The biggest weekend in racing comes to an end in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday as drivers will run in the Coca Cola 600 starting at 6 p.m. ET on FOX.
This is the second straight weekend in the city as Kevin Harvick is coming off of a victory in the NASCAR All-Star Race, giving him five wins already on the young season.
If he were to win again Sunday, he would be the eighth driver to win both the All-Star race and the Coca Cola 600 after Darrell Waltrip (1985), Davey Allison (1991), Dale Earnhardt (1993), Jeff Gordon (1997), Jimmie Johnson (2003), Kasey Kahne (2008) and Kurt Busch (2010).
The 400 laps around Charlotte Motor Speedway’s 1.5-mile track changes drastically from start to finish. As the sun sets and the track becomes cooler, the more grip on the racetrack a car has. But when the green flag drops, the hot track can cause cars to slip and slide.
Harvick is coming off of back-to-back wins, but Kyle Busch remains the leader in the points standings. Daniel Suarez is also coming off of a second-place finish in the All-Star race and a third at the Monster Mile at Dover.
Here’s the weekend schedule:
NASCAR at Charlotte 2018: TV channel and streaming info
Note: All times are ET
Thursday May, 24
Streaming: FuboTV (free 7-day trial)
Friday, May 25
Saturday, May 26
Sunday, May 27
NASCAR Cup Series points standings
The complete standings can be found below.
1. Kyle Busch, 17 playoff points
Which NASCAR Cup Series drivers are racing at Kansas?
There are 41 Cup drivers entered in Sunday’s race, meaning all drivers will make the race with Thursday’s qualifying setting their starting positions. Here is the list of participating Cup drivers in alphabetical order by first name:
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