With race fans from all 50 states and 20 foreign countries converging on Charlotte Motor Speedway for the second running of the Bank of America ROVAL™ 400, excitement is building for the cutoff race in Round 1 of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.

Before the green flag, below is an in-depth look at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL™:

·         2.28: Length of the ROVAL™ in miles

·         17: Number of turns on the ROVAL™ -- more than any other NASCAR Cup Series track

·         54: Amount, in feet, of the new backstretch chicane at its widest point, creating additional passing opportunities; Last year's chicane was 32 feet wide at its widest point

·         35: The elevation change (in feet) from highest to lowest

·         35,380: Total work hours completed on the project for last year's inaugural event

·         30,000: Number of tires for barriers on the ROVAL™.

·         4,000: Feet of custom-made canopies for tire packs

·         5,400: Gallons of red, white and blue paint applied

·         1,500: Amount, in linear feet, of additional wheel fence constructed

·         23: Transition plates installed with 550 anchors and bolts

·         14: The painted signage on the frontstretch synthetic turf is equivalent to the size of 14 NFL end zones

·         166,400: Amount, in wattage, of the speedway's new public address sound system

·         1,600: K-12 students from across the Carolinas taking part in the innovative STEM Expo on Friday at zMAX Dragway

·         10: Acres of Fan Zone fun with interactive displays, vendor areas and more

·         90: Height of Ferris wheel located at Turn 4 Sun Deck, giving fans a unique view of the ROVAL™

·         50: Additional kilometers added to Saturday's Drive for the Cure 250 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

·         3: Free concerts with a race ticket. Yacht Rock Revue and Tim Dugger headline Saturday's Rock the ROVAL™ party, while Chris Lane will perform a pre-race concert on Sunday