DAYTONA BEACH, Fla — Kyle Larson won the pole for Sunday’s 64th annual Daytona 500 (2:30 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN) on Wednesday. His Hendrick Motorsports teammate of Alex Bowman earned his fifth straight front row starting spot and will join him on Row 1 this weekend.
On Thursday night, RFK Racing swept the Bluegreen Vacation Duels in Daytona with Brad Keselowski winning the first of two 150-mile qualifying races and his teammate Chris Buescher being victorious in the second.
They’ll share Row 2.
42 cars showed up for 40 spots and another pair of teammates in JJ Yeley and Timmy Hill for MBM Motorsports failed to make the show.
What about the rest in between?
Row 1: Kyle Larson, Alex Bowman
Row 2: Brad Keselowski, Chris Buescher
Row 3: Austin Cindric R, Michael McDowell
Row 4: Ryan Blaney, Harrison Burton R
Row 5: Chase Briscoe, Kyle Busch
Row 6: Chase Elliott, Christoper Bell
Row 7: Erik Jones, Martin Truex Jr.
Row 8: Tyler Reddick, Bubba Wallace
Row 9: Kurt Busch, Ricky Stenhouse Jr
Row 10: Ross Chastain, Joey Logano
Row 11: Daniel Suarez, Kevin Harvick
Row 12: William Byron, Corey LaJoie
Row 13: Justin Haley, Ty Dillon
Row 14: Landon Cassill, Greg Biffle
Row 15: Todd Gilliland R, Denny Hamlin
Row 16: Cole Custer, Cody Ware
Row 17: Daniel Hemric, David Ragan
Row 18: Kaz Grala, Austin Dillon
Row 19: BJ McLeod, Aric Almirola
Row 20: Noah Gragson, Jacques Villeneuve