Since crashing in the 2013 running of the Coca-Cola 600, Keselowski has a sterling 7.86 average finish at Charlotte with a victory under his belt.
Larson has only run well at Charlotte twice, in the fall races of 2014 and ‘16. He’s led just eigh total laps there.
Truex won last year’s Coca-Cola 600 from the pole, the 16th time that has happened in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Charlotte. One difference? Truex’s domination -- he led 392 of 400 laps.
McMurray is one of just five active drivers with multiple wins at the Concord, North Carolina track. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver has a pair to his credit.
Despite not having a points-paying win at Charlotte, Busch is a master at the 1.5-mile track. The All-Star Race winner has the second highest driver rating among actives (104.8 to Jimmie Johnson’s 110.6.)
Elliott's Charlotte numbers as a whole are somewhat lacking, but he’s got an average finish of 13.0 in the Coca-Cola 600. He should be a factor on Sunday.
Logano is quickly becoming the driver to beat at Charlotte, where his 11.2 average finish is the best among active drivers with three or more starts.
Johnson has a record eight wins at Charlotte and once won the Coca-Cola 600 in 2003 from a starting position of 37th. He’ll be a contender on Sunday.
Harvick has a recent win in this race (2014, en route to the title), and has been running at the finish of 30 of his 32 starts at Charlotte. Expect him to be there at the end, competing for the win.
Blaney has some work to do on Sunday in NASCAR’s longest race -- the young, talented driver has the worst average finish among drivers ranked here at 26.8.
Bowyer has zero top 10s at Charlotte since notching one in the Coca-Cola 600 way back in 2013. He’s due for a turnaround there.
Hamlin still has a zero in the Charlotte win column, but he’s quite good there. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver ripped off a span of 11 of 12 top 10s before an engine failure last fall.
Charlotte offers a good challenge for the surging Stenhouse -- he’s the active leader in races at the track without a lap led, with 10.
Busch hasn’t won at Charlotte since 2010, but does have a streak of five straight top-11 finishes at the 1.5-mile track.
Bayne has been running well this season, but could experience a hiccup at Charlotte, where he’s never quite sniffed a top-10 finish.
Hendrick Motorsports has an impressive 19 wins at Charlotte, with no other team owner hitting double-digits. If Kahne wins Sunday, he’ll have five of his own and Rick Hendrick will be a happy man.
Kenseth has a good handle on Charlotte, as the Joe Gibbs Racing driver is tied with track maestro Jimmie Johnson for 19 career top-10 finishes.
Carl Edwards picked up his first Joe Gibbs Racing win in this race in 2015 -- imagine what a moment it would be if Suarez, in the same car, picked up his first career win in one of NASCAR’s premier races.
Newman, the “Rocket Man” that he is, has a whopping nine pole awards at Charlotte, tops in the series.
Toyota has just four wins at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but has won the past two Coca-Cola 600s. It’d be a pretty sweet day for the rookie Jones if he were able to make it three in a row.