“It means a lot (to earn the pole) but what means more to us is all these other teams coming up and congratulating us,” Biffle told NBCSN. “We’ve been working really, really hard … and I’m just really excited to be driving this car.”
It’s Biffle’s second Sprint Cup pole at Daytona, where he notched the first victory of his career in July 2003.
Kyle Busch, who was uninjured after a wicked wreck during Friday morning’s practice, bounced back in qualifying in a backup car with the third-fastest speed (192.336 mph).
Here’s how the session played out: