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TRUCKS: Kyle Busch On Pole At Nashville

Article by Jared Turner, SPEEDtv.com

Kyle Busch grabbed the top spot for Friday night’s Camping World Truck Series race, pacing Friday evening’s qualifying session with a lap of 157.809 mph.

PDF>STARTING LINE UP: Nashville 200 - NASHVILLE

LINK>QUALIFYING RESULTS: Nashville 200 - NASHVILLE

LINK>PRACTICE ONE RESULTS: Nashville 200 - NASHVILLE

LINK> FINAL PRACTICE RESULTS: Nashville 200 - NASHVILLE

Busch, who skipped last weekend’s race at Martinsville Speedway while Brian Ickler drove the Kyle Busch Motorsports entry the two are sharing, will be joined on the outside of Row 1 by points leader Timothy Peters.

It’s the first pole in three qualifying attempts this season for Busch, who is seeking his first win with the Kyle Busch Motorsports organization that he brought to the Truck series in 2010.

Matt Crafton, Mike Skinner and four-time and defending series champion Ron Hornaday completed the top five for the Nashville 200.

Positions six through 10 belonged to Rick Crawford, Aric Almirola, Johnny Sauter, Kevin Harvick and rookie Justin Lofton.

Harvick, who is running a partial schedule for the Kevin Harvick Inc. team co-owned by he and his wife, DeLana, has gone to victory lane in both of the races he’s entered this season.

Three drivers - Lance Fenton, Brian Rose and Mike Harmon – failed to qualify and will miss the race.

The green flag is scheduled to wave just after 8 pm ET., with live pre-race coverage on SPEED getting under way at 7:30 pm ET.

For full results and pre-race reports, see: http://nascar.speedtv.com/results/

For full results and pre-race reports, see: http://nascar.speedtv.com/results/