Edwards Takes Busch Pole

Carl Edwards has taken pole at the Michigan International Speedway for the Meijer 300 Busch race

Edwards Takes Busch Pole

Edwards, who is currently fourth in the series standings, claimed the top spot with a speed of 181.287, just ahead of Jon Wood and Martin Truex Jr.

Current points leader Reed Sorenson will line up on the fourth row for tomorrow's race.

Pos Driver Make Speed 1. Carl Edwards Ford 181.287 2. Jon Wood Ford 180.759 3. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 180.361 4. J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 180.000 5. Denny Hamlin Chevrolet 179.880 6. Justin Labonte Chevrolet 179.295 7. Rusty Wallace Dodge 179.289 8. Reed Sorenson Dodge 179.277 9. Tyler Walker Dodge 179.271 10. Paul Menard Chevrolet 179.110 11. Casey Atwood Dodge 179.033 12. David Green Ford 178.891 13. Stacy Compton Ford 178.838 14. Jason Keller Ford 178.613 15. David Stremme Dodge 178.542 16. Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 178.377 17. Blake Feese Chevrolet 178.036 18. Kenny Wallace Ford 177.995 19. Aaron Fike Ford 177.813 20. Tim Fedewa Dodge 177.754 21. Greg Biffle Ford 177.713 22. Chad Blount  Chevrolet 177.637 23. Regan Smith Dodge 177.608 24. Johnny Sauter Dodge 177.480 25. Brandon Miller Chevrolet 177.003 26. Stanton Barrett Chevrolet 176.650 27. Sterling Marlin Dodge 176.010 28. Ashton Lewis Ford 175.936 29. Ryan Hemphill Dodge 175.907 30. Kertus Davis Chevrolet 175.816 31. Michael Waltrip Chevrolet 175.730 32. Eric Jones Dodge 175.479 33. Tony Raines Chevrolet 175.456 34. Randy LaJoie Chevrolet 175.012 35. Jeff Fuller Chevrolet 174.667 36. Tim Sauter Chevrolet 174.329 37. Jamie Mosley Ford 174.312 38. Wade Day Chevrolet 174.143 39. Mark Green Chevrolet 174.036 40. Chris Horn Chevrolet 173.472 41. Steve Grissom Ford 173.238 42. Michel Jourdain Jr. Ford 167.473 43. Wayne Edwards Dodge 171.663 
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