Stoney talks with Matt DiBenedetto About The Roval 400

September 17, 2019


Matt DiBenedetto

Driver of No. 95 Toyota for Leavine Family Racing

Earned three Top 5s and six Top 10s this season, both career highs (including 2nd at Bristol just days after learning he would not be back with LFR next year)

Run well on road courses this season (4th at Sonoma and 6th at Watkins Glenn)

Finished 13th in last year’s ROVAL 400



Easily the most anticipated race of the 2018 season, this year’s ROVAL race promises to be a game-changer in the NASCAR playoffs.

A combination of fast, high-banked oval and tight, technical road course, it’s unlike anywhere else drivers race, featuring 17 turns on a 2.28-mile course

NEW FOR 2019:  A new backstretch chicane was added over the summer that will create a heavier breaking zone on the backstretch and create an additional passing zone and EVEN MORE excitement


Friday- Bojangles’ qualifying day – drivers set the field for Sunday’s main event

Saturday- the NASCAR Xfinity Series take to the track for the Drive for the Cure 250, followed by a Rock the ROVAL party with driver appearances and Yacht Rock Revue concert (FREE to all ticketholders with a Saturday or Sunday ticket)

Sunday- Drivers return to the ROVAL for a 109-lap slugfest to determine who will move on in the NASCAR Playoffs and who will win one of NASCAR’s most coveted anticipated events.




Adult Tickets start at just $49 for the Bank of America ROVAL™ 400. Kids 13 and under get in for just $10 with an adult ticket purchase. (Kids are FREE on non-Cup event days!) 

Get tickets by calling 800-455-FANS or online at