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Charlotte All-Star Race Center

Statistics, event schedule and race information for the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race

All-Star Race Recap and Results Open Race Results
All-Star Race Lineup Open Starting Lineup
Pit Stall Assignments Paint Schemes
All-Star Final Practice Speeds Open Final Practice Speeds
All-Star/Open 1st Practice Speeds Goodyear Tire Notes
All-Star Driver Averages All-Star Race Winners
Race Format Schedule of Events
All-Star Race Entry List Open Entry List

Race Format
The race will again have four stages, with a five lap increase in the final stage compared to last year’s race. The stages will last 30 laps, 20 laps, 20 laps and 15 laps. Both green flag and yellow flag laps will count in Stages 1-3; with only green flag laps counting in the Final Stage. NASCAR Overtime rules will be in effect for Stages 1-3. In the final stage, if the race is restarted with two or less laps remaining, there will be unlimited attempts at a green, white, checkered finish under green flag conditions.

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The Monster Energy Open will occur Saturday evening prior to the Monster Energy All-Star Race and will include three segments (20 laps / 20 laps / 10 laps). The winner of each segment will earn a spot in the All-Star Race.

Those eligible for the Monster Energy All-Star Race include: drivers who won a points event in either 2018 or 2019; drivers who won a Monster Energy All-Star Race and compete full-time; and drivers who won a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship and compete full-time. Those who have not already earned a spot via the above criteria can still lock in by winning a stage in the Monster Energy Open or by winning the Fan Vote. Polls for the fan vote will open on April 17, on

Drivers who have already clinched an all-star spot: Aric Almirola, Ryan Blaney, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Erik Jones, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Ryan Newman and Martin Truex Jr.

Technical Specs
For the 2019 edition, the race cars will feature two keys technical elements that NASCAR may incorporate into the Gen-7 car slated to debut in 2021.

The first is a single-piece carbon fiber splitter/pan that should offer dramatic improvements in ride height sensitivity for the drivers. This technical component will provide a more stable aero platform and create more consistent performance in traffic. Also, the car will be configured with a radiator duct which exits through the hood as opposed to the current design which exits into the engine compartment. This feature will create improved aerodynamic parity and, at the same time, reduce engine temperatures.

Previous 2019 Race Centers

Daytona Atlanta
Las Vegas Phoenix
Auto Club Martinsville
Texas Bristol
Richmond Talladega
Dover Kansas

Monster Energy Cup Series Season Info

2019 Schedule 2019 Standings
2020 Schedule 2019 Driver Ratings
2019 Stage Points 2019 Paint Schemes