The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series head to Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend for Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600. The only 600 mile race on the calendar will once again take place behind closed doors without fans.

NASCAR returned to real world racing last Sunday at Darlington Raceway for the Real Heroes 400 which was won by Stewart Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick.

Wednesday’s Toyota 500 was won by Denny Hamlin in the No.11 FedEx Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing took victory ahead of his team mate Kyle Busch in the No.18 M&M’s Toyota.

Martin Truex Jr, the defending Coca-Cola 600 winner for Joe Gibbs Racing will be one to watch on Sunday as he hoped to back to back with wins.

Team Penske’s Joey Logano in the No.22 Shell Pennzoil Ford Mustang goes into the race with plenty of momentum as he has taken three Cup Series wins so far this year.

Hendrick Motorsports Jimmie Johnson in the No.48 Ally Racing Chevrolet has had some strong races this week and will be aiming for another big result this weekend.

Kyle Busch in the No.18 M&M’s Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing will be looking to continue his string return coming off the back of two podium finishes in Darlington where he finished second in the Wednesday’s Cup race and second in the Xfinity Series race.

When talking about potential winners at Charlotte Motor Speedway you can’t forget Chip Ganassi Racing. Kurt Busch in the No.1 Monster Energy Chevrolet and Matt Kenseth in the the No.42 McDelivery Chevrolet will be aiming for a strong result in Sunday following a tough race at Darlington on Wednesday.

Qualifying for the Coca-Cola 600 is at 2PM ET on Sunday with the race at 6PM ET.

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