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Nascar Pole Positions 2017 daytona 500 pole positions 2017

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Positions In The NASCAR Daytona 500 Auto Race At Daytona International. Nascar Pole Positions. View Original . [Updated on 06/7/2017 at 06:06:38]


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The race restarted with 59 to go. Heading down the backstretch, McMurray, in the top line, tried passing to the inside of Elliott, but his advance was blocked. He checked up and got hooked into the outside wall by Brendan Gaughan . Suárez swerved to the left to avoid a t-bone collision with McMurray, only to collide with Ryan Newman . The accordion effect resulted in an 11-car wreck that brought out the seventh caution. [51] “I haven’t seen the replay yet,” Keselowski said after being caught up in the wreck, "but everybody wrecked in front of me. We had just pitted and were running really good, right up at the front where we needed to be in contention for a solid finish and hopefully a win. … That is unfortunate.” [52] Austin Dillon took the lead prior to the caution. [39]

The race restarted with 52 to go. Logano took the lead with 51 to go. On the backstretch with 50 to go, Elliott shunted Joey Gase , which sent him into the outside wall and down the track, bringing out the eighth caution. Cole Whitt opted not to pit under the caution and assumed the lead. [39]

The race restarted with 47 to go. Whitt lead the first lap after the restart, thanks to a push from Logano on the inside line, but Aric Almirola powered by Whitt on the outside to take the lead with 45 to go. Suddenly, Almirola slowed up and fell back, handing the lead to Larson with 43 to go. After battling side-by-side for a few laps, Logano took the lead with 37 to go. The top-five raced single-file with 31 to go. Kurt Busch led the outside line charge before Elliott took it over with 27 to go. The next lap, he cleared Logano for the race lead on the backstretch. With 20 to go, the bottom line disappeared and the top-12 cars formed a breakaway draft running up against the wall. Blaney broke out of line to lead the inside line's charge with 10 to go, but they made no progress and rejoined the top line with seven to go. [53] With four to go, Elliott ran out of gas and Martin Truex Jr. took the lead in Turn 4. [54] With two to go, the same fate befell Truex. Larson took command of the race with one lap to go. [55] He also ran out of gas; Busch passed him exiting Turn 2 and won the 59th running of the Daytona 500. [56]

Post-race [ edit ] Driver comments [ edit ]

“There is nothing predictable about this race anymore and the more years that have gone by that I didn’t win I kept trying to go back to patterns that I had seen in the past,” Busch said in victory lane. "My mirror fell off with 30 laps to go and I couldn’t even see out the back. And I thought that was an omen. Throw caution to the wind. The more unpredictability that keeps unfolding at the Daytona 500, I predicted it. It just got crazy and wild and I am so proud of all the drivers at the end. We put on a show for a full fuel run and nobody took each other out and it was one of the smartest chess games I have seen out there. All the hard work that Ford and SHR put into this -- this Ford Fusion is in Daytona’s victory lane.” [57] Team owner Tony Stewart , who failed to win the Daytona 500 in 17 attempts, said if he knew he "would retire and win the next race, I would have retired 17 years ago and got it that way. It's a pretty cool deal. This is one that we've waited for for a long, long time." [58]

Blaney, who scored a career-best finish of runner-up despite running out of gas on the final lap, said he "tried to make a move with 10 to go and I didn’t go anywhere. I thought we were kind of stuck. Luckily, we had the 22 with us. I kind of helped him and he kind of helped me. Late there we got a big run into (Turn) 1 and we kind of all separated and I got a big pull. I got to second behind the 41 somehow and that kept us going the whole way. I laid back to the 47 thinking I’d get a good run and I was sputtering and running out of gas on the backstretch.” [59]

Michael Waltrip , who finished eighth – and was the highest finishing Toyota driver – in his final career NASCAR start, said this race will "be a great memory! I felt like so many times, I was in the middle of a crash and I missed it. You do a good job and get lucky. At the end, I just lost the draft, and that’s unfortunate because I was able to weave my way past people. I had a really good-handling car.” [60]

Race results [ edit ] Stage Results [ edit ]

Stage One Laps: 60

Pos No Driver Team Manufacturer Points 1 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 10 2 4 Kevin Harvick Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 9 3 21 Ryan Blaney Wood Brothers Racing Ford 8 4 2 Brad Keselowski Team Penske Ford 7 5 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 6 6 42 Kyle Larson Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet 5 7 1 Jamie McMurray Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet 4 8 11 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 3 9 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 2 10 10 Danica Patrick Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 1 Official stage one results

Stage Two Laps: 60

Pos No Driver Team Manufacturer Points 1 4 Kevin Harvick Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 10 2 22 Joey Logano Team Penske Ford 9 3 41 Kurt Busch Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 8 4 2 Brad Keselowski Team Penske Ford 7 5 10 Danica Patrick Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 6 6 47 A. J. Allmendinger JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet 5 7 14 Clint Bowyer Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 4 8 42 Kyle Larson Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet 3 9 31 Ryan Newman Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 2 10 21 Ryan Blaney Wood Brothers Racing Ford 1 Official stage two results Final Stage Results [ edit ]

Stage Three Laps: 80

Pos Grid No Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Points 1 8 41 Kurt Busch Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 200 48 2 36 21 Ryan Blaney Wood Brothers Racing Ford 200 44 3 38 47 A. J. Allmendinger JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet 200 39 4 13 43 Aric Almirola Richard Petty Motorsports Ford 200 33 5 33 27 Paul Menard Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 200 32 6 15 22 Joey Logano Team Penske Ford 200 40 7 26 5 Kasey Kahne Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 200 30 8 30 15 Michael Waltrip Premium Motorsports Toyota 200 29 9 25 32 Matt DiBenedetto Go Fas Racing Ford 200 28 10 11 6 Trevor Bayne Roush Fenway Racing Ford 200 27 11 39 75 Brendan Gaughan (i) Beard Motorsports Chevrolet 200 0 12 16 42 Kyle Larson Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet 200 33 13 35 78 Martin Truex Jr. Furniture Row Racing Toyota 200 24 14 1 24 Chase Elliott Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 200 23 15 22 95 Michael McDowell Leavine Family Racing Chevrolet 200 22 16 27 34 Landon Cassill Front Row Motorsports Ford 199 21 17 4 11 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 199 23 18 17 72 Cole Whitt TriStar Motorsports Ford 199 19 19 10 3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 199 18 20 40 7 Elliott Sadler (i) Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet 199 0 21 14 31 Ryan Newman Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 198 18 22 5 4 Kevin Harvick Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 197 34 23 29 23 Joey Gase (i) BK Racing Toyota 196 0 24 31 83 Corey LaJoie (R) BK Racing Toyota 193 13 25 20 38 David Ragan Front Row Motorsports Ford 188 12 26 32 33 Jeffrey Earnhardt Circle Sport – The Motorsports Group Chevrolet 145 11 27 7 2 Brad Keselowski Team Penske Ford 143 24 28 3 1 Jamie McMurray Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet 141 13 29 19 19 Daniel Suárez (R) Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 141 8 30 18 13 Ty Dillon (R) Germain Racing Chevrolet 140 7 31 23 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Roush Fenway Racing Ford 133 6 32 6 14 Clint Bowyer Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 128 9 33 12 10 Danica Patrick Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 128 11 34 24 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 127 5 35 37 37 Chris Buescher JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet 127 2 36 28 96 D. J. Kennington Gaunt Brothers Racing Toyota 127 1 37 2 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 106 7 38 21 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 103 11 39 34 77 Erik Jones (R) Furniture Row Racing Toyota 103 1 40 9 20 Matt Kenseth Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 103 1 Official race results Race summary [ edit ] Lead changes: 37 among 18 different drivers Cautions/Laps: 8 for 40 Red flags: 1 for 17 minutes Time of race: 3 hours, 29 minutes and 31 seconds Average speed: 143.187 miles per hour (230.437 km/h) Media [ edit ] Television [ edit ] See also: NASCAR on television and radio § Beyond the United States

Since 2001 —with the exception of 2002 , 2004 and 2006 —the Daytona 500 has been carried by Fox in the United States. The booth crew consisted of longtime NASCAR lap-by-lap announcer Mike Joy , three–time Daytona 500 champion Jeff Gordon , and 1989 race winner Darrell Waltrip . Pit road was manned by Jamie Little , Chris Neville , Vince Welch and Matt Yocum .

Fox Television Booth announcers Pit reporters Lap-by-lap: Mike Joy Color-commentator: Jeff Gordon Color commentator: Darrell Waltrip Jamie Little Chris Neville Vince Welch Matt Yocum Radio [ edit ]

The race was broadcast on radio by the Motor Racing Network —who has covered the Daytona 500 since 1970 —and simulcast on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio . The booth crew consisted of longtime announcer Joe Moore, Jeff Striegle and 1989 Cup Series champion Rusty Wallace . Longtime turn announcer – and prodigy of MRN co-founder Ken Squier  – Dave Moody was the lead turn announcer. He called the Daytona 500 from atop the Sunoco tower outside the exit of turn 2 when the field was racing through turns 1 and 2. Mike Bagley worked the backstretch for the Daytona 500 from a spotter's stand on the inside of the track. Kyle Rickey called the Daytona 500 when the field was racing through turns 3 and 4 from the Sunoco tower outside the exit of turn 4. On pit road, MRN was manned by lead pit reporter and NASCAR Hall of Fame Executive Director Winston Kelley. He was joined on pit road by Steve Post and Alex Hayden.

MRN Radio Booth announcers Turn announcers Pit reporters Lead announcer: Joe Moore Announcer: Jeff Striegle Announcer: Rusty Wallace Turns 1 & 2: Dave Moody Backstretch: Mike Bagley Turns 3 & 4: Kyle Rickey Alex Hayden Winston Kelley Steve Post Standings after the race [ edit ] Drivers' Championship standings Pos Driver Points 1 Kurt Busch 56 2 Ryan Blaney 44 (–12) 3 Joey Logano 43 (–13) 4 Kevin Harvick 42 (–14) 5 A. J. Allmendinger 39 (–17) 6 Aric Almirola 37 (–19) 7 Kyle Larson 36 (–20) 8 Chase Elliott 33 (–23) 9 Denny Hamlin 33 (–23) 10 Paul Menard 32 (–24) 11 Trevor Bayne 32 (–24) 12 Brad Keselowski 31 (–25) 13 Kasey Kahne 30 (–26) 14 Michael Waltrip 29 (–27) 15 Matt DiBenedetto 28 (–28) 16 Austin Dillon 25 (–31) Official driver's standings Manufacturers' Championship standings Pos Manufacturer Points 1 Ford 40 2 Chevrolet 34 (–6) 3 Toyota 29 (–11) Official manufacturers' standings Note: Only the first 16 positions are included for the driver standings. 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Daytona 500 Qualifying Procedure February 3, 2010 July 29, 2011 by thefinallap , posted in Archive

The Daytona 500 uses a different qualifying procedure than any other race in the world. On qualifying day, Saturday, Feb. 6, the fastest two cars “lock in” their starting spots for the Daytona 500, earning the pole and outside pole positions, respectively.

WHEN: Saturday at 1pm Eastern on Fox

The fastest qualifier earns the pole for both the Daytona 500 and the first 150-mile Gatorade Duel qualifying race. In addition to the polesitter, the odd-number positions (1st, 3rd, 5th, etc.) of the highest-ranked 35 finishers in the final 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car owner points standings are assigned to the first Duel race.

The second-fastest qualifier earns the outside pole for the Daytona 500 and starts on the pole for the second 150- mile Gatorade Duel qualifying race. In addition to the second-fastest qualifier, the even-number positions (2nd, 4th, 6th, etc.) of the highest-ranked 35 finishers in the final 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car owner points standings will be assigned to the second Duel event.

The lineup for each qualifying race is set based upon the qualifying speeds in the time trials for all cars, including those who are among the highest-ranked 35 in the final 2009 car owner point standings. The highest-ranked 35 des- ignation does not determine the car’s starting position, only the assignment of its 150-mile qualifying event.

Additional cars that are not among the highest-ranked 35 in the final 2009 car owner points are alternated between the first and second 150-mile qualifying events using an odd-even format. The odd-number positions are assigned to the first event while the even-number positions are assigned to the second event. The odd-even positions are not determined by where the car qualified in the overall field, but their specific qualifying order among those cars not part of the highest-ranked 35 group.

A maximum of 66 cars are permitted to compete between the two qualifying races, and all cars must compete in one of these events to be eligible for the Daytona 500. Starting positions for the Daytona 500 are designated for the highest-ranked 35 positions from the final 2009 car owner point standings from each Duel race, the two-highest finishing cars in each Duel race not among that highest- ranked 35 group and the two front-row qualifiers.

The balance of the 43-car field is filled by the fastest remaining qualifiers who have not already earned a starting posi- tion, with the exception of the 43rd position which is assigned to an eligible former or current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.

Should there not be an eligible champion; the position is assigned to the next fastest qualifier not in the field.

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