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AAA 400, Dover - Qualifying times

Johnson holds off challenge from AJ Allmendinger to claim Dover pole.
1. Jimmie Johnson 23.116s
2. AJ Allmendinger + 0.014s
3. Mark Martin + 0.026s
4. Martin Truex + 0.057s
5. Denny Hamlin + 0.062s
6. Juan Pablo + 0.102s
7. Greg Biffle + 0.105s
8. Jamie McMurray + 0.105s
9. Kurt Busch + 0.136s
10. Paul Menard + 0.145s
11. Carl Edwards + 0.155s
12. Reed Sorenson + 0.167s
13. Kyle Busch + 0.167s
14. Ryan Newman + 0.171s
15. Matt Kenseth + 0.180s
16. Jeff Gordon + 0.182s
17. Kasey Kahne + 0.198s
18. David Reutimann + 0.205s
19. Regan Smith + 0.208s
20. Joey Logano + 0.226s
21. Scott Speed + 0.242s
22. Sam Hornish + 0.248s
23. Elliott Sadler + 0.255s
24. Marcos Ambrose + 0.258s
25. Clint Bowyer + 0.261s
26. Tony Stewart + 0.300s
27. Casey Mears + 0.303s
28. Jeff Burton + 0.309s
29. Joe Nemechek + 0.312s
30. David Ragan + 0.313s
31. Travis Kvapil + 0.364s
32. Brad Keselowski + 0.367s
33. Dale Earnhardt + 0.381s
34. Kevin Harvick + 0.406s
35. Bobby Labonte + 0.415s
36. David Gilliland + 0.420s
37. JJ Yeley + 0.422s
38. Dave Blaney + 0.481s
39. Mike Bliss + 0.501s
40. Landon Cassill + 0.513s
41. Michael McDowell + 0.600s
42. Jeff Green + 0.619s
43. Josh Wise + 0.797s
44. Kevin Conway + 0.836s
45. Tony Raines + 0.932s
46. Ted Musgrave + 0.967s



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