The 40-car field has been set for the 62nd running of the Daytona 500 (2:30 p.m. ET Sunday on Fox).
The starting lineup was established through Thursday night’s twin qualifying races, won by Joey Logano and William Byron.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. sits on the pole and Alex Bowman will start second.
After their race wins tonight, Logano will start third and Byron will start fourth.
Ryan Blaney and Corey LaJoie will start from the rear after going to backup cars.
Timmy Hill and Reed Sorenson raced their way into the 500 after being the highest finish non-chartered – or “open” – drivers in their respective qualifying races.
Seven drivers will compete in their first Daytona 500: Brennan Poole, Justin Haley, John Hunter Nemechek, Cole Custer, Hill and Christopher Bell.
Click here for the starting lineup.