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Qualifying times - Carfax 400

1. Brian Vickers #83 Red Bull Toyota Red Bull Racing 187.242mph
2. Mark Martin #5 Kelloggs/Carquest Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports 187.013mph
3. Juan Pablo Montoya #42 Target Chevrolet Earnhardt Ganassi Racing 186.819mph
4. Jimmie Johnson #48 Lowes Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports 186.432mph
5. Martin Truex Jr #1 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet Earnhardt Ganassi Racing 186.263mph
6. Kurt Busch #2 Miller Lite Dodge Penske Racing 186.157mph
7. Ryan Newman #39 Haas Automation Chevrolet Stewart Haas Racing 185.912mph
8. Joey Logano* #20 Home Depot Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 185.850mph
9. Bill Elliott #21 Quick Lane Tire Ford Wood Brothers Racin 185.807mph
10. Kasey Kahne #9 Budweiser Dodge Richard Petty Motorsports 185.783mph
11. Scott Speed* #82 Red Bull Toyota Red Bull Racing 185.778mph
12. Brad Keselowski #25 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports 185.730mph
13. AJ Allmendinger #44 Super 8 Dodge Richard Petty Motorsports 185.634mph
14. Sam Hornish Jr #77 Mobil 1 Dodge Penske Racing 185.577mph
15. Dale Earnhardt Jr #88 Nat.Guard/Amp Energy Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports 185.486mph
16. Denny Hamlin #11 Fed Ex Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 185.447mph
17. Greg Biffle #16 3M Ford Roush Fenway Racing 185.385mph
18. Tony Stewart #14 Office Depot Chevrolet Stewart Haas Racing 185.309mph
19. Jamie McMurray #26 Crown Royal Ford Roush Fenway Racing 185.266mph
20. David Stremme #12 Penske Racing Dodge Penske Racing 185.057mph
21. Jeff Gordon #24 DuPont Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports 184.938mph
22. Kevin Harvick #29 Shell/Pennzoil Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing 184.871mph
23. Clint Bowyer #33 Cheerios Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing 184.587mph
24. Robby Gordon #7 Moen Toyota Robby Gordon Motorsports 184.303mph
25. Matt Kenseth #17 Dewalt Ford Roush Fenway Racing 184.186mph
26. Marcos Ambrose #47 Little Debbie Toyota JTG Daugherty Racing 184.171mph
27. Jeff Burton #31 Caterpillar Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing 183.974mph
28. Mike Bliss #09 Phoenix Racing Chevrolet Phoenix Racing 183.941mph
29. John Andretti #34 Carfax Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports 183.894mph
30. Michael Waltrip #55 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing 183.753mph
31. David Reutimann #00 Aaron's Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing 183.702mph
32. Carl Edwards #99 Aflac Ford Roush Fenway Racing 183.496mph
33. Bobby Labonte #96 DLP Ford Hall of Fame Racing 183.290mph
34. Elliott Sadler #19 Stanley Tools Dodge Richard Petty Motorsports 183.253mph
35. Paul Menard #98 Menard's Ford Yates Racing 183.220mph
36. David Gilliland #71 TaxSlayer.com Chevrolet TRG 183.173mph
37. David Ragan #6 UPS Ford Roush Fenway Racing 182.964mph
38. Joe Nemechek #87 NEMCO Toyota NEMCO Motorsports 182.866mph
39. Kyle Busch #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 182.746mph
40. Reed Sorenson #43 Auto Valve Dodge Richard Petty Motorsports 182.315mph
41. Dave Blaney #66 Prism Toyota Prism Motorsports 182.274mph
42. Casey Mears #07 Jack Daniel's Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing 181.616mph
43. Mike Skinner #36 Guy Fieri Toyota Tommy Baldwin Racing 181.708mph



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