Martin Truex Jr. on pole at Dover

Martin Truex Jr. on pole at Dover

Unsurprisingly given his performance at Darlington, Martin Truex Jr will start from pole this Sunday at Dover.

The format of the starting grid when there is no practice or qualifying giving pride of place to the performances of the previous race and the general classification, it is no big surprise that the pole of Dover goes to Martin Truex Jr The winningest driver of the 2021 season, with three wins, will share the front row with one of his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates, namely Denny Hamlin.

On the Monster Mile, Martin Truex Jr. will once again be the favorite. In the last nine races at this track, he has scored eight top 5 finishes. His worst result during this series? An eighteenth place in the fall of 2018. Since then, he has not left the first two places.

The second row will consist of the two strong men of Hendrick Motorsports, William Byron and Kyle Larson. Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch will be on the third row. Ryan Blaney, Chase Elliott, Joey Logano and Chris Buescher complete the top 10 of this thirteenth race of the championship.

Accidented on the sixth lap at Darlington, Aric Almirola will start from thirty-second place. Kurt Busch is a little better off with the twenty-eighth position.

On the Dover International Speedway there will be only thirty-seven drivers at the start. The Rick Ware Racing cars will close the starting grid with Garrett Smithley and Josh Bilicki.

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