colleagues and children of Hall of Fame drivers – caught spots in the front column for the Feb. 26 Daytona 500, and their contention ought to give a lift to a hanging NASCAR arrangement and its marquee occasion. Daytona 2017
Whatever remains of the matrix will be controlled by qualifying races on Thursday at Daytona Speedway.
This is what you have to know:
What: Daytona 500 qualifying duel races
Whenever: Thursday, Feb 23, 2017
Where: Daytona Speedway, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Time: 7 p.m. what’s more, 9 p.m. Eastern. (Each race is 60 laps, 150 miles.)
Hone keeps running from twelve to 12:55 p.m. for the autos in the primary Duel 150 qualifying race. Hone keeps running from 1 p.m. to 1:55 p.m. for autos in the second Duel.
Livestream: Fox Sports Go
Duel 1 lineup:
1. Pursue Elliott, Hendrick Motorsports
2. Brad Keselowski, Team Penske
3. Martin Truex Jr., Furniture Row Racing
4. Kevin Harvick, Stewart-Haas Racing
5. Matt Kenseth, Joe Gibbs Racing
6. Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing
7. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Roush Fenway Racing
8. Daniel Suarez, Joe Gibbs Racing
9. Joey Logano, Team Penske
10. Trevor Bayne, Roush Fenway Racing
11. Paul Menard, Richard Childress Racing
12. Jamie McMurray, Chip Ganassi Racing
13. Aric Almirola, Richard Petty Motorsports
14. Landon Cassill, Front Row Motorsports
15. Matt DiBenedetto, Go Fas Racing
16. Chris Buescher, JTG Daugherty Racing
17. Brendan Gaughan, Beard Motorsports
18. Cole Whitt, TriStar Motorsports
19. Reed Sorenson, Premium Motorsports
20. Joey Gase, BK Racing
21. Corey LaJoie, BK Racing
Duel 2 lineup:
1. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Hendrick Motorsports
2. Clint Bowyer, Stewart-Haas Racing
3. Denny Hamlin, Joe Gibbs Racing
4. Kasey Kahne, Hendrick Motorsports
5. Ryan Newman, Richard Childress Racing
6. Ty Dillon, Germain Racing
7. Jimmie Johnson, Hendrick Motorsports
8. Kyle Larson, Chip Ganassi Racing
9. Ryan Blaney, Wood Brothers Racing
10. Erik Jones, Furniture Row Racing
11. Kurt Busch, Stewart-Haas Racing
12. Danica Patrick, Stewart-Haas Racing
13. Austin Dillon, Richard Childress Racing
14. AJ Allmendinger, JTG Daugherty Racing
15. Michael McDowell, Leavine Family Racing
16. David Ragan, Front Row Motorsports
17. Michael Waltrip, Premium Motorsports
18. Elliott Sadler, Tommy Baldwin Racing
19. D.J. Kennington, Gaunt Brothers Racing
20. Jeffrey Earnhardt, Circle Sport – The Motorsports Group
21.Timmy Hill, Rick Ware Racing
Elliott nipped Earnhardt on the last qualifying lap Sunday to win his second in a row post for the Daytona 500. Elliott turned a lap at 192.872 mph to simply edge Earnhardt’s speed of 192.864 and turn into the principal rehash post champ in 27 years. Daytona 500
“I don’t generally mind it’s identity. I’m not going to feel terrible about beating some individual,” Elliott said. “Dale’s a decent person. I’m glad to impart the front line to him. More joyful to beat him.”
Earnhardt, long NASCAR’s most well known driver, had the speed beat in his triumphant return in the wake of missing the second 50% of last season with a blackout. Daytona He missed the last 18 races with sickness, vision and adjust issues after in any event the fifth blackout of his profession taking after a June wreck. He was as sharp as ever in the No. 88 Chevrolet headed into his first race since last July.
“Ain’t much to it. The auto does all the work,” he said.
Elliott and Earnhardt gave Hendrick Motorsports and Chevrolet a 1-2 front column for the fifth time in the Daytona 500.
Elliott, the 21-year-old child of Hall of Fame driver and two-time Daytona 500 champion Bill Elliott, turned into the most youthful Daytona 500 post victor a year back and demonstrated in the No. 2017 Daytona 500 24 Chevy beginning first last season was no fluke.
Elliott likewise made it three straight years for the No. 24 on the shaft. Jeff Gordon won the shaft in 2015 in his last season before he resigned and turned the auto over to Elliott.