Jeff Gordon and Jamie McMurray join the No. 11 FedEx Toyota in the garage.
Edwards continues his transition to a new team and new car.
Joey Logano posted the fastest pole-winning speed at the 1.54-mile intermediate track (194.683 mph) since Carl Edwards ran 194.690 in qualifying for the fourth race of the 2005 season.
Sprint Cup qualifying was delayed, but never started for some such as former champions Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
BK Racing provides opportunity for another aspiring racer.
Tempers flared with just two laps to go at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday night.
While it was not the result that Stewart wanted, his return proved cathartic for friends and fans.
19 drivers have a mathematical shot at it going into Richmond.
Kasey Kahne muscled his way past Matt Kenseth to win at Atlanta Motor Speedway and lock himself into the Chase Sunday night.
Early exit drops Keselowski to fifth in the point standings after 39th-place showing
Keselowski roots for Blaney from afar; Roush Fenway announces sponsor extension for Stenhouse.
Smoke's return is marred by multiple accidents.
Jeff Gordon drops through the field after cutting a left front tire.
Logano remains optimistic despite starting on Row 7.
Starting spot doesn't worry Logano; Kenseth still looking for first win.