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The season of NASCAR Nationwide Series competition will begin on Saturday, Feb. 14 at Daytona International Speedway, include two international stops, and end Saturday, Nov. 17 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

The name may have changed, but the races are as heart-pounding as ever. The Nationwide Series, formerly the Busch Cup series, will be roaring with action-packed speed during this season. The Nationwide Series is a stock car racing series owned and operated by the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR).

The NASCAR Nationwide Series not only is a proving ground for young drivers aspiring to make the jump to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series, but it is fast becoming an opportunity for drivers in open-wheel racing to prove themselves in a stock car. While most races are held in the US, over the past few years, the NASCAR Nationwide Series has held two races outside of the US, one in Mexico City, Mexico and the other in Montreal, Canada.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is the sports' highest level of professional competition. It is consequently the most popular and most profitable NASCAR series. The 2010 Sprint Cup consists of 37 races over 10 months. Jimmie Johnson has won the last four consecutive Sprint Cup Series drivers' championships. He is the first winner of three in a row since Cale Yarborough.

The races are often run on the same tracks as the Sprint Series races. Drivers who wish to enter the Sprint Cup series must first prove themselves in the Nationwide series. Also, many of the Sprint Cup drivers like to use the Nationwide races as a chance to practice and familiarize themselves with the tracks.

As with the Sprint Cup series, the Nationwide series has changed a lot since its inception. The series began in 1950 as NASCAR’s fourth series, a short track race division. In 1968 it became the Late Model Sportsman series and the races graduated to larger tracks. In 1982, the Budweiser Series was created, and in 1984, the name was changed to the Busch Series. That name remained until the 2008 season, when Nationwide took over sponsorship.

NASCAR announced the 2010 Nationwide Series schedule, with a spring shuffle among the races at Texas Motor Speedway, Nashville Superspeedway and Phoenix International Raceway as well as the previously announced move of the Dover International Speedway race weekend ahead of the race at Lowe's Motor Speedway.

The primary change is a spring stretch where Nashville's race moves to April 3, followed by the April 9 race at Phoenix and the April 16 event at Texas. The race at Dover moves to May 15 because of an extra Sunday on the calendar, followed by the event at Lowe's Motor Speedway two weeks later on May 29.

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