NCWTS Pole Report: Carmichael wins pole in Atlanta

Carmichael claims his first career pole at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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Ricky Carmichael claimed his first pole ever after laying down a lap of 31.179 seconds (177.812 mph) and backing up his efforts in today’s practice sessions. Carmichael went out last, after laying down the fast lap in practice, and knocked Clint Bowyer off the provisional pole.
  1. Ricky Carmichael
  2. Clint Bowyer
  3. James Buescher
  4. Parker Kligerman
  5. Ryan Newman
  6. Kyle Busch
  7. Matt Crafton
  8. Austin Dillon
  9. Josh Richards
  10. Timothy Peters
  11. Cole Whitt
  12. Johnny Sauter
  13. Miguel Paludo
  14. Johanna Long
  15. Colin Braun
  16. Nelson Piquet Jr.
  17. Ron Hornaday
  18. Max Papis
  19. Todd Bodine
  20. Joey Coulter
  21. David Starr
  22. Justin Lofton
  23. Jason White
  24. Justin Marks
  25. Brendan Gaughan
  26. Ryan Sieg
  27. Blake Feese
  28. Jack Smith
  29. BJ McLeod
  30. Mike Garvey
  31. Jennifer Jo Cobb
  32. Chris Fontaine
  33. Dennis Setzer
  34. Johnny Chapman
  35. Chris Cockrum
  36. Charles Vest
Failing to qualify: Norm Benning, Clay Greenfield and Wayne Edwards.

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NCWTS Pole Report: Carmichael wins pole in Atlanta NCWTS Pole Report: Carmichael wins pole in Atlanta Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, September 02, 2011 Rating: 5