Pole Position for Keselowski
Brad Keselowski will be aiming to get his third win in a row as he starts the second race in the Chase section of the Sprint Cup in pole position. He qualified in a record time to start first in the Sylvania 300 on Sunday. His lap was 27.090 seconds with a speed of over 140mph. The previous record was held by Kyle Busch and Keselowski beat it in style.
Afterwards he paid credit to his team saying that they gave him a really great car to race with and that the track really suits their style. He went on to explain that he always had confidence about this race and was expecting to have a good chance of winning. However, the victory last weekend at Chicagoland was less anticipated. That win has therefore given them a lot of confidence going in to the race tomorrow.
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Although there are on sixteen drivers in the Chase, other Sprint Cup drivers can take part in the race. They will be looking to get their first victory of the season. Jamie McMurray is certainly keen as he has got the second position and has a brand new car for this weekend which could prove to be useful for him. Third place was Kevin Harvick next to Denny Hamlin in fourth. However in tenth place is Kyle Larson, who is the favourite to take the ‘Rookie of the Year’ award and he is hoping to take his first Sprint Cup win as he did well on this track in the past taking a third place in July when he started in 42nd place.
This is the second race in The Chase. Anyone in the group of sixteen that have qualified will automatically go through to the next stage if they win a race. Otherwise it will be based on points.