Talladega II: Starting grid

Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- ---------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 51.863 ...

Talladega II: Starting grid
 Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- ---------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 51.863 184.640 2. 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 51.903 0.040 0.040 184.498 0.142 0.142 3. 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 51.934 0.031 0.071 184.388 0.110 0.252 4. 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 51.972 0.038 0.109 184.253 0.135 0.387 5. 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 51.998 0.026 0.135 184.161 0.092 0.479 6. 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 52.070 0.072 0.207 183.906 0.255 0.734 7. 36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 52.076 0.006 0.213 183.885 0.021 0.755 8. 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 52.111 0.035 0.248 183.762 0.123 0.878 9. 13 Casey Mears Toyota 52.151 0.040 0.288 183.621 0.141 1.019 10. 77 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 52.153 0.002 0.290 183.614 0.007 1.026 11. 12 Brad Keselowski Dodge 52.168 0.015 0.305 183.561 0.053 1.079 12. 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 52.173 0.005 0.310 183.543 0.018 1.097 13. 197 Jeff Fuller Toyota 52.212 0.039 0.349 183.406 0.137 1.234 14. 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 52.221 0.009 0.358 183.374 0.032 1.266 15. 46 Michael McDowell Chevrolet 52.250 0.029 0.387 183.273 0.101 1.367 16. 83 Kasey Kahne Toyota 52.258 0.008 0.395 183.245 0.028 1.395 17. 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 52.313 0.055 0.450 183.052 0.193 1.588 18. 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 52.325 0.012 0.462 183.010 0.042 1.630 19. 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 52.328 0.003 0.465 182.999 0.011 1.641 20. 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota 52.351 0.023 0.488 182.919 0.080 1.721 21. 00 David Reutimann Toyota 52.367 0.016 0.504 182.863 0.056 1.777 22. 71 Chad McCumbee Chevrolet 52.374 0.007 0.511 182.839 0.024 1.801 23. 99 Carl Edwards Ford 52.379 0.005 0.516 182.821 0.018 1.819 24. 09 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 52.385 0.006 0.522 182.800 0.021 1.840 25. 20 Joey Logano Toyota 52.388 0.003 0.525 182.790 0.010 1.850 26. 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 52.389 0.001 0.526 182.786 0.004 1.854 27. 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 52.389 0.000 0.526 182.786 0.000 1.854 28. 6 David Ragan Ford 52.428 0.039 0.565 182.650 0.136 1.990 29. 82 Scott Speed Toyota 52.443 0.015 0.580 182.598 0.052 2.042 30. 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 52.465 0.022 0.602 182.522 0.076 2.118 31. 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 52.500 0.035 0.637 182.400 0.122 2.240 32. 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 52.510 0.010 0.647 182.365 0.035 2.275 33. 19 Elliott Sadler Ford 52.527 0.017 0.664 182.306 0.059 2.334 34. 16 Greg Biffle Ford 52.541 0.014 0.678 182.258 0.048 2.382 35. 47 Marcos Ambrose Toyota 52.616 0.075 0.753 181.998 0.260 2.642 36. 43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 52.650 0.034 0.787 181.880 0.118 2.760 37. 9 Aric Almirola Ford 52.710 0.060 0.847 181.673 0.207 2.967 38. 98 Paul Menard Ford 52.716 0.006 0.853 181.653 0.020 2.987 39. 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 52.799 0.083 0.936 181.367 0.286 3.273 40. 37 David Gilliland+ Ford 53.328 41. 34 Robert Richardson Jr.+ Ford 53.490 42. 7 Robby Gordon+ Toyota 53.642 43. 26 Bill Elliott++ Ford 
 DNQ 164 Landon Cassill Toyota 52.727 DNQ 38 Travis Kvapil Ford 53.064 DNQ 66 Johnny Sauter Toyota 54.066 

* Series rookie + Set by owner points ++ Champion's provisional

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