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Brian Scott Takes Pole for 300 at Chicagoland Speedway

July 19th, 2014 at 7:43 PM
By Clayton Caldwell

Brian Scott took the pole for Saturday night's 300 at Chicagoland Speedway on Saturday evening. It's Scott's fourth career pole and the second of his 2014 season. Starting alongside Scott on the front row is teammate Ty Dillon.

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Rookie driver Chase Elliott will roll off from the third position with Erik Jones starting in the fourth position. Jones is making his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut driving the #20 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Starting in the fifth spot is Kasey Kahne with Sam Hornish Jr starting in the sixth spot. Hornish is driving the #54 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Starting in the seventh spot is Elliott Sadler with Ryan Blaney rolling off from the eighth position. Blaney is driving the #22 Team Penske Ford this weekend. Starting in the ninth spot is Brendan Gaughan and West Virginia native Cale Conley will be starting 10th. Conley is driving the #33 this weekend for Richard Childress Racing

Trevor Bayne will start in the 11th position with Kyle Larson starting in the 12th spot. Those 12 drivers made it to the final round of a three round qualifying session at Chicagoland Speedway. Positions 13-24 were determined in the second round of qualifying. 

Starting in the 13th spot is Chris Buescher with Ryan Reed starting in the 14th spot. Starting in the 15th position is Regan Smith with James Buescher starting from the 16th spot. Starting 17th is Ryan Sieg with J.J. Yeley rolling off from the 18th spot. Starting in the 19th position is Dylan Kwasniewski with Chad Boat rounding out the top 20. Starting in the 21st spot is Jeremy Clements with Mike Bliss rolling off 22nd. Starting in the 23rd position is John Wes Townley with Landon Cassill starting 24th. 

The rest of the field's positions were determined in the first round of qualifying. 

Other notables in the field include Dakoda Armstrong 26th and Jeffrey Earnhardt in 29th. 

There were 40 cars for 40 spots that qualified for the 300 at Chicagoland Speedway so every car that qualified made the field. 

The 300 starts at 8:45 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted on ESPN2.

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