In practice for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series event at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, Toyota and Joe Gibbs Racing dominated the top row.
Martin Truex Jr. reached the peak of the pace chart after sweeping the first round of Saturday’s practice session, with one of ten cars left in Round 2.
Christopher Bell, a JGR colleague, beat Truex to the pole with an average track pace of 180.929 mph, his second of the season. His first occurred at Las Vegas Motor Speedway earlier this season.
“That was all my crew guys,” Bell said. “I am very thankful to be in the position I am, driving the No. 20 Camry and we have a great team. This one is really big.
“Even from the first round to the second round, I could tell that my RPMs picked up really big going down the back straightaway. They were pretty big going down the flat straightaway. I don’t know if (the wind) was an advantage to me. It definitely did not hurt.
“It’s a pretty big stat for TRD to get a superspeedway pole.”
Truex finished 3rd in a Chevrolet, followed by Daniel Hemric in fourth, Daniel Suarez in fifth, and Kyle Larson in sixth.
Kurt Busch, Denny Hamlin, William Byron, Bubba Wallace, and Tyler Reddick round out the top-10 starting lineup.
Joey Logano, the top Ford qualifier, will start 13th.
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