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
Denny Hamlin grabbed the Coors Light Pole for NASCAR Sprint Cup's night ace at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Wood Brothers Motorcraft crew worked to get the team's Ford ready for qualifying and Trevor Bayne delivered
Penske Racing’s Joey Logano sets new NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying record at Michigan International Speedway on his way to nail down the home pole for the team owner and Ford Motor Company.
Owen Kelly was in the second group of eight that had five minutes against the clock to set the grid for tomorrow’s race.
Aiming for a three-peat, Marcos Ambrose did not hold anything back in his Richard Petty Motorsports Ford to nail down the NASCAR Sprint Cup pole position at the Watkins Glen circuit.
Still Bayne managed a lap at 183.906 miles per hour, which will put him in the 28th starting spot for Sunday’s 400-mile run.
Ryan Newman now has 50 poles in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He will lead the field tomorrow with the hopes of winning the Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 in Indianapolis.
It was the defending champion’s day in Loudon for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifications on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Keselowski now owns the track record.
Kentucky Speedway has a new track record after Dale Earnhardt Jr. nailed down a hot lap in today’s NASCAR Spring Cup Series qualifying for Saturday night’s race in Sparta, Kentucky.
Carl Edwards has the NSCS pole at the home track for Jack Roush and Ford Motor Company and he added a bit of excitement before his qualifying attempt. He ended up with a bit of the Irish Hills luck.
Denny Hamlin snags the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 pole in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Kurt Busch turned in the second-fastest qualifying time.
The NASCAR Sprint All-Star event does not add points for the championship chase but the pay-off is the goal!
In recent weeks Kurt Busch has been having fun piloting a V8 Supercar at the Circuit of the Americas and an IndyCar on the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Today he earned the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole at Darlington, South Carolina.
Carl Edwards set the fastest Friday practice time which gave him the pole for Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Talladega.
6th - Aric Almirola, No. 43 STP Farmland Ford Fusion 15th - Marcos Ambrose, No. 9 Stanley Ford Fusion