The Frontstretch: Rain Puts Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards on the Front Row at Pocono by Tony Lumbis -- Friday June 7, 2013

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The remnants of topical storm Andrea has soaked Pocono Raceway on Friday. Not a single lap was turned at the Tricky Triangle due to the consistent wet weather which cancelled all on-track activities. As a result, the lineup for Sunday’s Party in the Poconos 400 will be set by owner’s points, putting Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards on the front row. Since only 43 cars entered the race, nobody went home.

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