The final pit stall was taken by #24-Elliott, who starts 2nd.
To see where the drivers/teams pit stall is, see the pit selection chart on Jayski.com's Pit Stall Selection chart.(6-30-2017)#88-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
won the Coors Light pole for the Coke Zero 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway with speed of 190.973mph for his 1st pole of 2017, 2nd at Daytona and 14th of his career. #24-Elliott will start 2nd followed by #2-Keselowski, #5-Kahne, #4-Harvick, #17-Stenhouse Jr., #22-Logano, #1-Mc Murray, #21-Blaney, #10-Patrick, #14-Bowyer & #48-Johnson #88-Earnhardt Jr.
Brandel will be honored during 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony festivities and featured in an exhibit in the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.(NASCAR Hall of Fame)[Read More Here](6-30-2017)Coverage of Qualifying for the Coke Zero 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway is scheduled for Friday, June 30, 2017 at pm/et.
Television (TV): NBCSN, pm/et Radio: Live online at Motor Racing Network (MRN)Superspeedway Qualifying Format for Daytona/Talladega: The qualifying format at superspeedways consists of the following: · Two rounds of qualifying, with the top-12 posted lap speeds advancing to the second round · Race vehicles taking one, timed lap in each round of qualifying · Each race vehicle will be released in a predetermined timed interval as determined by NASCAR, with the sanctioning body reserving the right to have more than one vehicle engaging in qualifying runs at the same time · Qualifying order for the first round was be determined by practice speeds, slowest to fastest; final round qualifying order is determined by slowest to fastest speeds from the first round · A 10-minute break will occur between the first qualifying round and the final round · Upon completion of the first qualifying round, the field will be set with positions 13 and beyond determined from first round qualifying speed · The 12 fastest vehicles from the first round will have their speeds reset for the final round with starting positions 1-12 determined by the fastest laps in the final round · NASCAR will impound race vehicles following each qualifying lap; vehicles advancing to the final round will be allowed to adjust tape and utilize a cool-down unit during the 10-minute break only.
won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 59th Annual Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola with a lap of 47.127 seconds, 190.973 mph.
This is his 14th pole in 612 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races.
Wherever the numbers have shown, I think you have to be at the top-six to have a shot at it."(Ford Performace)[Read More Q&A Here]Norma "Dusty" Brandel Named Seventh Squier-Hall Award Recipient NASCAR and the NASCAR Hall of Fame announced legendary motorsports reporter Norma "Dusty" Brandel as the seventh recipient of the Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence.
A media staple in motorsports for more than six decades, Brandel started her career in 1955 as a writer for the Hollywood Citizen-News before joining both the San Fernando Sun and Valley View and Glendale News-Press.
The order for the 1st round is set by practice speeds (both practices combined) from Thursday, slowest to fastest.
The first driver scheduled to make an attempt is in round 1 is #33-Earnhardt (slowest overall).
#24-Chase Elliott (second) posted his 10th top-10 start of 2017 and his third in four races at Daytona International Speedway.