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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