Race number 31 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, and Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race number 5, will be the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. There are 43 cars on the entry list which means all of the teams will make Saturday night's race.
Event Schedule: Bank of America 500
Thursday: 3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. ET Practice on Fox Sports 1, 7:10 p.m. ET Qualifying on ESPN2
Friday: 3 p.m. – 3:50 p.m. ET Practice on Fox Sports 2, 5:50 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. ET Final Practice on Fox Sports 2
Saturday: 7:30 p.m. ET Race on ABC
Track & Race Information: Charlotte Motor Speedway
1.5 mile quad-oval – 334 laps, 501 miles
Grandstand Seating – 146,000
First Sprint Cup Series Race – 1960, 109 Total Races
Entry List: OPR = Owner Points Rank BOLD = Chase
|2||Brad Keselowski||Miller Lite||Ford||Penske||15|
|5||Kasey Kahne||Quaker State Oil||Chevrolet||Hendrick||13|
|10||Danica Patrick||GoDaddy Breast Cancer Awareness||Chevrolet||SHR||30|
|11||Denny Hamlin||FedEx Ground||Toyota||JGR||25|
|14||Mark Martin||Bass Pro Shops / Mobil 1||Chevrolet||SHR||16|
|15||Clint Bowyer||Raspberry 5-Hour Energy||Toyota||MWR||9|
|17||Ricky Stenhouse Jr||My Best Buy||Ford||RFR||22|
|20||Matt Kenseth||Dollar General Breast Cancer Awareness||Toyota||JGR||1|
|22||Joey Logano||Shell Pennzoil / Hertz||Ford||Penske||10|
|27||Paul Menard||Menards / Duracell||Chevrolet||RCR||18|
|29||Kevin Harvick||Jimmy John's||Chevrolet||RCR||3|
|30||Cole Whitt||Swan Energy||Toyota||Swan||33|
|32||Timmy Hill||U.S. Chrome||Ford||FAS Lane||37|
|33||Brian Scott||Shore Lodge||Chevrolet||RCR||38|
|34||David Ragan||Taco Bell||Ford||Front Row||27|
|35||Josh Wise||MDS Transport||Ford||Front Row||39|
United Mining Equipment
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|38||David Gilliland||Long John Silver's||Ford||Front Row||31|
|39||Ryan Newman||Quicken Loans||Chevrolet||SHR||12|
|40||Landon Cassill||Moonshine Attitude Attire||Chevrolet||Circle Sport||43|
|42||Juan Pablo Montoya||Target||Chevrolet||EGR||23|
|47||Bobby Labonte||Scott Products||Toyota||JTG/D||28|
|48||Jimmie Johnson||Lowe's Dover White||Chevrolet||Hendrick||2|
|55||Brian Vickers||Aaron's Dream Machine||Toyota||MWR||24|
|56||Martin Truex Jr||NAPA Auto Parts||Toyota||MWR||17|
|78||Kurt Busch||Furniture Row / Denver Mattress||Chevrolet||Furniture Row||7|
|83||David Reutimann||Burger King / Dr Pepper||Toyota||BK Racing||36|
|88||Dale Earnhardt Jr||Time Warner Cable||Chevrolet||Hendrick||8|
|93||Travis Kvapil||Burger King / Dr Pepper||Toyota||BK Racing||34|
|98||Michael McDowell||Phil Parsons Racing||Ford||PPR||42|
Entry List Notes:
Brian Scott will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut driving the No. 33 Shore Lodge Chevrolet under the Richard Childress Racing banner.
Mark Martin will drive his eighth of 12 races in the No. 14 for Tony Stewart. Brian Vickers is in the No. 55 for Michael Waltrip Racing. That is the ride Martin was scheduled to be in.
Bobby Labonte is back in the No. 47 Toyota for JTG/Daugherty Racing in place of AJ Allmendinger.
Cole Whitt will make his fourth start in the last five races in the No. 30 Toyota for Swan Racing.
Landon Cassill is in the No. 40 Chevrolet for Circle Sport Racing this weekend.
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