NASCAR at Charlotte Cup playoff race live updates: Chase Elliott wins the Roval 400

NASCAR is preparing for a historic rainy weather race in Charlotte Roval this Sunday. The Bank of America Roval 400 is scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. on NBC.
The elimination race on the road lasts 109 laps. The stages end in laps 25, 50, 109 and caution is advised in the tenth lap. Click here for a live NASCAR ranking.
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Roval winner at Charlotte: Chase Elliott
Item
driver
Car no.
Time behind
1
Chase Elliott
9
WINNER
2
Joey Logano
22nd
3,895
3
Erik Jones
20th
6,737
4th
Kurt Busch
1
10,699
5
Ryan Blaney
12th
11,415
6th
William Byron
24
12,953
7th
Martin Truex Jr.
19th
08/14
8th
Alex Bowman
88
14,775
9
Cole Custer
41
15,038
10
Clint Bowyer
14th
15,476
11
Kevin Harvick
4th
15,897
12th
Tyler Reddick
8th
16.802
13
Jimmie Johnson
48
17,426
14th
Ryan Preece
37
18,469
fifteen
Denny Hamlin
11
18.79
16
Aric Almirola
10
19,429
17th
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
47
20,139
18th
Brad Keselowski
2
21.94
19th
Austin Dillon
3
22,227
20th
Chris Buescher
17th
22,481
21st
Bubba Wallace
43
24,752
22nd
Matt DiBenedetto
21st
26,814
23
Ty Dillon
13
28,652
24
Christopher Bell
95
29,122
25th
Daniel Suaruez
96
08/30
26th
Gray nagging
27
33.211
27
Corey Lajoie
32
35,979
28
Quin Houff
0
37.255
29
James Davison
53
43,984
30th
Kyle Busch
18th
44,542
31
Ryan Newman
6th
74,449
32
Michael McDowell
34
93.126
33
Josh Bilicki
51
34,117
34
Matt Kenseth
42
-1
35
JJ Yeley
77
-1
36
John Hunter Nemechek
38
-4
37
Brennan Poole
fifteen
-14
38
Timmy Hill
66
-52
Kyle Busch eliminated from the NASCAR playoffs among the drivers
Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon, Clint Bowyer and Aric Almirola are the four riders who dropped out of the postseason.
5:32 p.m., lap 97: Beware of Brennan Poole
Beware of Poole, whose car stopped and stopped on the track. After the restart there are still Elliott, Jones, Kurt Busch, Logano and Kyle Busch.
5:20 p.m., lap 89: Kyle Busch leads briefly
After the restart, Kyle Busch was in front, followed by Erik Jones, Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott. That quickly led to Jones and Elliott at the helm.
5:18 p.m.: On which TV channel is the NASCAR Roval race running today?
To be late? The Bank of America Roval 400 is on NBC.
5:10 p.m., lap 86, wrecks of Matt Kenseth
Another caution to go at 24. Beware of dirt on Turns 3 and 4. Matt Kenseth's car stops and smokes in the tire locks. Up front in the Charlotte Roval: Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano.
4:51 p.m., lap 73, Ryan Blaney loses the lead
Ryan Blaney turns off the lead - but there is no caution - and Ryan Preece takes the lead. Bowman, Logano in second and third place. Blaney was lucky that all of the drivers passing by had missed the collision with him.
4:49 p.m., lap 71: William Byron is punished
Kurt Busch wins the race outside the pit lane for the restart and former front runner William Byron receives a speed penalty and will go backwards. The order to restart is Ryan Blaney and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
4:40 p.m., lap 69: Austin Dillon wrecks
Austin Dillon, who is below the playoff line, crashed into the wall after a bump from Kyle Busch. It's the seventh warning of the race.
4:28 p.m., lap 64: Ty Dillon on the grass
Ty Dillon, who was stuck in the grass for a moment, is careful. The sun is actually shining on Charlotte Motor Speedway.
16:13, lap 54: The race starts again with early turns
Hamlin goes into the grass after the restart for the second stage, as does Custer, and Ty Dillon (restart 13th) has contact with the wall. Custer hits the pit lane shortly after his spin for new tires. Nemechek pits too. The running order is Byron, Bell, Keselowski, Bowyer and Kurt Busch in the top five. Kyle Busch is up until the 22nd.
4:04 p.m., Round 50: Blaney wins the second stage, the battles for Kyle Busch continue
Blaney takes the lead on the final restart to close the stage. It's a two-round shootout for the green and white plaid and Blaney holds on to P1 by the flag. The final order for the stage is Blaney, Elliott, Bell, Truex, Logano, Bowman, Byron, Reddick, McDowell, and Keselowski. Blaney wins his fourth stage of the season. Kyle Busch, meanwhile, jumps from the restart, only to burn out his left front tire, and he has to pit just before the end of the stage. It falls to 32nd place.
Kyle Busch's crew chief Adam Stevens tells Busch over the radio that the team has mended a hole in the front of the No. 18 Camry and then says, “I have no idea what will happen in the rest of the race, but we have to be there at the end from that. "
3:58 p.m., lap 47: Be careful with three remaining laps in level 2
After mid-pack teams make pit stops with a green flag, the yellow comes out for JJ Yeley, who spins around turns 5 and 6 and gets stuck in the grass. Aric Almirola, who is in a must-win scenario, was in the pit lane when the officially waving flag is about to take a lap down for the restart.
3:45 p.m., lap 39: Blaney overtakes Byron for P1
Add Almirola to the list of spinning drivers. The caution still does not come out. In the lead, Blaney chases after Byron and eventually takes him to first place by taking turn 1 at Byron. Byron falls back to second place, and Logano is also ahead in third place. The order is Blaney, Byron, Logano, Elliott, Bowman, and Kyle Busch. Custer, Bowyer, and Truex Jr. follow close behind as the stage unwinds.
3:35 p.m., lap 33: The race continues after the turns
Newman spins on the front track but doesn't make contact with anyone and the race stays green on lap 30. Then Keselowski spins across the track at Turn 4 and parks on the side with Jones and DiBenedetto standing behind him. Those behind you can pass and no yellow will come out. Bell spins from the top of the running order a few minutes later on the same lap in second place.
3:29 p.m., round 29: Bell-Byron exchange line
Byron made an early pass from Bell after the restart, but Bell takes it back when Byron wobbles off the line in one of the turns. Byron recovers and leads the next round. The two races side by side until Byron finally gets a run to move forward. Blaney and Dibenedetto are also fighting for position in the top 5.
3:20 p.m., lap 25: Ty Dillon wins the first stage
Dillon leads the one-lap shootout to close the stage. Bell, DiBenedetto, Byron, Timmy Hill, Newman, Blaney, Logano, Wallace and Jones finish in the top 10. Only Logano is a playoff driver who will collect points during this phase. At the end of the stage, Harvick is locked into the next lap.
3:15 p.m., lap 23: Beware of Nemechek
Nemechek stops in the grass near Turn 6 as Hamlin also spins after his switch to dry tires. The caution goes to Nemecheck, who has put a sign on the front of his number 38. Bowyer, Truex, and Ky. Busch are under yellow to switch to tires and ultimately lose their track position to close the stage.


3:09 p.m., lap 20: Ty Dillon's tire choice is canceled
Ty Dillon takes the lead from Bowyer on slick tires with five laps remaining on stage. The order is Dillon, Bowyer, DiBenedetto, Kyle Busch, Kurt Busch. Mid-pack cars hit the pit lane a few laps earlier in two different main groups to switch to slick tires, but Johnson and Bell were the first after Newman and Ty Dillon to switch to dry tires.
2:58 p.m., lap 15: Bowyer in the lead
Truex leads after the restart, but Bowyer hands him over for P1, who comes out of the chicane. The Busch brothers also run to fourth and fifth (Kyle, followed by Kurt) while Newman (on slicks) loosens and falls back. However, the dry tires on Dillon set fast lap times. If the track continues to dry, the dry tires could take a run at the end of this stage. The order is Bowyer, Truex, Elliott, Kyle Busch, Kurt Busch.
2:57 p.m., lap 12: Slick tires challenge Newman, Ty Dillon
Dillon and Newman are among those who choose slick tires and think this is the call. Others pitting include Harvick, Byron, Austin Dillon, Reddick, Blaney, Buescher, Almirola, DiBenedetto, and Stenhouse who change their wet tires. Buescher gets a penalty too early for a crew member over the wall and starts again at the back.
2.44 p.m., lap 10: Bowyer makes movements, tire decisions
The caution of competition comes out with the running order Elliott, Truex, Bowyer, Keselowski and Ty. Dillon in the top 5. Elliott passed Keselowski shortly after the sixth lap and went into the first corners. Bowyer also made moves and set the fastest time so far on lap 6, according to NBC, in an attempt to place third on the caution of competition. Kyle Busch, in seventh place, reports that the back is still wet and that the only part that is dry is Turn 2.
2.37 p.m., round 3: Keselowski takes the lead early
Keselowski takes a big step from third place on the back straight. No. 2 gains momentum in the backstretch chicane, races inside Hamlin and makes a clear passage through turns 13 and 14. He leads the first laps and then drives ahead for the next two. Hamlin falls behind as Kyle Busch moves up to sixth place.
2:30 p.m .: Make the two drivers backwards
Erik Jones had a mechanical problem in front of the green flag and was unable to start his windscreen wipers / engine in the pit lane. NASCAR also sends him back to the start. He should start 14th.
2:27 p.m .: A driver to the rear
NASCAR states that two teams, Josh Bilicki's # 51, will start in the back for a driver change (previously Joey Gase), but no other team had multiple pre-race inspection errors to send them back for the start. The limited fans enjoyed the defense of Roval winner Chase Elliott on previous driver announcements. He starts second.
2:25 p.m .: Ceremonies before the race
After a lot of hype and uncertainty about starting in wet weather, the race starts in dry conditions. The track appears damp in some places, but no major puddles, at least on the front track. NASCAR states that teams must use wet tires at the start of the race.
The country music duo Pryor & Lee plays the national anthem and the command to start engines is given virtually by "This Is Us" actor Justin Hartley. Let's go run
2 p.m .: How long is the Charlotte Roval?
The 109 lap race is a 252.88 mile race on a 2.32 mile road. There are 17 corners on the course with two chicanes (one in the back and one in the front). Average race time is three hours and 20 minutes, but depending on weather conditions, it could be longer today. A competition will be cautioned in round 10.
1:45 p.m .: The rain has stopped, the tracks continue to dry, the cars are at the start
Air titans do the rounds (Roval?) To dry wet spots that have developed on the route from previous rains. The rain stopped at 1 p.m. and the largest cell appears to be moving up close, according to local weather radar. The teams roll their cars onto the grid, with Denny Hamlin's No. 11 on pole and Chase Elliott's No. 9 Chevy starting in the front row behind him.
NASCAR PLAYOFF DRIVER STANDINGS PRE-ROVAL
Denny Hamlin
win (Talladega)
Kurt Busch
win (Las Vegas)
Kevin Harvick
+68
Chase Elliott
+44
Brad Keselowski
+41
Martin Truex
+32
Alex Bowman
+22
Joey Logano
+21
Kyle Busch
-21
Austin Dillon
-21
Clint Bowyer
-38
Aric Almirola
-48
NASCAR CUP RACE AT CHARLOTTE STARTING LINEUP
Order
driver
Car no.
1
Denny Hamlin *
11
2
Chase Elliott *
9
3
Brad Keselowski *
2
4th
Kevin Harvick *
4th
5
Alex Bowman *
88
6th
Austin Dillon *
3
7th
Martin Truex Jr. *
19th
8th
Joey Logano *
22nd
9
Kyle Busch *
18th
10
Kurt Busch *
1
11
Clint Bowyer *
14th
12th
Aric Almirola *
10
13
William Byron
24
14th
Erik Jones
20th
fifteen
Ryan Newman
6th
16
Tyler Reddick
8th
17th
Ty Dillon
13
18th
Ryan Preece
37
19th
John Hunter Nemechek
38
20th
Matt DiBenedetto
21st
21st
Chris Buescher
17th
22nd
Brennan Poole
fifteen
23
Matt Kenseth
42
24
Ryan Blaney
12th
25th
Quinn Houff
0
26th
Bubba Wallace
43
27
Timmy Hill
66
28
Cole Custer
41
29
Joey Gase *
51
30th
Jimmie Johnson
48
31
Michael McDowell
34
32
Corey LaJoie
32
33
JJ Yeley
77
34
Daniel Suarez
96
35
Christopher Bell
95
36
Gray nagging
27
37
James Davison
53
38
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
47
* Playoff driver
* Driver change - Josh Bilicki replaces Joey Gase

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