TV Schedule: July 20-22

Austin Dillon wins last year's truck race at Chicagoland.
Credit: Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR
The Sprint Cup Series is off this weekend before returning next week for one of its biggest races of the year, the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis.

But don't worry - there's still plenty of racing as the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series take on Chicagoland.

The rare standalone weekend puts the spotlight on the regulars in both series, with just one full-time Sprint Cup driver competing this weekend (that's Kyle Busch in the Nationwide Series).

Track facts
Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet, Ill.
Length: 1.5-mile D-shaped oval
Type: Intermediate
Banking: 18 degrees in the turns, 11 degrees on the straights, 5 degrees on backstretch

2011 winners:
Spring: Justin Allgaier
Fall: Brad Keselowski

2011 winner: Austin Dillon

The following is a schedule of track events and TV coverage this weekend at Chicagoland. All times are in Eastern Standard Time. Events without a channel listed will not be televised.

Friday, July 20:
3 p.m. NASCAR Now, ESPN2
5:30 p.m. NCWTS Practice
9:10 p.m. NCWTS Final Practice

Saturday, July 21:
12:30 p.m. NNS Practice, ESPN2
2 p.m. NNS Final Practice, ESPN2
4 p.m. NCWTS Qualifying, SPEED (tape-delayed by 25 minutes)
7:30 p.m. NCWTS SetUp, SPEED
8 p.m. NCWTS: American Ethanol 225, SPEED
11 p.m. NCWTS SetUp, SPEED
11:30 p.m. NCWTS: American Ethanol 225, SPEED

Sunday, July 22:
4 a.m. NASCAR K&N Pro Series, SPEED
11:30 a.m. NNS Qualifying, ESPN2
2 p.m. NNS Countdown, ESPN
3 p.m. NNS: STP 300, ESPN (reruns at 2 a.m. on ESPN2)
TV Schedule: July 20-22 TV Schedule: July 20-22 Reviewed by Rebecca Kivak on Friday, July 20, 2012 Rating: 5