Tyler Reddick on Camping World Truck Series Pole at Texas

Credit: Debbie Ross for Skirts and Scuffs
Tyler Reddick scored his second career Keystone Light 21 Means 21 Pole Award and earned his second pole in three races by besting Kyle Bush, Matt Crafton and Ben Kennedy for the top starting spot in the 16th Annual WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 at Texas Motor Speedway.

The knockout-style time trial turned into a standoff as the twelve drivers who advanced to the final round waited for just the right moment to start their final banzai-style run. Johnny Sauter finally led the charge off pit road, but much like Talladega -- where Reddick won his first pole -- those behind the leader get the advantage of the draft to pull them around the 1.5-mile, high-banked track.

Cameron Hayley of Calgary, Alberta, Canada makes his second series start from the fifth position, with Jeb Burton, Timothy Peters, Darrell Wallace Jr., Ryan Blaney, Bryan Silas, Brennan Newberry and Johnny Sauter filling out the top twelve.

Billed as "No Limits, Texas," Texas Motor Speedway lends itself to intense racing for the Truck Series. Keep an eye on Johnny Sauter, who swept both races in 2012, and who says he's moved on after his run-in with Timothy Peters last week at Martinsville. Since the incident effectively ended Sauter's championship hopes, it's not likely he's been able to put it completely aside.

Kyle Busch hopes to sweep the weekend by winning in all three series. Since he has six wins in his eight Truck starts this season, he stands a reasonable chance of continuing that streak at TMS, where he has two CWTS victories.

Check out all the action starting at 7:30 pm CT tonight on Fox Sports 1.

Full qualifying results:
1  Tyler Reddick29.677  181.959  
2  Kyle Busch29.703  181.800  
3  Matt Crafton29.730  181.635  
4  Ben Kennedy29.766  181.415  
5  Cameron Hayley29.784  181.305  
6  Jeb Burton29.835  180.995  
7  Timothy Peters29.845  180.935  
8  Darrell Wallace, Jr.29.857  180.862  
9  Ryan Blaney29.967  180.198  
10  Bryan Silas30.076  179.545  
11  Brennan Newberry30.225  178.660  
12  Johnny Sauter30.439  177.404  
13  Joey Coulter30.058  179.653  
14  Joe Nemechek30.074  179.557  
15  German Quiroga30.086  179.485  
16  Ron Hornaday, Jr.30.108  179.354  
17  John Wes Townley30.132  179.211  
18  Max Gresham30.163  179.027  
19  Tayler Malsam30.192  178.855  
20  Mason Mingus30.237  178.589  
21  Ryan Ellis30.463  177.264  
22  Tyler Young30.473  177.206  
23  Ray Black, Jr.30.604  176.448  
24  T.J. Bell.000  
25  Justin Jennings30.832  175.143  
26  Ryan Lynch30.944  174.509  
27  Jennifer Jo Cobb31.224  172.944  
28  Mike Harmon32.618  165.553  
29  Blake Koch32.835  164.459  
30  Caleb Roark33.004  163.617  
31  Norm Benning34.110  158.311  
32  Adam Edwards35.223  153.309  

Tyler Reddick on Camping World Truck Series Pole at Texas Tyler Reddick on Camping World Truck Series Pole at Texas Reviewed by Janine Cloud on Friday, October 31, 2014 Rating: 5