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Starting lineup for Cup Series at Sonoma

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Kyle Larson and William Byron will start on the front row of Sunday’s Cup Series race at Sonoma Raceway.

Larson will start from his third consecutive pole on the road course. Byron starts on the front row for the seventh time this year.

The top five is completed by Joey Logano, Chase Elliott and Daniel Suarez.

Defending race winner Martin Truex Jr. will start eighth.

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Starting lineup for Digital Ally 400 at Kansas

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Kevin Harvick is on the provisional pole and Aric Almirola is second for Saturday’s Cup race at Kansas Speedway.

The top five is completed by Clint Bowyer, Daniel Suarez and Chase Elliott.

It’s the second time Stewart-Haas Racing has qualified in the top four spots (Fall 2018 at Talladega).

The field will be finalized after inspection is complete Saturday afternoon.

If a car fails inspection once, the team will have to start from the rear.

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Starting lineup for GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway

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Austin Dillon and Aric Almirola will start on the front row for tomorrow’s Cup Series GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.

Dillon will start from his second pole of the season.

The top five is completed by Clint Bowyer, Brad Keselowski and Daniel Hemric.

Martin Truex Jr. is the highest starting Toyota driver in 20th.

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Starting lineup for Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond

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Kevin Harvick and Erik Jones will start on the front row of Saturday’s Cup Series race at Richmond Raceway.

Harvick claimed the provisional pole in qualifying Friday.

The lineup will not be final until pre-race inspection is complete Saturday.

The top five is completed by Kurt Busch, Joey Logano and Kyle Busch.

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Starting lineup for Sunday’s Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway

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Jimmie Johnson will lead a Cup field to the green flag for the first time in 96 races after winning the pole for Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway.

It’s his first pole since July 2016.

Johnson led a Hendrick Motorsports sweep of the first three positions as William Byron qualified second and Chase Elliott qualified third.

The top five is completed by Daniel Suarez and Austin Dillon.

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