Daytona 500 qualifying 2013 results and lineup: Full starting grid


After Thursday's Budweiser Duels, the starting lineup for the 2013 Daytona 500 is set.

The starting lineup for the 55th running of the Daytona 500 is complete after Thursday's Budweiser Duels, which were won by Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch, respectively.

Danica Patrick will start on the pole alongside Jeff Gordon, both of whom secured their spots in qualifying last Sunday.

Led by Harvick and Busch, starting positions 3-32 are comprised of the highest 15 finishers in the two Duel races -- excluding Patrick and Gordon.

The four fastest drivers in qualifying not already in the 500 will start 32-36, with the rest of the field being filled out by the seven teams highest in 2012 owner points.

Mike Bliss and Brian Keselowski were the only two drivers who failed to qualify.

The complete starting lineup for the 2013 Daytona 500 is as follows:

1) Danica Patrick

2) Jeff Gordon

3) Kevin Harvick

4) Kyle Busch

5) Greg Biffle

6) Kasey Kahne

7) Juan Pablo Montoya

8) Austin Dillon

9) Jimmie Johnson

10) Clint Bowyer

11) Kurt Busch

12) Matt Kenseth

13) Tony Stewart

14) Mark Martin

15) Brad Keselowski

16) Paul Menard

17) Casey Mears

18) Jeff Burton

19) Dale Earnhardt Jr.

20) Jamie McMurray

21) Joey Logano

22) David Ragan

23) Bobby Labonte

24) Marcos Ambrose

25) David Gilliland

26) Aric Almirola

27) Joe Nemechek

28) Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

29) Michael Waltrip

30) Dave Blaney

31) Scott Speed

32) Josh Wise

33) Trevor Bayne

34) Ryan Newman

35) Denny Hamlin

36) Carl Edwards

37) Martin Truex Jr.

38) Regan Smith

39) Travis Kvapil

40) David Reutimann

41) Terry Labonte

42) J.J. Yeley

43) Michael McDowell

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