BANK OF AMERICA 500 AT CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY
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Event: Bank of America Roval 400
Racing Series: NASCAR Cup Series
Race Location: Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, N.C.
Track Length: 2.28 miles
2019 Winner: Chase Elliott
Bank of America Roval 400 TicketsThe Bank of America Roval 400 was established in 2018 to offer fans a new experience at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. In the past, NASCAR has run two races a year on the oval track of Charlotte Motor Speedway but with the intention to mix things up a bit, NASCAR worked with the Speedway to unveil a new course, the "Roval," which is a mix between the oval track and a road course. This mixed course stretches out for more than 2 miles. The Bank of America Roval 400 is the third road course on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule. The track tests driver skills by offering 17 turns. These tight turns make passing difficult and require teams to focus on handling instead of speed. This unique race is an opportunity for young drivers like Kyle Larson, William Byron and Austin Dillon to prove their skills. NASCAR holds this race in mid-October and the race is in the middle of the NASCAR chase playoffs. This critical positioning on the schedule requires championship contenders to put in their best effort. As a fairly new event, the Roval 400 offers fans the opportunity to experience unique racing skills while offering championship opportunities and a true test of driver skills. Get your Back of America Roval 400 tickets at Charlotte Motor Speedway at StubHub.
How can I get tickets to the Bank of America Roval 400?Visit Stubhub to get tickets to this race. StubHub is the world’s largest online ticket marketplace and has seats throughout the track, so you're sure to get the tickets you want.
How big is the Charlotte Motor Speedway?Charlotte Motor Speedway has 89,000 seats in the grandstands. The Roval cuts through part of the original track and eliminates some infield seating, so the seating configuration is different from at the Coca-Cola 600 in the summer. This different seating layout gives longtime Charlotte motor sports fans a new view of their home track.
What events happen at the Bank of America Roval 400?The Bank of America Roval 400 is the end of an exciting weekend in Charlotte. On Friday, fans can attend practice and qualifying to watch teams get ready for the race. The Xfinity Series has a race on Saturday, the Drive for the Cure 250. This race is shorter and features younger NASCAR drivers. On the morning of the race, fans can attend driver introductions or a meet and greet. These pre-race activities are one way to feel closer to your favorite driver or learn more about the sport. The national anthem usually starts at around 1 p.m. and the race starts immediately after. The race itself should actually start around 1:30 p.m. and end around 4 p.m.
Which drivers should I watch for at the Bank of America Roval 400?Road courses like the Roval 400 often prove challenging for many NASCAR drivers because they often have little experience on road courses. Previous Bank of America Roval 400 champions like Ryan Blaney and Chase Elliot will come into the race as frontrunners and fan favorites. Additionally, the Chase playoffs will be in full swing during this race. Chase regulars like Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Kurt Busch and Joey Logano are all expected to run well. Finally, younger drivers like Austin Dillon and William Byron need to perform well to build their legacy. There are many storylines running through this race, so fans should watch carefully.
How long is the Bank of America Roval 400?The Bank of America Roval 400 has only run twice, but both races ended in less than three and a half hours. The 2019 race took three hours and 20 minutes. The race may run a little longer if there is inclement weather or multiple cautions, but most NASCAR races end in under four hours.
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