Sauter on Busch Pole in Milwaukee

Johnny Sauter grabbed pole position for the SBC 250 Busch race at the Milwaukee Mile tonight

Sauter on Busch Pole in Milwaukee

Sauter, driving the #1 Dodge, lapped the historic track with an average speed of 122.595 mph, setting a new circuit record.

This was Sauter's first pole of the season - his third Busch career pole.

Starting alongside Sauter on the front row will be Denny Hamlin, while Paul Menard and Ron Hordanay will start third and fourth respectively.

Series points leader Reed Sorenson will start from 23rd on the grid.

Pos Driver Make Speed 1. Johnny Sauter Dodge 122.595 2. Denny Hamlin Chevrolet 122.516 3. Paul Menard Chevrolet 122.341 4. Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 122.125 5. David Green Ford 121.794 6. Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 121.782 7. Kenny Wallace Ford 121.774 8. J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 121.774 9. Tracy Hines Dodge 121.761 10. Carl Edwards Ford 121.429 11. Jason Keller Ford 121.196 12. Randy LaJoie Chevrolet 120.907 13. Stanton Barrett Pontiac 120.882 14. David Stremme Dodge 120.842 15. Bill Elliott Dodge 120.822 16. Tony Raines Chevrolet 120.728 17. Aaron Fike Ford 120.724 18. Tyler Walker Dodge 120.651 19. Ryan Hemphill Dodge 120.534 20. Jeff Fuller Chevrolet 120.405 21. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 120.373 22. Regan Smith Dodge 120.293 23. Reed Sorenson Dodge 120.228 24. Ashton Lewis Ford 120.204 25. Stacy Compton Ford 120.108 26. Kyle Krisiloff Chevrolet 120.096 27. Tim Fedewa Dodge 120.064 28. Scott Lagasse Jr. Dodge 120.052 29. Jon Wood Ford 119.984 30. Kertus Davis Chevrolet 119.904 31. Steve Grissom Ford 119.812 32. Mark Green Chevrolet 119.784 33. Bryan Reffner Dodge 119.280 34. Wade Day Chevrolet 118.882 35. David Ragan Chevrolet 118.835 36. A J Fike Dodge 118.730 37. Tim Sauter Chevrolet 118.604 38. Justin Labonte Chevrolet 118.585 39. Brandon Miller Chevrolet 118.421 40. Eric McClure Ford 118.370 41. Brad Teague Chevrolet 117.035 42. Michel Jourdain Jr. Ford 116.838 43. Derrike Cope Ford 116.463 
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