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Kyle Busch Claims 2015 UNOH 200 Pole at Bristol

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Mother Nature has reared her ugly head many times this season, but on Wednesday she surrendered early enough that the Camping World Truck Series was able to qualify for their mid-week race at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Kyle Busch won the pole with a 125.683 mph lap, his first of the season. He will be looking for his third win in three races this season in tonight’s UNOH 200.

Ryan Blaney will start on the outside of the front row. His lap of 125.559 mph bested Brandon Jones (125.469), Erik Jones (125.166) and Cole Custer (125.142).

Positions six through 10 went to Matt Crafton (124.987), John Hunter Nemechek (124.428), Caleb Holman (124.315), Cameron Hayley (124.194) and David Gilliland (124.066).

Ben Kennedy and Johnny Sauter qualified 11th and 12th. Spencer Gallagher was the first driver missing the final round of qualifying.

K&N Pro Series drivers Dalton Sargeant and JJ Haley, each making their national series debuts tonight, qualified 18th and 21st, respectively.

Jordan Anderson, Caleb Roark, BJ McLeod and Cody Lane all failed to qualify for the race.

Coverage for the UNOH 200 can be seen on FOX Sports 1. The race is scheduled to go green at 8:30 p.m. ET


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