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NASCAR Camping World Series (Previously Grand National Series)

NASCAR Camping World Series (Previously Grand National Series)

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NASCAR Camping World Series (Previously Grand National Division)
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NASCAR Camping World Series (Previously Grand National Series)

NASCAR Camping World Series (Previously Grand National Series)

Camping World will take over sponsorshipof the entire NASCAR Grand National Division in 2008.

The NASCAR Grand National Division consisted of the:

Camping World Series East (Busch East Series)
NASCAR Grand National Division, Autozone West Series (Winston West Series)

Prior to 2003 these cars had different specifications - the Busch North Series cars were modeled after the NASCAR Busch Series cars while the NASCAR Winston West Series cars were designed after NASCAR Cup Series cars. The rule changes in 2003 made the cars identical.

The Busch North Series was renamed the Busch East Series for the 2006 season

On January 28, 2003 NASCAR formed a revised “feeder system” for its three national series, with the creation of two new racing divisions. The all-new NASCAR Elite Division and NASCAR Grand National Division provided a path for local and regional racers to advance towards the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, NASCAR Busch Series and the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.

The NASCAR Elite Division consisted of four NASCAR-sanctioned series: the Featherlite Southwest Series, Raybestos Brakes Northwest Series and the newly renamed International Truck and Engine Corporation Midwest Series (formerly the RE/MAX Challenge Series) and Kodak Southeast Series (formerly the Hills Bros. All Pro Series). NASCAR discountinued the AutoZone Elite Division after 2006, due to declining fan support.

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NASCAR Camping World Series - Previous Champions

NASCAR Camping World Series - Previous Champions

Champions of both the East and West series are listed. Also previous champions of Busch North series.

Camping World Series Previous Champions