NASCAR has unveiled 2018 schedules for its three national series and there’s a new look to the Monster Energy Series slate. The final regular-season race, in which playoff seeding is determined, will now be run at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Richmond International Raceway’s traditional date moving back two weeks in the schedule. It’s now part of the ten-race post-season. Charlotte Motor Speedway’s annual fall race will move from the track’s traditional layout to the “Roval,” a two-point-five-mile, thirteen-turn road course that snakes through the infield and incorporates much of the mile-and-a-half oval. As has been the case in recent years, all three series – including the X-finity and Camping World Truck Series – will open at Daytona International Speedway in February and close the season at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November.