The format and rules package have been released for the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race. Only setting the field remains.
Currently 17 drivers are eligible for the event. Others can still qualify by winning a race this year, winning one of three stages in the preceding Monster Energy Open event or winning the All-Star Fan Vote.
The annual Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race is scheduled for Saturday, May 19 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (8 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).
Here are the drivers currently qualified, and the manner in which they did so:
|1.||Ryan Blaney||2017 Pocono-1 win|
|2.||Clint Bowyer||2018 Martinsville-1 win|
|3.||Kurt Busch||2017 Daytona 500 win|
|4.||Kyle Busch||2017 Pocono-2 win|
|5.||Austin Dillon||2017 Charlotte-1 win|
|6.||Denny Hamlin||2017 New Hampshire-1 win|
|7.||Kevin Harvick||2017 Sonoma win|
|8.||Jimmie Johnson||2017 Texas win|
|9.||Kasey Kahne||2017 Indianapolis win|
|10.||Matt Kenseth||2017 Phoenix-2 win|
|11.||Brad Keselowski||2017 Atlanta win|
|12.||Kyle Larson||2017 Auto Club win|
|13.||Joey Logano||2017 Richmond win|
|14.||Jamie McMurray||Former All-Star Race winner|
|15.||Ryan Newman||2017 Phoenix win|
|16.||Ricky Stenhouse Jr.||2017 Talladega-1 win|
|17.||Martin Truex Jr.||2017 Las Vegas win|