NASCAR Kansas Starting Lineup: Kurt Busch Leads STP 400 Qualifying

Kurt Busch was the fifth driver to make a qualifying run Saturday at Kansas Speedway, but his lap of 30.901 seconds at 174.752 mph was good enough for Penske Racing's second consecutive Sprint Cup Series pole. Juan Pablo Montoya, Kyle Busch, Brian Vickers and Joey Logano rounded out the top five.

Tony Raines and TJ Bell failed to qualify for the STP 400.

Here is how they qualified:

  1. Kurt Busch
  2. Juan Pablo Montoya
  3. Kyle Busch
  4. Brian Vickers
  5. Joey Logano
  6. Jamie McMurray
  7. Carl Edwards
  8. Martin Truex Jr.
  9. Paul Menard
  10. Kevin Harvick
  11. Regan Smith
  12. Ryan Newman
  13. Tony Stewart
  14. Greg Biffle
  15. Denny Hamlin
  16. Jeff Burton
  17. Kasey Kahne
  18. Mark Martin
  19. David Ragan
  20. Bobby Labonte
  21. Matt Kenseth
  22. Jeff Gordon
  23. David Reutimann
  24. Landon Cassill
  25. Brad Keselowski
  26. AJ Allmendinger
  27. Clint Bowyer
  28. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  29. David Stremme
  30. Travis Kvapil
  31. Jimmie Johnson
  32. J.J. Yeley
  33. Casey Mears
  34. Joe Nemechek
  35. Marcos Ambrose
  36. Scott Riggs
  37. Michael McDowell
  38. David Gilliland
  39. Andy Lally
  40. Patrick Carpentier
  41. Johnny Sauter
  42. Dave Blaney
  43. Mike Skinner
  44. Tony Raines (DNQ)
  45. TJ Bell (DNQ)
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