Ford Racing in Auto Club 400 qualifying.
Six Chevrolet SS race cars qualify in top 15 starting spots.
Denny Hamlin got around the .533-mile banked oval in 14.761 seconds, 129.991 mph to earn the 18th pole of his career.
The Wood Brothers got their first taste of NASCAR’s new “knockout” qualifying procedure.
Kyle Busch: "It’s never any fun when you’re on the losing end of it.”
Six Chevrolet SS race cars qualify in top 12 starting spots
Keselowski completed a lap at 139.384 mph, breaking the record of 139.222 mph set by Jimmie Johnson before last year’s Chase race in November.
Penske teammate Joey Logano qualifies second.
The six-time champion expected his third Speedweeks car might be a rewrapped version of a Hendrick Motorsports teammate's Chevy.
Matt Kenseth No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota won the first 150-mile qualifying race in the Budweiser Duel at Daytona.
Furniture Row Racing driver to start season opener from the outside pole
The rookie of the year contender will lead the field to green for next Sunday's race.
RFR’s Carl Edwards: “This has been one of the best Speedweeks - speed-wise - that we’ve had in a long time.”
Rumours are already abound that NASCAR 'helped' Richard Childress Racing and Austin Dillon get on pole for publicity reasons.
Roush Fenway Racing’s Carl Edwards now has 13 Sprint Cup career poles.
Denny Hamlin grabs the Coors Light Pole with points leader Jimmie Johnson on the front row.
Aric Almirola is looking to find Victory Lane for the first time in the No. 43 Smithfield Fusion and he’s off to a good start after qualifying fifth yesterday.
Despite the recent past days that led to Penske Racing’s penalty after the Richmond race, Logano put his full effort into taking the Chicagoland pole