The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will return to Rockingham Speedway next season.
The historic North Carolina track brought top-level NASCAR racing back to rave reviews this year and will once again host the NCWTS in 2013. The speedway was the site of Cup series races, usually twice a year, from 1965 to 2004.
"We got our report card from NASCAR, and it looks like we got an A+," said track president Andy Hillenburg of NASCAR's April return to Rockingham for the first time since 2004.
Kasey Kahne topped the field to win the Good Sam Roadside Assistance Carolina 200 presented by Cheerwine last April.
"Fans, drivers, teams; everyone embraced our 2012 event," Hillenburg said. "I'm happy to announce that with their help, we'll do it again in 2013; bigger and better than ever before.
"It's been a long road back since we bought this race track in 2007. There were a few times along the way where I wasn't sure we were going to make it. But when I looked up in the grandstands during driver introductions in April, it made me extremely proud. That was a very important day in the history of Rockingham Speedway, but it was just one step on the road. We're moving forward, and I look forward to packing the grandstands again next April."