Alex Bowman is teaming with Microsoft Corp. for the NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 on May 25 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Since its premiere at Daytona, Toyota teams - including RAB Racing - have been utilizing its line-of-business Windows 8 Trackside app to enhance their performance on and off the racetrack. Developed by Toyota Racing Development (TRD) and running on the Surface Pro, RAB Racing is able to monitor real-time performance data, conveniently and portably.-RAB Racing
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. got his first Sprint Cup start at Charlotte in 2011 in the famed No. 21 finishing an impressive 11th-place.
The two-time Nationwide champion earned one of the two transfer spots in the Sprint Showdown to qualify for his first All-Star race last weekend. He finished 16th in the 90-lap showdown. The Car: Chassis RK-827 is the same chassis that the No.17 team ran in Texas cutting a left rear tire early in the race resulting in a 40th-place finish.-Roush Fenway Racing
Bobby Labonte's first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career win occurred during the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 28, 1995.
His second win at Charlotte, took place on October 8, 2000. He has six runner-up finishes. In 40 starts at the 1.5-mile home track, he has two victories, three poles, 12 top-five and 17 top-10 finishes and has led 807 laps. His average start is 15.675 and his average finish is 15.500.-JTG Daugherty Racing
In his previous 12 starts at Charlotte, Juan Pablo Montoya has led five laps and earned one top-10.
His best start and finish came in 2009 when he started ninth and came to the checkered in eighth. The driver of the No. 42 Chevrolet has an average starting position of 26.2 and an average finishing position of 23.8 at the 1.5-mile oval. At intermediate tracks (tracks greater than one mile, but less than two miles), Montoya has 110 starts with two pole awards, nine top-five finishes, 18 top-10 finishes and leading 348 laps.-Earnhardt Ganassi Racing
Jamie McMurray returns to Charlotte Motor Speedway, the site of his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) victory, where he has made 21 starts in NSCS competition.
In those 21 starts, the driver of the No. 1 Chevrolet SS has accumulated two wins (2002, 2010), five top-five, eight top-10 finishes and led 238 laps. He has an average start and finish position of 23.1 and 17.6, respectively. His best start at the 1.5-mile oval was fifth in 2002. At intermediate tracks (tracks greater than one mile, but less than two miles), McMurray has 183 starts, collecting two victories (Charlotte: 2002, 2010), 20 top-five finishes, 48 top-10 finishes and leading 843 laps.-Earnhardt Ganassi Racing
Kyle Larson has never made a lap at the 1.5-mile quad oval Charlotte Motor Speedway, but he'll have plenty of time to learn before taking the green flag.
The weekend begins with a four-hour test session on Wednesday, followed by two additional practices on Thursday afternoon. Previous Race Recap... Larson brought home a top-10 finish at Darlington Raceway, his fourth of the 2013 season.-Turner Scott Motorsports
Justin Allgaier has nine previous starts at Charlotte Motor Speedway, including his NNS debut, with a best finish of third.
Darlington Recap...Allgaier qualified fifth at Darlington Raceway in the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro. He was the highest qualifying Chevrolet in the 40-car NNS field. After spending most of Friday night in the top-10 at Darlington Raceway, Allgaier brought his car home in the 10th position. With the 10th-place finish, Allgaier is currently fourth in the NNS Driver Point Standings.-Turner Scott Motorsports