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NASCAR To Introduce New Five-Year Charter System That Will See Reduction In Cup Fields

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 09 / 16

NASCAR this afternoon will officially unveil the sport's new charter system at the Charlotte Convention Center. Sources said that the deal is for five years with a four-year option. This is so the deal can run through the duration of NASCAR's TV-rights deals, which last through '24. The agreement wa...

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