The Nascar qualifying lineup for Sunday

nascar qualifying lineup for Sunday
Trevor Bayne (18) leads early in a NASCAR Xfinity Cup Series auto race at Phoenix Raceway, Saturday, March 12, 2022Darryl WebbAP Photo

Here is the Nascar qualifying lineup for Sunday. The 2022 NASCAR season ends this weekend when the Championship races in Phoenix Raceway and it will be concluded this Sunday in the Cup Series Championship race. 

Chase Elliott, Christopher Bell, Ross Chastain, and Joey Logan are facing off alongside the other competitors to claim the season’s closing point’s championship.

The day before the race, qualifying will take place to qualify for the Cup Series Championship race. The race starts at 3.30 p.m. ET at 3:30 p.m. ET on USA Network, and we’ll update the start lineup.

The final race of the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season takes place Sunday, October 30th at Martinsville Speedway 500. The outcome of this race will decide which of the remaining eight playoff contenders will make it into Championship 4 at Phoenix Raceway the following weekend.

The Nascar qualifying lineup for Sunday

Only 36 teams chartered were present to participate in Sunday’s race, which left the field just four cars short of a 40-car grid. It has been the case during most of the playoffs as all part-time teams turn their focus to 2023.

  1. Kyle Larson (P)
  2. Chase Elliott (P)
  3. Chase Briscoe (P)
  4. Ryan Blaney (P)
  5. Cole Custer
  6. Brad Keselowski
  7. Daniel Suarez
  8. Kevin Harvick
  9. Ross Chastain (P)
  10. Harrison Burton (R)
  11. Denny Hamlin (P)
  12. Joey Logano (P)
  13. Michael McDowell
  14. Corey LaJoie
  15. Aric Almirola
  16. Austin Dillon
  17. Noah Gragson (i)
  18. Kyle Busch
  19. Todd Gilliland (R)
  20. Christopher Bell (P)
  21. AJ Allmendinger (i)
  22. Chris Buescher
  23. Erik Jones
  24. Bubba Wallace
  25. William Byron (P)
  26. Ty Gibbs (i)
  27. Martin Truex Jr.
  28. Tyler Reddick
  29. Justin Haley
  30. Austin Cindric (R)
  31. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  32. Ty Dillon
  33. Landon Cassill (i)
  34. BJ McLeod (i)
  35. JJ Yeley (i)
  36. Cody Ware

Complete Qualifying Notes

Kyle Larson (first) earned his fourth pole of the season, setting a new record for his career. Larson, who is on the no! Five teams already in the owners’ Championship 4, has never been a winner at Martinsville in his 15 previous appearances. He also qualified for the fastest Chevrolet (which secured the 2022 Manufacturer’s Cup the weekend before).

Chase Elliott (second) qualified as the top of the remaining eight playoff drivers.

Chase Briscoe (third) was the fastest qualifying Ford driver. He’ll have to be the winner of Martinsville before he can move to Championship 4.

Cole Custer (fifth) earned his fourth top-5 qualifying result in the past year. It’s his best result since he took pole position during the Bristol Dirt Race in April.

  • Harrison Burton (10th) was the most qualified rookie.

Denny Hamlin (11th) qualified as the best of the six Toyota drivers on the grid. Hamlin begins the race five points ahead of William Byron for the final place at Championship 4.

Joey Logano (12th) is the only driver locked into Championship 4 because of his victory in the race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway two weeks ago.

Corey LaJoie (14th) has the best starting position on the oval during his Cup career.

As the latter recovers from a concussion, Noah Gragson (17th) continues to replace the last race’s Martinsville-winning racer, Alex Bowman. Bowman is expected to return to the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet for the season’s final race in Phoenix.

Bubba Wallace (24th) returns to his 23XI Racing Toyota following a one-race suspension after wrecking Kyle Larson intentionally in Las Vegas. John Hunter Nemechek filled in at Homestead-Miami Speedway last weekend.

William Byron (25th) qualified as the lowest of the eight drivers for the playoffs. Byron took home the win in the initial Next Gen race held at Martinsville in April.So, here was all about nascar qualifying lineup for Sunday.

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