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Daytona: Sprint Cup qualifying results

Full qualifying results from the 18th round of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship, the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.
Gilliland takes shock pole at rain-hit Daytona

Qualifying times
Qualifying Rounds 2 and 3 cancelled due to rain

Qualifying Round 1

1. David Gilliland Ford 45.153s (Pole) 199.322mph (13 laps)
2. Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 45.176s (+ 0.023s) 199.221mph (12 laps)
3. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 45.182s (+ 0.029s) 199.194mph (12 laps)
4. Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 45.233s (+ 0.080s) 198.970mph (13 laps)
5. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 45.274s (+ 0.121s) 198.790mph (6 laps)
6. Matt Kenseth Toyota 45.277s (+ 0.124s) 198.776mph (16 laps)
7. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 45.295s (+ 0.142s) 198.697mph (7 laps)
8. David Ragan Ford 45.298s (+ 0.145s) 198.684mph (14 laps)
9. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 45.303s (+ 0.150s) 198.662mph (8 laps)
10. Greg Biffle Ford 45.323s (+ 0.170s) 198.575mph (8 laps)
11. Carl Edwards Ford 45.333s (+ 0.180s) 198.531mph (12 laps)
12. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 45.346s (+ 0.193s) 198.474mph (7 laps)
13. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 45.347s (+ 0.194s) 198.470mph (8 laps)
14. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 45.369s (+ 0.216s) 198.373mph (7 laps)
15. Aric Almirola Ford 45.401s (+ 0.248s) 198.234mph (8 laps)
16. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 45.402s (+ 0.249s) 198.229mph (12 laps)
17. Cole Whitt Toyota 45.428s (+ 0.275s) 198.116mph (9 laps)
18. Marcos Ambrose Ford 45.431s (+ 0.278s) 198.103mph (16 laps)
19. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 45.439s (+ 0.286s) 198.068mph (12 laps)
20. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 45.441s (+ 0.288s) 198.059mph (12 laps)
21. Paul Menard Chevrolet 45.442s (+ 0.289s) 198.055mph (12 laps)
22. Casey Mears Chevrolet 45.445s (+ 0.292s) 198.042mph (12 laps)
23. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 45.447s (+ 0.294s) 198.033mph (16 laps)
24. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 45.451s (+ 0.298s) 198.015mph (15 laps)
25. Trevor Bayne Ford 45.456s (+ 0.303s) 197.994mph (14 laps)
26. Brad Keselowski Ford 45.489s (+ 0.336s) 197.850mph (18 laps)
27. Michael McDowell Ford 45.496s (+ 0.343s) 197.820mph (19 laps)
28. Joey Logano Ford 45.514s (+ 0.361s) 197.741mph (20 laps)
29. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 45.518s (+ 0.365s) 197.724mph (16 laps)
30. Brian Vickers Toyota 45.601s (+ 0.448s) 197.364mph (17 laps)
31. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 45.622s (+ 0.469s) 197.273mph (20 laps)
32. Michael Annett Chevrolet 45.635s (+ 0.482s) 197.217mph (12 laps)
33. Josh Wise Ford 45.650s (+ 0.497s) 197.152mph (19 laps)
34. Clint Bowyer Toyota 45.691s (+ 0.538s) 196.975mph (15 laps)
35. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 45.757s (+ 0.604s) 196.691mph (19 laps)
36. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 45.764s (+ 0.611s) 196.661mph (18 laps)
37. Denny Hamlin Toyota 45.902s (+ 0.749s) 196.070mph (16 laps)
38. Terry Labonte Ford 45.923s (+ 0.770s) 195.980mph (16 laps)
39. Kyle Busch Toyota 45.925s (+ 0.772s) 195.972mph (14 laps)
40. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 45.971s (+ 0.818s) 195.776mph (18 laps)
41. Michael Waltrip Toyota 46.066s (+ 0.913s) 195.372mph (22 laps)
42. Ryan Truex Toyota 46.588s (+ 1.435s) 193.183mph (19 laps)
43. Alex Bowman Toyota 46.636s (+ 1.483s) 192.984mph (20 laps)

Did Not Qualify

Joe Nemechek Toyota 45.974s (+ 0.821s) 195.763mph (20 laps)

Practice 2 times

Cancelled due to storms in the area

Practice 1 times

1. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 44.565s (Top) 201.952mph (14 laps)
2. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 44.579s (-0.014s) 201.889mph (21 laps)
3. Clint Bowyer Toyota 44.590s (-0.025s) 201.839mph (15 laps)
4. Brad Keselowski Ford 44.605s (-0.040s) 201.771mph (11 laps)
5. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 44.618s (-0.053s) 201.712mph (20 laps)
6. Joey Logano Ford 44.631s (-0.066s) 201.654mph (13 laps)
7. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 44.645s (-0.080s) 201.590mph (19 laps)
8. Greg Biffle Ford 44.718s (-0.153s) 201.261mph (24 laps)
9. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 44.840s (-0.275s) 200.714mph (14 laps)
10. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 44.844s (-0.279s) 200.696mph (14 laps)
11. Casey Mears Chevrolet 44.850s (-0.285s) 200.669mph (16 laps)
12. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 44.862s (-0.297s) 200.615mph (17 laps)
13. Trevor Bayne Ford 44.876s (-0.311s) 200.553mph (21 laps)
14. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 44.887s (-0.322s) 200.503mph (15 laps)
15. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 44.909s (-0.344s) 200.405mph (21 laps)
16. Kyle Busch Toyota 44.920s (-0.355s) 200.356mph (22 laps)
17. Marcos Ambrose Ford 44.921s (-0.356s) 200.352mph (22 laps)
18. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 44.923s (-0.358s) 200.343mph (15 laps)
19. David Ragan Ford 45.069s (-0.504s) 199.694mph (15 laps)
20. Brian Vickers Toyota 45.092s (-0.527s) 199.592mph (20 laps)
21. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 45.144s (-0.579s) 199.362mph (20 laps)
22. Josh Wise Ford 45.160s (-0.595s) 199.291mph (5 laps)
23. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 45.172s (-0.607s) 199.238mph (18 laps)
24. Matt Kenseth Toyota 45.195s (-0.630s) 199.137mph (23 laps)
25. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 45.206s (-0.641s) 199.089mph (21 laps)
26. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 45.234s (-0.669s) 198.965mph (14 laps)
27. Carl Edwards Ford 45.268s (-0.703s) 198.816mph (25 laps)
28. Michael Annett Chevrolet 45.276s (-0.711s) 198.781mph (18 laps)
29. Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 45.278s (-0.713s) 198.772mph (18 laps)
30. David Gilliland Ford 45.314s (-0.749s) 198.614mph (19 laps)
31. Cole Whitt Toyota 45.375s (-0.810s) 198.347mph (8 laps)
32. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 45.398s (-0.833s) 198.247mph (22 laps)
33. Alex Bowman Toyota 45.426s (-0.861s) 198.124mph (7 laps)
34. Paul Menard Chevrolet 45.429s (-0.864s) 198.111mph (15 laps)
35. Ryan Truex Toyota 45.491s (-0.926s) 197.841mph (21 laps)
36. Denny Hamlin Toyota 45.505s (-0.940s) 197.780mph (12 laps)
37. Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 45.515s (-0.950s) 197.737mph (12 laps)
38. Joe Nemechek Toyota 45.540s (-0.975s) 197.628mph (15 laps)
39. Aric Almirola Ford 45.618s (-1.053s) 197.291mph (26 laps)
40. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 45.662s (-1.097s) 197.100mph (17 laps)
41. Michael McDowell Ford 45.886s (-1.321s) 196.138mph (19 laps)
42. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 47.053s (-2.488s) 191.274mph (17 laps)
43. Michael Waltrip Toyota 47.118s (-2.553s) 191.010mph (13 laps)
44. Terry Labonte Ford 47.200s (-2.635s) 190.678mph (9 laps)



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Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M`s Crispy Toyota, celebrates with the trophy in Victory Lane after winning the series championship and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 22, 2015 in Homestead, Florida. (Photo Credit: Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

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