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Cup - Pocono - Qualifying times

Joey Logano took pole position for the second race of the year at Pocono Raceway, and will line-up for the start of Sunday's Cup race alongside Kasey Kahne.
Joey Logano will start from pole position in Sunday's Good Sam RV Insurance 500 Cup race at Pocono Raceway, his third pole position in Cup competition. Kasey Kahne continues his run of top ten starts and will line-up n the front row alongside him in second place.

Qualifying times

1. #20 Joey Logano Toyota 52.309s (Leader) 172.055mph
2. #4 Kasey Kahne Toyota 52.433s (-0.124) 171.648mph
3. #56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 52.480s (-0.171) 171.494mph
4. #99 Carl Edwards Ford 52.486s (-0.177) 171.474mph
5. #22 Kurt Busch Dodge 52.488s (-0.179) 171.468mph
6. #11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 52.494s (-0.185) 171.448mph
7. #27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 52.518s (-0.209) 171.370mph
8. #31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 52.519s (-0.210) 171.367mph
9. #16 Greg Biffle Ford 52.579s (-0.270) 171.171mph
10. #29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 52.594s (-0.285) 171.122mph
11. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 52.607s (-0.298) 171.080mph
12. #39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 52.697s (-0.388) 170.788mph
13. #2 Brad Keselowski Dodge 52.739s (-0.430) 170.652mph
14. #33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 52.749s (-0.440) 170.619mph
15. #6 David Ragan Ford 52.749s (-0.440) 170.619mph
16. #1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 52.758s (-0.449) 170.590mph
17. #78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 52.768s (-0.459) 170.558mph
18. #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 52.774s (-0.465) 170.538mph
19. #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 52.784s (-0.475) 170.506mph
20. #17 Matt Kenseth Ford 52.805s (-0.496) 170.438mph
21. #36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 52.845s (-0.536) 170.309mph
22. #47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 52.854s (-0.545) 170.280mph
23. #42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 52.891s (-0.582) 170.161mph
24. #34 David Gilliland Ford 52.920s (-0.611) 170.068mph
25. #5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 52.928s (-0.619) 170.042mph
26. #83 Brian Vickers Toyota 52.944s (-0.635) 169.991mph
27. #9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 52.980s (-0.671) 169.875mph
28. #14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 53.024s (-0.715) 169.734mph
29. #43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 53.057s (-0.748) 169.629mph
30. #66 Todd Bodine Toyota 53.131s (-0.822) 169.393mph
31. #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 53.142s (-0.833) 169.358mph
32. #13 Casey Mears Toyota 53.148s (-0.839) 169.339mph
33. #00 David Reutimann Toyota 53.149s (-0.840) 169.335mph
34. #55 J.J. Yeley Ford 53.283s (-0.974) 168.909mph
35. #46 Erik Darnell Ford 53.371s (-1.062) 168.631mph
36. #51 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 53.410s (-1.101) 168.508mph
37. #30 David Stremme Chevrolet 53.606s (-1.297) 167.892mph
38. #7 Robby Gordon Dodge 53.637s (-1.328) 167.795mph
39. #38 Travis Kvapil Ford 53.698s (-1.389) 167.604mph
40. #37 Scott Speed Ford 53.757s (-1.448) 167.420mph
41. #32 Jason White+ Ford 53.839s (-1.530) 167.165mph
42. #71 Andy Lally+* Ford 53.935s (-1.626) 166.867mph
43. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 53.806s (-1.497) 167.268mph

Did Not Qualify

44. #135 Geoffrey Bodine Chevrolet 53.822s (-1.513) 167.218mph
45. #150 T.J. Bell* Chevrolet 53.869s (-1.560) 167.072mph
46. #60 Mike Skinner Toyota 54.166s (-1.857) 166.156mph



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