Bank of America ROVAL 400 Charlotte Race Results, Odds & Predictions

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A.J. Allmendinger Celebrates Winning 2023 ROVAL 400
  • 🏆 A.J. Allmendinger won the 2023 Bank of America ROVAL 400, his first win of the season.
  • 📊 Two-time winner Chase Elliott was the Bank of America ROVAL 400 odds favorite.
  • 🚫 Kyle Busch, Bubba Wallace, and Ross Chastain have been eliminated from the playoffs following their Round of 12 finishes.

Anything can happen on the ROVAL, the Charlotte Motor Speedway layout that incorporates the infield road course and the oval track’s four high-speed corners with a penchant for big wrecks and dramatic NASCAR finishes.

While North Carolina sportsbooks odds for the ROVAL 400 typically favor top road racers, their success is hardly guaranteed, as proven by this year's results.

NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL 400 Results

Here are the Top 10 finishers for the 2023 NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL 400:

  1. 🥇 A.J. Allmendinger (+1000)
  2. 🥈 William Byron (+650)
  3. 🥉 Kyle Busch (+1500)
  4. Ty Gibbs
  5. Joey Logano
  6. Tyler Reddick (+700)
  7. Chris Buescher (+2200)
  8. Alex Bowman (+3500)
  9. Chase Elliott (+600)
  10. Ross Chastain

Elliott was the odds-on favorite to win prior to the race.

NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL 400 Pre-Race Top Bets

Favorite:Chase Elliott +600
Sleeper:Chris Buescher +2200
Matchup:Kyle Larson (-125) vs. A.J. Allmendinger (-105)

Chase Elliott is the Bank of America ROVAL 400 odds favorite because he owns seven career victories on road courses, more than any other active driver. But he's also winless this season, a drought that kept him out of the playoffs. 

All five Bank of America ROVAL 400 events have been won by playoff drivers like Chris Buescher, who’s won three times this season. He is a better road course racer than he gets credit for. 

Matching up Kyle Larson and A.J. Allmendinger pits two of the better road racers in NASCAR, but Larson gets the edge because of his better overall results this season.

Looking Back at NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL 400 Odds

Chase Elliott+600
William Byron+650
Tyler Reddick+700
Michael McDowell+900
Kyle Larson+900
A.J. Allmendinger+1000
Martin Truex Jr.+1200
Kyle Busch+1500
Denny Hamlin+1500
Daniel Suarez+1800

Bank of America ROVAL 400 Pre-Race Favorites

These are the top 4 favorites in 2023's Bank of America ROVAL 400.

Chase Elliott (+600)

Chase Elliott was once the most dominant road course racer in NASCAR, but the field has caught up. Elliott hasn’t won a race of any kind in over a year, hasn’t won on a road course since July of 2021, and hasn’t shown the same form as the top championship contenders this season.

William Byron (+650)

William Byron has finished first and second the past two weeks, leading the circuit with six wins. While not known as a road course expert, Byron won the road course race at Watkins Glen in August, was fifth at Circuit of the Americas in March, and has twice finished sixth on the Bank of America ROVAL 400.

Tyler Reddick (+700)

Tyler Reddick changed teams over the offseason, and it took a while for his road racing results to catch up. The ROVAL 400 runner-up two years ago, Reddick finished fourth and eighth, respectively, in his two most recent road course starts this season.

Michael McDowell (+900)

Michael McDowell won on the Indianapolis Grand Prix course earlier this season and has eight career top-10s on road circuits. But the ROVAL 400 isn't his best track, and McDowell doesn’t fit the profile of the playoff driver who typically wins this late in the season.

North Carolina Bank of America ROVAL 400 Longshot Picks

These two drivers aren't leading the odds board, but they could be some sneaky sleeper picks for bettors.

Chris Buescher (+2200)

Chris Buescher has been one of NASCAR’s top drivers over the second half of this season. While not known as a road course racer, he still owns 10 career road course top-10s including third and sixth at the ROVAL 400 over the past two seasons, respectively.

Alex Bowman (+3500)

Alex Bowman owns the best career average finish among all drivers on the ROVAL 400 (6.0), placing as high as second in 2019. But he’s managed only two top-fives (though both on road courses) since March.

Charlotte Bank of America ROVAL 400 Preview

The ROVAL isn’t your normal track, and the Bank of America ROVAL 400 isn’t your normal race. 

Ryan Blaney won in 2018 after the leaders crashed off the final corner, and Christopher Bell capitalized on chaos to win in 2022. NASCAR road races are physical, and no one is immune from being spun out. 

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NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL 400 Key Stats

  • Chase Elliott has led 94 laps on the ROVAL 400, more than any other driver
  • Ryan Blaney, Alex Bowman and Joey Logano lead all drivers with four career top-10 finishes at the ROVAL 400
  • ✅ Four of five ROVAL 400 winners have started inside the top 10

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NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL 400 Live Betting Trends

  • 📈 Kevin Harvick has been the fastest driver on restarts on the ROVAL 400, averaging 97.798 mph
  • 📈 Bubba Wallace leads all drivers in green flag passes on the ROVAL 400, with 474
  • 📈 Kyle Larson leads all drivers in average green flag speed on the ROVAL 400, at 98.381 mph

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