DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — NASCAR will return the Truck Series to Gateway Motorsports Park and New Hampshire Motor Speedway as part of a 22-race schedule next season.
The race at Gateway will be the first since 2010. The track hosted the series from 1998 through 2010, and its June 14 race will be the first since St. Louis native Curtis Francois bought Gateway, which is in Madison, Ill., just outside St. Louis.
New Hampshire brings back the Truck Series after a two-year two-year hiatus. Its Sept. 20 race will be part of its Chase for the Sprint Cup championship weekend.
The 2014 schedule also includes returns to Eldora Speedway in Ohio and Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Ontario. Both tracks debuted this year.
The season will be aired on FOX Sports 1, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Motor Racing Network Radio.