CLINT BOWYER, No. 46 SKF Silverado, Qualified 5th:
"It was a pretty good lap for us. The guys on this team did a great job. This is a great opportunity for us here with SKF coming on board to help us. The Morgan-Dollar Silverado is pretty fast and we are having a little fun.
ON USING ANYTHING FROM TRUCK TO CUP CAR OR VICE VERSA: "To be honest, it hurt me yesterday qualifying the Cup car because you get in so much deeper in the truck. With practicing the truck just before we went out to qualify the Cup car, I got in a little too deep in the Cup car. But it will help I think with passing and just getting in the grove of this track."
KYLE BUSCH, No. 15 Freedom Grill/Team Davis Dirt Racing Silverado, Qualified 9th:
"It wasn't bad for us. We went out on stickers (tires) some guys went out on scuffs. It didn't feel too bad. The first lap was a little tough getting up to speed because we were just a little bit too loose. The second lap felt like it came in pretty good, we just didn't have the speed we needed to have a better qualifying effort but we are happy with where we are.
ON INFORMATION TRANSFER FROM TRUCK TO CUP CAR: "They are pretty much two different setups. They are setup opposite of each other. We will take what we can learn here with air pressures and stuff in the Truck race today and deal with it then as we learn and then incorporate in to the race tomorrow."
MIKE BLISS, No. 16 Xpress Motorsports Silverado, Qualified 15th:
"It wasn't a bad lap for us. The track has a little more grip than yesterday. We kind of figured that being a little cooler. I think we should hold on to a top-10. It is so hard here to pass, track position means a lot. We should be good."
MATT CRAFTON, No. 88 Menards/Energizer Silverado, Qualified 17th:
"We would have liked to have a better qualifying effort here because it is so hard to pass, but I was pretty happy with the truck in race trim yesterday so I think we will be ok in the race this afternoon."
RON HORNADAY JR., No. 33 AES HR Solutions Silverado, Qualified 18th:
"I wasn't quite ready for the track, going out a little bit early. I just wasn't sure what it was going to do but we will be ok."
DENNIS SETZER, No. 85 Shell Rotella T Silverado, Qualified 19th:
"The laps felt pretty good. I got loose off of four the first lap which unfortunately killed both laps because of it. We didn't get a clean run on the second lap so it kind of messed us up both laps getting loose there. But our Silverado is pretty good so we will be ok in the race."
ARIC ALMIROLA, No. 75 Spears Manufacturing Silverado, Qualified 22nd:
"We were loose, loose, loose out there. But that is pretty typical for Loudon. Being the first truck out to qualify, it is loose. We got that honor to be the first one out and it was typically loose. We got to run the track in for everybody else. But we have a good race truck so we will be ok this afternoon."
OTHER SILVERADO QUALIFIERS:
T. J. BELL, No. 07 U.S. Restoration Silverado, Qualified 24th
CHAD MCCUMBEE, No. 08 The GPS Store/Garmin Silverado, Qualified 29th
RYAN MOORE, No. 40 Key Motorsports Silverado, Qualified 30th
ROBERT RICHARDSON, No. 1 winyourmortgage.com Silverado, Qualified 31st
JC STOUT, No. 91 Hunter's Hope Foundation/Xerox Silverado, Qualified 35th
KERRY EARNHARDT, No.13 ThorSport Silverado, Qualified 36th
-credit: gm racing