David Ragan was the 44th of 48 cars to take to the track Saturday afternoon in qualifying for the Brickyard 400. He laid down a lap of 49.182 seconds for a speed of 182.994 mph. His speed was the fastest among the 48 qualifiers, besting outside pole sitter Kasey Kahne by 18 hundredths of a second. Kahne posted a lap of 49.200 seconds which equated to a speed of 182.927 mph. The second row is made up of Jimmie Johnson, who laid down an impressive lap from his 17th qualifying spot and Kurt Busch. Johnson turned a 49.234 second lap for a speed of 182.801 mph while Busch circled the Speedway in 49.269 seconds and a speed of 182.671 mph. Brad Keselowski and AJ Allmendinger finished off the first three rows for the race.
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