Starting Lineup for Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas

Here’s the complete starting lineup for Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway.

Row 22:

Will Kimmel


American Muscle

Row 21:

Reed Sorenson and Landon Cassill

Row 20:

Jeb Burton and Cole Whitt

Row 19:

Michael Annett and Casey Mears

Row 18:

J.J. Yeley and Brett Moffitt

Row 17:

Matt DiBenedetto and David Gilliland

Row 16:

Alex Bowman and Sam Hornish Jr.

Row 15:

Justin Allgaier and Danica Patrick

Row 14:

Jamie McMurray and A.J. Allmendinger

Row 13:

Clint Bowyer and Austin Dillon

Row 12:

Kasey Kahne and Aric Almirola

Row 11:

David Ragan and Jimmie Johnson

Row 10:

Kyle Larson and Trevor Bayne

Row 9:

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Tony Stewart

Row 8:

Brian Scott and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Row 7:

Joey Logano and Paul Menard

Row 6:

Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth

And now, the top-10 starters.

Starting 10th:

Ryan Newman

Starting ninth:

Kurt Busch

Starting eighth:

Ryan Blaney

Starting seventh:

Martin Truex Jr.

Starting sixth:

Jeff Gordon

Starting fifth:

Denny Hamlin

Starting fourth:

Kevin Harvick

Starting third:

Kyle Busch

Starting second:

Carl Edwards

And starting on the pole:

Brad Keselowski

Keselowski won the Coors Light Pole Award with a fast lap of 27.621 seconds (195.503 mph) in the final round of qualifying. It’s his second pole of the season and his first at Kansas Speedway. However, Keselowski will be choosing his stall next to last with the penalty out of Charlotte and Edwards will most likely get the first pit stall.

Casey Mears hit the wall during the first the first round of qualifying and will go to a backup car. As a result, he’ll start the race from the rear of the field. Timmy Hill did not qualify for the field.

That’s the 43 starters for Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway which will air Sunday at 2 p.m. ET on NBC.


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