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TUMS Fast Relief 500 - Qualifying times

Denny Hamlin's still firmly in the chase, and he's asserted his claim by clinching pole position for this weekend's race at Martinsville
Denny Hamlin lays down an early challenge to his Chase rivals, while Jimmie Johnson manages only 19th on the grid and Kevin Harvick even further back in 36th.

This is Denny Hamlin's third front-row start at Martinsville in 11 races, his ninth Sprint Cup pole in his 183rd start and his second pole of 2010.

1. Denny Hamlin 19.518
2. Marcos Ambrose + 0.003s
3. Greg Biffle + 0.006s
4. Ryan Newman + 0.009s
5. Juan Montoya + 0.012s
6. Tony Stewart + 0.026s
7. Carl Edwards + 0.037s
8. David Reutimann + 0.039s
9. Jamie McMurray + 0.065s
10. David Ragan + 0.067s
11. Jeff Gordon + 0.071s
12. Paul Menard + 0.073s
13. Regan Smith + 0.080s
14. Scott Speed + 0.083s
15. AJ Allmendinger + 0.088s
16. Martin Truex + 0.109s
17. Clint Bowyer + 0.113s
18. Jeff Burton + 0.132s
19. Jimmie Johnson + 0.135s
20. Casey Mears + 0.137s
21. Mark Martin + 0.157s
22. Joey Logano + 0.160s
23. Bobby Labonte + 0.168s
24. Sam Hornish + 0.173s
25. Brad Keselowski + 0.179s
26. Kyle Busch + 0.180s
27. Travis Kvapil + 0.185s
28. Dale Earnhardt + 0.202s
29. Landon Cassill + 0.230s
30. Kurt Busch + 0.230s
31. Elliott Sadler + 0.236s
32. Matt Kenseth + 0.255s
33. Kasey Kahne + 0.272s
34. Dave Blaney + 0.274s
35. Aric Almirola + 0.281s
36. Kevin Harvick + 0.306s
37. Joe Nemechek + 0.371s
38. Ken Schrader + 0.394s
39. David Gilliland + 0.461s
40. Tony Raines ~ + 0.607s
41. Kevin Conway ~* + 0.655s
42. Hermie Sadler ~ + 0.676s
43. JJ Yeley + 0.445s

Did not qualify

44. Michael McDowell
45. Robby Gordon + 0.554s
46. Terry Cook + 0.600s
47. Johnny Sauter +0.600s

~ = Set by owner points
* = Rookie



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Hmmmm - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 12:43 AM

Can you please actually put drivers names up correctly. Last week you put Juan Montoya which was incorrect but at least ok, this week just Juan Pablo...



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