CONCORD, N.C. – The NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 scheduled for Sunday has been postponed by inclement weather and rescheduled to Monday, May 29, at 3 p.m. ET. Coverage for the 400-lap event at Charlotte Motor Speedway will take place on FOX, PRN Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90). 

Rain washed out Saturday’s planned practice and qualifying sessions. The starting lineup for the race was set by NASCAR’s metric formula. William Byron will lead the field to green in the No. 24 Liberty University Patriotic Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Chase Elliott will start from the sixth position in the No. 9 NAPA Auto Parts Patriotic Chevy. Kyle Larson will begin the race from 12th in the No. 5 Patriotic Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Alex Bowman takes the grid from the 31st position in the No. 48 Ally Patriotic Chevy.

Byron to start first at Charlotte

This season, Byron ranks first in the following statistical categories: Wins (three), laps led (596), laps run in the top five (1,787), stage wins (six) and top-five finishes (six). Competing at his home track, he has one top-five finish and two top-10s on the oval layout. 

Since returning from injury, Elliott has not finished outside the top 12 and is now 63 points outside the provisional playoff cutline. In 11 Charlotte oval starts, he has one win, five top-five finishes and six top-10s. Notably, four of those top-five finishes have come in his last five starts at the 1.5-mile venue.  

RELATED: Check out the special paint schemes for Charlotte

Through 13 races this season, Larson has led the second-most laps (582) in the series and is tied for second in points-paying wins (two) and top-five finishes (five). On the Charlotte oval, he has one win, two top-five finishes and six top-10s in 13 starts. Larson’s victory in this race in 2021 was the organization’s 269th Cup Series win, surpassing Petty Enterprises to become the all-time winningest team in premier series history. 

Bowman is making his return to action after missing the past four weeks recovering from a fractured vertebra. Prior to his injury, he had recorded three top-five finishes, six top-10s and an average finish of 10.30 in 10 Cup Series races this season. At 17th in the standings, he currently sits just five points outside the provisional playoff cutline. He has one top-five finish and four top-10s in 11 starts at the Charlotte oval. 

RELATED: Bowman ready to return, looks to build on strong open to '23

Hendrick Motorsports has 21 wins on the 1.5-mile track, which are tied for the third-most Cup Series victories at any one particular track by an organization. The team also holds the top-two spots on this list with its win totals at Martinsville Speedway (28) and Dover Motor Speedway (22). Twelve of those wins have come in the Coca-Cola 600, which is the most victories in the event by any team.