The annual race known now as the Toyota/Save Mart 350 is held in Sonoma, California at the Sonoma Raceway at Sears Point and is one of only two Sprint Cup races to be held on a road circuit. The race is a total of 250 kilometers or 22 miles and has been a staple in NASCAR since it first joined the circuit in 1989. The Toyota/Save Mart 350 was first introduced as a replacement for the Budweiser 400 at Riverside, which closed in 1988, during its early years it was a combination race, but now stands on its own. Numerous fans and participants manage to have develop a strong opinion both for and against the race for being a road course.
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