@Stream@++NASCAR~ Coke 600 race live updates Charlotte Motor Speedway

The longest race in NASCAR will have its green banner waved around 6 p.m. today as the best stock vehicle drivers on the planet hit the lattice for the Coca-Cola 600.


NASCAR : Coca-Cola 600 Live Stream

NASCAR : Coca-Cola 600 Live Stream

The 600-mile race around the 1.5-mile oval at Charlotte Motor Speedway generally arrives behind schedule into the evening, yet on the off chance that you accept Team Penske driver Joe Logano, this occasion could endure a bit longer. Logano said during Saturday's Xfinity race broadcast that this could be the longest Coke 600 in history in view of how NASCAR has been calling alerts this year.

Since the Coke 600 has been broken into four phases, it ordinarily goes on about 4 hours and 30 minutes.

However lengthy the present NASCAR race takes, The Charlotte Observer will be there to cover everything, with four writers — Scott Fowler, Alex Zietlow, Jeff Siner and Matt Stephens — at the speedway covering each of the occasions with news over the course of the day, experiences, results and live updates.

Live updates will be posted in the part underneath and will be distributed over the course of the day and regularly during the race. Invigorate this page for the most recent news. Full outcomes will be posted after the race.

COKE 600 LIVE UPDATES 11:00 a.m.: Kyle Larson won the Coke 600 at Charlotte last year (and the NASCAR Cup title) however he'll have 35 vehicles to pass today to dominate one more race for Hendrick Motorsports. Larson crashed during training Saturday and didn't post a passing time and will begin 36th on the network while Corey LaJoie, who likewise crashed by and by, beginning 37th.

COKE 600 BETTING ODDS According to our accomplices at Bookies.com, Kyle Busch is the #1 to win the present Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch's chances are +500, trailed by Kyle Larson (+550), Chase Elliott (+650), Martin Truex Jr. () and Ryan Blaney (+750) balancing the main five.

WHAT TIME DOES THE COCA-COLA 600 START? The Coke 600 NASCAR race is planned to start at 6 p.m. (Green banner will probably be waved nearer to 6:20 p.m.) Driver presentations will occur at 5:30 p.m. Really look at here for a full timetable of the present Coke 600 occasions.

COKE 600 STARTING ORDER Here's the beginning matrix for the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race. Denny Hamlin is on the shaft.

Pos. Vehicle No. Driver 1 11 Denny Hamlin 2 45 Kurt Busch 3 20 Christopher Bell 4 18 Kyle Busch 5 24 William Byron 6 2 Austin Cindric 7 23 Bubba Wallace 8 8 Tyler Reddick 9 48 Alex Bowman 10 34 Michael McDowell 11 12 Ryan Blaney 12 99 Daniel Suarez 13 9 Chase Elliott 14 19 Martin Truex Jr. 15 14 Chase Briscoe 16 3 Austin Dillon 17 21 Harrison Burton 18 4 Kevin Harvick 19 17 Chris Buescher 20 31 Justin Haley 21 41 Cole Custer 22 1 Ross Chastain 23 22 Joey Logano 24 20 Aric Almirola 25 43 Erik Jones 26 15 Ryan Preece 27 16 Noah Gragson 28 42 Ty Dillon 29 47 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 30 38 Todd Gilliland 31 78 BJ McLeod 32 77 Josh Bilicki 33 51 Cody Ware 34 50 Kaz Grala 35 6 Brad Keselowski 36 5 Kyle Larson 37 7 Corey LaJoie

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