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NASCAR starting lineup at Martinsville: Denny Hamlin wins pole, field set for First Data 500

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Published Oct 27, 2019
Oct 27, 2019 IST
Denny Hamlin
Denny Hamlin

Denny Hamlin is in great position once again to win.

Hamlin took home his third pole of the year after beating out fellow Toyota driver Martin Truex Jr., who will start in second.

"I'm pretty happy with it and look forward to 500 more laps of this," Hamlin told NBCSN after winning his 33rd career pole.

Hamlin will get the No. 1 pit stall which he was happy with after his round saying, "We'll take it."

He will be going for his sxith win of the year Sunday.

Also of note, Chase Elliott, who sits in sixth in the playoff standings, qualified second, but he will start from the back after blowing his engine in practice and subsequently changing it. However, because he qualified there, he will be able to pick a favorable pit stall.

Aric Almirola will start third while Michael McDowell will be fourth.

NASCAR at Martinsville starting lineup, qualifying results

Starting Driver Number
No. 1 Denny Hamlin 11
No. 2 Martin Truex Jr. 19
No. 3 Aric Almirola 10
No. 4 Michael McDowell 34
No. 5 Ryan Blaney 12
No. 6 Clint Bowyer 14
No. 7 Erik Jones 22
No. 8 Daniel Suarez 41
No. 9 Joey Logano 22
No. 10 William Byron 24
No. 11 Matt DiBenedetto 95
No. 12 Kyle Busch 18
No. 13 Kyle Larson 42
No. 14 Brad Keselowski 2
No. 15 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 17
No. 16 David Ragan 38
No. 17 Daniel Hemric 8
No. 18 Alex Bowman 88
No. 19 Chris Buescher 37
No. 20 Ryan Preece 47
No. 21 Kevin Harvick 4
No. 22 Austin Dillon 3
No. 23 Jimmie Johnson 48
No. 24 Kurt Busch 1
No. 25 Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr. 43
No. 26 Ryan Newman 6
No. 27 Corey Lajoie 32
No. 28 Ty Dillon 13
No. 29 Paul Menard 21
No. 30 Matt Crafton 36
No. 31 Landon Cassill 00
No. 32 Reed Sorenson 27
No. 33 J.J. Yeley 53
No. 34 Ross Chastain 15
No. 35 BJ McLeod 51
No. 36 Timmy Hill 77
No. 37 Garrett Smithley 52
No. 38 Chase Elliott 9 (Changed Engine)

What time does the First Data 500 start?

The First Data 500 will take place on Sunday, Oct. 27. Live coverage begins at 3 p.m. ET.

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What channel is the First Data 500 on?

The First Data 500 will be broadcast nationally on NBCSN. The race also can be live-streamed on the NBC Sports App.

First Data 500 schedule, how to watch

Here's a daily schedule of events leading up to the First Data 500.

(All times Eastern)

Sunday, Oct. 13

Time Event Channel
3 p.m. Cup Series First Data 500 NBCSN/NBC Sports App/MRN/TSN
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