Matt Kenseth has won the pole for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway, and Joe Gibbs Racing swept the top three spots in qualifying Friday.
Kenseth won with a lap of 197.488 mph in his No. 20 Toyota, with teammates Denny Hamlin and Carl Edwards finishing second and third. Kyle Busch, another JGR driver, was sixth.
It's the 16th career Sprint Cup pole for Kenseth and third in 2015. He'd never won the pole at MIS.
The last time one team swept the top three spots in qualifying was when Hendrick Motorsports pulled it off at this year's Daytona 500. It's the first time Joe Gibbs Racing has accomplished the feat.