The Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course is new to the NASCAR Cup Series, but since it debuted in 2018 it’s quickly become a fan favorite. On Sunday at 2:30 p.m. ET, the green flag will drop on the 2020 Bank of America Roval 400 and the 17-turn, 2.27-mile slalom will be the final testing ground before the 2020 NASCAR Playoffs move on to the next stage. The 39-driver field will include all 12 playoff drivers and only eight will be allowed to continue based on their position in the 2020 NASCAR standings.
Defending champion Kyle Busch is currently in ninth in the standings, and a 21-point deficit to make up means he’ll likely need a win on Sunday. He’s listed at 12-1 in the 2020 Bank of America Roval 400 odds from William Hill. Chase Elliott (7-2) and Martin Truex Jr. (4-1) are in more secure positions in the standings