No. 1 DC SOLAR CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1
BANK OF AMERICA ROVAL 400
CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY
2.28-mile road course
Coverage: The Bank of America ROVAL 400 is scheduled to begin on Sunday, Sept. 30 at 2 p.m., ET. Live coverage can be found on NBC, PRN Radio and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.


McMurray at Charlotte (1.5-mile oval):

32 Cup starts
2 Wins
8 Top-5 finishes
13 Top-10 finishes
15.6 Average finish (ranks 4th of active tracks)

McMurray’s history on road courses (Sonoma and Watkins Glen):

32 Cup starts
3 Top-5 finishes
7 Top-10 finishes
3 Poles

FACTS:

  • This is the inaugural race on Charlotte Motor Speedway’s 2.28-mile road course, which they are titling the ROVAL — a 17-turn course that utilizes the infield road course with the majority of the 1.5-mile super speedway. ┬áThe race will serve as the cutoff race for the Round of 16 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.
  • McMurray has tested the ROVAL twice, including the initial test last October. The course has gone through several changes since the initial test.
  • McMurray has scored three total Cup victories at Charlotte Motor Speedway on the 1.5-mile oval, including two victories in the fall event and one in the All-Star Race.
  • McMurray’s history at Charlotte Motor Speedway is rich. In 2002, McMurray became the quickest winner in NASCAR Cup Series history, when he won the Bank of America 500 in only his second Cup start.

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