Race Name: Drive for the Cure 250 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (Race 28 of 33)
Venue: The ROVAL at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina
Television: 3:30 p.m. EDT on NBCSN
– Cole Custer: 2nd; trails points leader by 22 points
– Chase Briscoe: 7th; trails points leader by 65 points
- This is the second time NASCAR takes to the Charlotte ROVAL. Custer started sixth and finished seventh in 2018.
- Custer has an average starting spot of 7.0 and an average finish of 8.3 at Road Courses in 2019.
- Crew chief Mike Shiplett started fourth and finished second at this race in 2018.
- Click here for Custer’s career stats.
- Click here for Custer’s stats at the ROVAL.
- Click here for photos of Cole.
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You’re coming up to the Roval, which has a slight configuration change on the backstretch. What will be most difficult coming into the weekend?
“The Roval is one of the most difficult places we race at because there is no place similar to this on our schedule. We came in last year and saw a bunch of wrecks during practice and only a few during the race, but with the new backstretch layout and how much we have to slow down now, I think you’ll see a lot of guys either trying to be conservative or going for it with very little in between. It’s going to be a place where we will try to have another great points day, but if there’s a chance for us to grab a win towards the end, then you might see us go for it.”