Now that summer is around the corner, millions of fans across the world would be waiting for the 2019 edition of the Coca Cola 600. This is memorable because it usually announces the commencement of summer. This year’s edition is going to commence on the 26 May 2019. There is no doubt that millions of people all over the world will like to watch that event which will be streamed live to them through the official television station, which is the FOX television. This edition is going to be the 59th time it was running. The action will commence from 6pm ET.This race is expected to cover 600 miles and this has always being the pattern over the years. This NASCAR event is going to be unique because it remains the longest of such event in the energy series. Furthermore, the race is different from others because it is considered the longest car race event that can be held in oval circuit. There is no race like that anywhere in the world.The event is to hold Charlotte Motor Speedway that is located in Charlotte in North Carolina. It is usually held on the last weekend of May. This is going to conflict with another big event that will hold in Indianapolis the same day.
There is no doubt that it is becoming popular like the famous Indy 500, which is going to hold the same day. As a matter of fact, there is only one hour different between the commencement of Coca Cola event and the end of Indiana event. The only thing is that those who attended Indianapolis for the Indy race would not be able to watch the Coca Cola event physically. They are not going to miss anything because they are going to watch that race online. It is a field day for fans as they will be busy watching the best auto races in the world.
The first of the race started in the year 1960 and it continued to be organized subsequently. It remains the first official race to be organized in the Charlotte Motor Speedway when it was commissioned about 59 years ago.The intention of the game is to compete with the Indy500, which holds on the Memorial Day. The two races were done differently until the year 1974 when they were observed the same day.