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NASCAR Winston Cup Series Racing Starting Grid Pepsi 400 Daytona International Speedway Race No. 30 /October 16, 1998 Pos No. Name Make Time Speed 1 18 Bobby Labonte Pon 00:46.485 193.611 2 ...

Daytona Pepsi Starting Grid

NASCAR Winston Cup Series Racing Starting Grid Pepsi 400 Daytona International Speedway Race No. 30 /October 16, 1998

 Pos No. Name Make Time Speed 1 18 Bobby Labonte Pon 00:46.485 193.611 2 99 Jeff Burton Frd 00:46.710 192.678 3 88 Dale Jarrett Frd 00:46.873 192.008 4 5 Terry Labonte Chv 00:46.884 191.963 5 3 Dale Earnhardt Chv 00:46.928 191.783 6 6 Mark Martin Frd 00:46.957 191.665 7 2 Rusty Wallace Frd 00:46.990 191.530 8 24 Jeff Gordon Chv 00:47.003 191.477 9 31 Mike Skinner Chv 00:47.008 191.457 10 55 Hut Stricklin Chv 00:47.012 191.440 11 28 Kenny Irwin Frd 00:47.072 191.196 12 22 Ward Burton Pon 00:47.096 191.099 13 30 Derrike Cope Pon 00:47.097 191.095 14 43 John Andretti Pon 00:47.143 190.909 15 1 Steve Park Chv 00:47.146 190.896 16 33 Ken Schrader Chv 00:47.148 190.888 17 40 Sterling Marlin Chv 00:47.170 190.799 18 47 Billy Standridge Frd 00:47.228 190.565 19 11 Brett Bodine Frd 00:47.268 190.404 20 97 Chad Little Frd 00:47.300 190.275 21 7 Geoff Bodine Frd 00:47.331 190.150 22 16 Kevin Lepage Frd 00:47.344 190.098 23 91 Andy Hillenburg Chv 00:47.374 189.978 24 96 Steve Grissom Chv 00:47.374 189.978 25 12 Jeremy Mayfield Frd 00:47.447 189.685 26 07 Dan Pardus Chv 00:47.382 189.946 27 42 Joe Nemechek Chv 00:47.455 189.653 28 81 Kenny Wallace Frd 00:47.472 189.585 29 21 Michael Waltrip Frd 00:47.488 189.522 30 71 Dave Marcis Chv 00:47.532 189.346 31 94 Bill Elliott Frd 00:47.538 189.322 32 46 Jeff Green Chv 00:47.565 189.215 33 9 Jerry Nadeau Frd 00:47.568 189.203 34 13 Ted Musgrave Frd 00:47.649 188.881 35 50 Wally Dallenbach Jr Chv 00:47.692 188.711 36 98 Rich Bickle Frd 00:47.718 188.608 37 4 Bobby Hamilton Chv Provisional 38 23 Jimmy Spencer Frd Provisional 39 36 Ricky Craven Pon Provisional 40 26 Johnny Benson Frd Provisional 41 10 Ricky Rudd Frd Provisional 42 44 Kyle Petty Pon Provisional 43 35 Darrell Waltrip Pon Provisional 

Failed to Qualify 75 Rick Mast Frd 00:48.093 187.137 90 Dick Trickle Frd 00:48.092 187.141 41 Rick Wilson Chv 00:48.441 185.793 77 Robert Pressley Frd 00:48.806 184.404 78 Gary Bradberry Frd 00:48.864 184.185

Source: NASCAR Online

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