 312
Fontana, California 60 120 200
Martinsville Speedway 130 260 500
Texas Motor Speedway 85 170 334
Bristol Motor Speedway 125 250 500
Richmond International Raceway 100 200 400
Talladega Superspeedway 55 110 188
Dover International Speedway 120 240 400
Kansas Speedway 80 160 267
Charlotte Motor Speedway (600) Stage 1: 100, Stage 2: 200 Stage 3: 300, Final Stage: 400
Pocono Raceway 50 100 160
Michigan International Speedway 60 120 200
Sonoma Raceway 25 50 110
Chicagoland Speedway 80 160 267
Daytona International Speedway40 80 160
Kentucky Speedway 80 160 267
New Hampshire Motor Speedway 75 150 301
Pocono Raceway 50 100 160
Watkins Glen International 20 40 90
Michigan International Speedway 60 120 200
Bristol Motor Speedway 125 250 500
Darlington Raceway 100 200 367
Indianapolis Motor Speedway50 100 160
Las Vegas Motor Speedway 80 160 267
Richmond Raceway 100 200 400
Charlotte Motor Speedway TBD TBD TBD
Dover International Speedway 120 240 400
Talladega Superspeedway 55 110 188
Kansas Speedway 80 160 267
Martinsville Speedway 130 260 500
Texas Motor Speedway 85 170 334
ISM Raceway 75 150 312
Homestead-Miami Speedway 80 160 267