Jimmie Johnson will start from pole position in the longest NASCAR race of the year.
Harvick posts new track record in Kansas qualifying as Stewart-Haas Racing has banner day
Brian Vickers: "I think it’s by far better qualifying than we’ve ever seen at superspeedways ever in the history of the sport."
Brian Scott: "This Chevy SS was really fast, and we were able to get the draft and the right suck (up) right there at the last second to get the pole."
Talladega qualifying saw a new driver earn pole position.
NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying at Richmond International Raceway was rained out Friday.
Kevin Harvick has made it eight different pole-sitters in the first eight races of the 2014 Sprint Cup season with his pole at Darlington Friday.
Logano set a Martinsville Speedway track record in winning the first qualifying session when he turned a lap of 18.898 seconds (100.20 mph).
Five team Chevy driver’s will start in the top-ten
Six team Chevy driver’s will start in the top-12.
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.