NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams come home to Lowe's Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Banking 500 only from Bank of America.
The race was jointly sponsored by General Motors and the United Auto Worker until 2005 and was then known as the UAW-GM Quality 500. After, 2005 ‘Bank of America’ became the new sponsor in Early 2006 and hence the new name for this race is now called "Bank 500".
There are a number of two time winners of this event, but winning it a third time is something that is very rare. We already know that Johnson is a three time winner. Gordon and Mark Martin can both become three time champs as well. Bobby Allison has won this race three times, cashing in with victories in 1971, 1972, and 1978.
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2018 Bank of America 500 Winner
Ryan Blaney ended up as the surprise winner of the 2018 Bank of America Roval 400. Blaney earned a thrilling victory in the final race of the opening.
2017 Bank of America 500 Winner
Martin Truex, Jr won for the sixth time this season Sunday at the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
2016 Bank of America 500 Winner
Jimmie Kenneth Johnson (born September 17, 1975) is an American stock car racing driver and a seven-time champion in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He currently drives the No. 48 Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsports.
2015 Bank of America 500 Winner
Joseph Thomas "Joey" Logano (born May 24, 1990), nicknamed "Sliced Bread," is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, driving the No. 22 Ford Fusion for Team Penske, and part-time in the Xfinity Series, driving the No. 22 Ford Mustang for Team Penske. He previously drove the No. 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing from 2008 to 2012, collecting two wins and 41 Top 10 finishes. In 2015, he became the second-youngest Daytona 500 champion.
2014 Bank of America 500 Winner
Kevin Michael Harvick is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently drives the No. 4 Ford Fusion for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series full-time. Harvick is the former owner of Kevin Harvick Incorporated, a race team that fielded cars in the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series between 2004 and 2011. He is the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion and a two-time Xfinity Series champion. Harvick holds the all-time record for Cup Series wins at Phoenix International Raceway with eight wins. Harvick is also the third winningest driver in Xfinity Series history with 46 winS.
2013 Bank of America 500 Winner
Brad Keselowski rebounded from an unattended jack during a pit stop that dropped him to the end of the lead lap in 21st, Keselowski ended a 37-race winless streak with a dazzling late surge to win the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
2012 Bank of America 500 Winner
Clint Bowyer wins 2012 Bank of America 500 NASCAR Race by saving fuel over the final 56 laps of the closing green-flag run. Denny Hamlin came in second to the finish line by .417 seconds. Jimmie Johnson, who like Hamlin and Bowyer was saving fuel over the final run, came home third.
2011 Bank of America 500 Winner
Matt Kenseth wins 2011 Bank of America. This victory puts him in excellent position to win his second series championship, leaving him third in the series standings, seven points behind leader Carl Edwards. Kenseth took the lead from Kyle Busch on the last restart of the evening with fewer than 15 laps to go and won.
2010 Bank of America 500 Winner
Jamie McMurray battled past Kyle Busch on the final restart of the 2010 Bank of America 500 Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway and won his third race of the year. McMurray added the Charlotte fall race to his impressive non-Chase record of 2010, which also includes victories in the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400.
2009 Bank of America 500 Winner
Johnson qualified first and was fastest in all three practice sessions en route to winning the NASCAR Banking 500 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. It was the first "perfect weekend" (a goal set by crew chief Chad Knaus) of the three-time champion's 286-race career, though some took issues with the criteria.