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Pepsi 500, Fontana - Qualifying times

Jamie McMurray took his second Fontana pole of the year - and his fourth pole of the season - at the head of a top 12 strangely light on Chase contenders, with only Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle and Jimmie Johnson featuring.
1. Jamie McMurray 38.859s
2. Elliott Sadler + 0.185s
3. Matt Kenseth + 0.251s
4. Juan Pablo + 0.257s
5. Kasey Kahne + 0.279s
6. Martin Truex + 0.320s
7. Greg Biffle + 0.321s
8. Jimmie Johnson + 0.335s
9. Dale Earnhardt + 0.367s
10. Joey Logano + 0.407s
11. Mark Martin + 0.408s
12. Casey Mears + 0.411s
13. Clint Bowyer + 0.427s
14. Ryan Newman + 0.438s
15. Jeff Burton + 0.440s
16. Kyle Busch + 0.452s
17. Jeff Gordon + 0.473s
18. David Ragan + 0.489s
19. Regan Smith + 0.498s
20. Carl Edwards + 0.506s
21. Kevin Harvick + 0.529s
22. Tony Stewart + 0.531s
23. David Reutimann + 0.561s
24. Paul Menard + 0.587s
25. Brad Keselowski + 0.654s
26. Marcos Ambrose + 0.682s
27. Reed Sorenson + 0.682s
28. Michael McDowell + 0.709s
29. Scott Speed + 0.713s
30. AJ Allmendinger + 0.721s
31. JJ Yeley + 0.727s
32. David Gilliland + 0.821s
33. Jason Leffler + 0.827s
34. Denny Hamlin + 0.862s
35. Joe Nemechek + 0.877s
36. Landon Cassill + 0.917s
37. Sam Hornish + 0.966s
38. Kurt Busch + 1.010s
39. Dave Blaney + 1.240s
40. Travis Kvapil + 1.573s
41. Kevin Conway + 1.768s
42. Andy Lally + 1.784s
43. Bobby Labonte Champion's provisional

Did not qualify:

Mike Bliss + 0.997s
Patrick Carpentier + 1.196s



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