Friday, July 12, 2013

NSCS Pole Report: Brad Keselowski breaks record, gets pole

Credit: Tom Pennington/Getty Images
Qualifying for the Magic Mile was record breaking, with the top nine starters besting Ryan Newman's previous record lap of 28.165 seconds (135.232 miles per hour.) Brad Keselowski became the pole sitter for Sunday’s race with a speed of 135.922 mph. Jimmie Johnson qualified second but failed inspection and his time was disallowed. He will start in the rear.

Your starting lineup for the Camping World RV Sales 301:
  1. Brad Keselowski
  2. Kurt Busch
  3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  4. Kyle Busch
  5. Jeff Gordon 
  6. Carl Edwards
  7. Denny Hamlin
  8. Kasey Kahne
  9. Jeff Burton
  10. Juan Pablo Montoya
  11. Jamie McMurray
  12. Matt Kenseth
  13. Brian Vickers
  14. Paul Menard
  15. Ryan Newman
  16. Tony Stewart
  17. Aric Almirola
  18. Kevin Harvick
  19. Martin Truex Jr.
  20. Clint Bowyer
  21. Marcos Ambrose
  22. Greg Biffle
  23. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  24. David Gilliland
  25. Joey Logano
  26. AJ Allmendinger
  27. David Reutimann
  28. Casey Mears
  29. David Regan
  30. Michael McDowell
  31. Travis Kvapil
  32. Danica Patrick
  33. Bobby Labonte
  34. Mike Bliss
  35. Josh Wise
  36. Landon Cassill
  37. Ken Schrader
  38. Joe Nemechek
  39. Dave Blaney
  40. J.J. Yeley
  41. Morgan Shepherd 
  42. David Stremme
  43. Jimmie Johnson



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