Pit Note No. 6: Five Drivers Prepare for 800 Miles of Racing on Sunday
The Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway is widely regarded as the ultimate test of man and machine, but five drivers, including the last three Bank of America 500 winners, are scheduled to race 800 miles in a rare double-header on Charlotte's iconic 1.5-mile superspeedway on Sunday.
Drive for the Cure 300 polesitter Kyle Larson, Bank of America 500 pole winner Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski and Austin Dillon - each of whom qualified for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup - are slated to run Sunday's Bank of America 500 and the Drive for the Cure 300 presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina after rain postponed Friday and Saturday's action.
Double Duty (Bank of America 500 Grid Position, Drive for the Cure 300 Grid Position):
- Kyle Larson - 25th, first
- Joey Logano (defending Bank of America 500 winner) - 10th, third
- Austin Dillon (defending Drive for the Cure 300 winner) - 19th, 10th
- Brad Keselowski (2013 Bank of America 500 winner) - 20th, 17th
- Kevin Harvick (2014 Bank of America 500 winner) - First, 19th
Gates for Bank of America 500 ticketholders open at 9 a.m., with the race scheduled to go green at 12 p.m. Drive for the Cure 300 ticketholders will be admitted at the conclusion of Sunday's Bank of America 500.
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