Trucks Pole Report: Dillon Gets Lucky 7th Pole for Ford 200

Lucky number seven might work in the favor of Austin Dillon, who won his 7th pole for the 2010 season for Friday's Ford 200 in the Bass Pro Shops / Tracker Boats Chevrolet with a 31.649 lap (170.622 mph) for Richard Childress Racing. Only 0.148 seconds behind is Kyle Busch in the Toyota Tundra / TRAXXAS Toyota in the last race of his first season as driver and team owner of Kyle Busch Motorsports.

Ford200 After Todd Bodine won the championship last week, what does this race mean? Actually it finalizes where the other racers in the series are placed on the rest of the grid, but will it bring lots of closure after a season of many interesting ups, downs and in-betweens.
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  1. Austin Dillon
  2. Kyle Busch
  3. Johnny Sauter
  4. Elliott Sadler
  5. Aric Almirola
  6. Justin Lofton
  7. Matt Crafton
  8. Todd Bodine
  9. Ron Hornaday Jr.
  10. Mike Skinner
  11. Tayler Malsam
  12. Cole Whitt
  13. Max Papis
  14. Brad Sweet
  15. Timothy Peters
  16. Jason White
  17. Travis Kvapil
  18. David Starr
  19. David Mayhew
  20. James Buescher
  21. Craig Goess
  22. Ricky Carmichael
  23. John Jackson
  24. Miquel Paludo
  25. Johanna Long
  26. Jeffrey Earnhardt
  27. Hermie Sadler III
  28. Ryan Sieg
  29. John King
  30. Mario Gosselin
  31. Brent Raymer
  32. Jennifer Jo Cobb
  33. Shane Sieg
  34. Norm Benning
  35. Derek White
  36. Tom Hessert
Trucks Pole Report: Dillon Gets Lucky 7th Pole for Ford 200 Trucks Pole Report:  Dillon Gets Lucky 7th Pole for Ford 200 Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, November 19, 2010 Rating: 5

1 comment

  1. I heard he had engine troubles prior to the race. It turned out ok in the end.