Coca-Cola 600

Charlotte Motor Speedway

Concord, N.C.

When: Sunday, 6 p.m.

TV/Radio: Fox/WNPV (1440-AM)

Race course: 1.5-mile oval

Race distance:

600 miles/400 laps

Race forecast:

partly cloudy, 80 degrees

Last year's winner: Kurt Busch

Last year's pole:

Ryan Newman, 187.546 mph

Track qualifying record:

Elliott Sadler, 193.216 mph (October 2005)

Track facts: Jimmie Johnson is tied with Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip for most Cup wins at Charlotte (six). Jeff Gordon is a five-time winner at Charlotte; Mark Martin has four wins . . . Carl Edwards won Saturday's All-Star Challenge. Seven racers have completed the All-Star/Coca-Cola 600 sweep. The last three to do it are Johnson (2003), Kasey Kahne ('08) and Kurt Busch last year. Jamie McMurray was runner-up to Busch in last year's 600-mile race; Kyle Busch was third . . . Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will make his Cup debut, filling in for Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne in the No. 21 Ford. Stenhouse won his first Nationwide race Sunday at Iowa Speedway. Bayne, recovering from an insect bite that led to a stay at the Mayo Clinic, is scheduled to return in the June 4 Nationwide race at Chicagoland Speedway . . . Brian Vickers, driver of the No. 83 Toyota, plans to skydive into Daytona International Speedway on Wednesday. Some racers relax by playing golf or video games; Vickers jumps out of airplanes.

Wins: Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth, 2 each; Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Trevor Bayne, Regan Smith, 1 each.

SPRINT CUP STANDINGS

Through 11 of 36 races

Pvs. Pts. Behind

1. Carl Edwards. . . 1 416 -

2. Jimmie Johnson. . . 2 392 -24

3. Kyle Busch. . . 3 379 -37

4. Dale Earnhardt Jr.. . . 4 364 -52

5. Kevin Harvick. . . 5 362 -54

6. Matt Kenseth. . . 10 342 -74

7. Ryan Newman. . . 6 340 -76

8. Clint Bowyer. . . 9 336 -80

9. Kurt Busch. . . 8 336 -80

10. Tony Stewart. . . 7 328 -88

11. Mark Martin. . . 14 324 -92

12. Greg Biffle. . . 12 311 -105

13. Denny Hamlin. . . 16 304 -112

14. Jeff Gordon. . . 17 299 -117

15. Juan Montoya. . . 13 296 -120

16. A.J. Allmendinger. . . 11 295 -121

17. Paul Menard. . . 18 291 -125

18. Kasey Kahne. . . 15 286 -130

19. Martin Truex Jr.. . . 20 282 -134

20. Marcus Ambrose. . . 22 281 -135

Up next: STP 400, June 5, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kan., 1 p.m.; TV: Fox; last year's winner: Greg Biffle.

- Bill Fleischman