Daytona Pepsi Thursday Qualifying

NASCAR Winston Cup Series Racing Qualifying Results Pepsi 400 Daytona International Speedway Race No. 30 /October 15, 1998 Pos No. Name Make Time Speed 1 18 Bobby Labonte Pon 00:46.485 ...

Daytona Pepsi Thursday Qualifying

NASCAR Winston Cup Series Racing Qualifying Results Pepsi 400 Daytona International Speedway Race No. 30 /October 15, 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

Positions 1-25 will be guaranteed a starting position. The rest of the field will be determined following second-round qualifying.

 26 42 Joe Nemechek Chv 00:47.455 189.653 27 21 Michael Waltrip Frd 00:47.488 189.522 28 71 Dave Marcis Chv 00:47.532 189.346 29 94 Bill Elliott Frd 00:47.538 189.322 30 46 Jeff Green Chv 00:47.565 189.215 31 9 Jerry Nadeau Frd 00:47.568 189.203 32 13 Ted Musgrave Frd 00:47.649 188.881 33 07 Dan Pardus Chv 00:47.660 188.838 34 50 Wally Dallenbach Jr Chv 00:47.692 188.711 35 10 Ricky Rudd Frd 00:47.757 188.454 36 4 Bobby Hamilton Chv 00:47.766 188.419 37 98 Rich Bickle Frd 00:47.796 188.300 38 90 Dick Trickle Frd 00:47.803 188.273 39 36 Ricky Craven Pon 00:47.813 188.233 40 41 Rick Wilson Chv 00:47.952 187.688 41 26 Johnny Benson Frd 00:48.013 187.449 42 75 Rick Mast Frd 00:48.016 187.438 43 35 Darrell Waltrip Pon 00:48.044 187.328 44 23 Jimmy Spencer Frd 00:48.097 187.122 45 81 Kenny Wallace Frd 00:48.158 186.885 46 44 Kyle Petty Pon 00:48.180 186.800 47 78 Gary Bradberry Frd 00:48.627 185.082 48 77 Robert Pressley Frd 00:48.806 184.404 

Source: NASCAR Online

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