Gragson Wins Pole for Dover Truck Race

Kyle Busch Motorsports kept up its brilliant 2018 qualifying speed when Noah Gragson earned pole for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. It was KBM’s fourth pole in the first five races of the season.

The pole marked Gragson’s first pole since New Hampshire Motor Speedway last September. His fast lap of 22.834 seconds in the third round of qualifying propelled him to the top spot ahead of Johnny Sauter.

Todd Gilliland, Justin Haley and part-timer Jesse Little rounded out the top-five positions.

Starting sixth will be another part-time driver in Parker Kligerman followed by Stewart Friesen, Ben Rhodes, David Gilliland and Matt Crafton.

Brett Moffitt, who was fastest in final practice on Thursday, will start 12th.

The No. 1 of Ray Ciccarelli withdrew from the race prior to qualifying, so all 32 entrants will start the race later this evening.

JEGS 200 starting lineup

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