NSCS Pole Report: Kenseth on pole at Daytona

Backing up his Daytona 500 win, Matt Kenseth claimed the pole award for Saturday's Coke Zero 400. With a lap of 46.781 seconds, 192.386 mph, Kenseth is joined on the front row by Tony Stewart. Rounding out the top 5, Ryan Newman, Kasey Kahne and Greg Biffle.

The green flag drops tomorrow night at 7:49 pm EST. (approx)

The starting lineup:
  1. Matt Kenseth
  2. Tony Stewart
  3. Ryan Newman
  4. Kasey Kahne
  5. Greg Biffle
  6. Jeff Gordon
  7. Bill Elliott
  8. Casey Mears
  9. AJ Allmendinger
  10. Brad Keselowski
  11. Marcos Ambrose
  12. Kevin Harvick
  13. Carl Edwards
  14. Paul Menard
  15. Juan Pablo Montoya 
  16. Trevor Bayne
  17. Jimmie Johnson
  18. Aric Almirola
  19. Martin Truex Jr.
  20. Joey Logano
  21. Jeff Burton
  22. Mike Bliss
  23. Kyle Busch
  24. Denny Hamlin
  25. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  26. Regan Smith
  27. David Stremme
  28. David Ragan
  29. Michael Waltrip
  30. Clint Bowyer
  31. Jamie McMurray
  32. Josh Wise
  33. David Gilliland
  34. Dave Blaney
  35. Terry Labonte
  36. Kurt Busch
  37. Joe Nemechek
  38. Stephen Leicht
  39. Landon Cassill
  40. David Reutimann
  41. Travis Kvapil
  42. J.J. Yeley
  43. Bobby Labonte
Failing to qualify: Robert Richardson Jr.

Tune into the Coke Zero 400 on Saturday night, for wide open coverage on TNT at 6:30 (countdown) and the race starts just after 7:30 pm EST.

BREAKING NEWS: Tony Stewart has failed post-qualifying tech inspection and will start at the rear of the field. Like Austin Dillon in the Nationwide Series, Stewart had an open cooling hose in the cockpit. The cooling hose is capable of providing an aerodynamic advantage. 
NSCS Pole Report: Kenseth on pole at Daytona NSCS Pole Report: Kenseth on pole at Daytona Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, July 06, 2012 Rating: 5