Reddick on Truck Pole at Bristol

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Tyler Reddick will lead the field to the green flag for tonight’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway.

The driver of the No. 29 Brad Keselowski Racing Ford scored the pole for the UNOH 200 after posting a new track record time of 14.884 and a speed of 128.917 mph. It’s his third career pole in 53 career Camping World Truck Series starts, first of 2016 and first at Bristol.

Daniel Suarez will start second in his No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota after posting a time of 14.963 and a speed of 128.236 mph. Cameron Hayley will start third in his No. 13 ThorSport Racing Toyota after posting a time of 15.018 and a speed of 127.767 mph. Ben Rhodes will start fourth in his No. 41 TSR Toyota after posting a time of 15.034 and a speed of 127.631 mph. Christopher Bell will round out the top-five starters in his No. 4 KBM Toyota after posting a time of 15.059 and a speed of 127.419 mph.

William Byron will start sixth in his No. 9 KBM Toyota. Johnny Sauter will start seventh in his No. 21 GMS Racing Chevrolet. Brett Moffitt will start eighth in his No. 11 Red Horse Racing Toyota. Cole Custer will start ninth in his No. 00 JR Motorsports Chevrolet. Katz Grala will round out the top-10 starters in his No. 24 GMSR Chevrolet.

Jesse Little and Daniel Hemric will round out the 12 drivers that made the final round of qualifying.

Rico Abreu damaged his truck during qualifying and switched to his backup. As a result, he’ll start from the rear of the field.

Thirty-five cars were entered. With 32 making the field, Jake Griffin, Clay Greenfield and Cody McMahan failed to make the race.

Fifteen Chevrolet’s, five Ford’s and 12 Toyota’s will comprise the field for tonight’s race at Bristol.

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Tucker White
Tucker White
My name is Tucker White. I'm currently majoring in journalism at the University of Tennessee. I started getting into NASCAR around 1998 and started following the sport full-time in 2001. I live and breathe everything related to NASCAR. I also have a burning passion for all things auto racing. I've been following Formula 1 since 2011 and am slowing getting into IndyCar. I do my best to keep up with the World Endurance Championship. But at the end of the day, NASCAR is my primary beat. Being both a native of Knoxville, Tennessee and a student at UT, I'm naturally a die-hard Tennessee Volunteers fan. Especially when it comes to Tennessee Volunteers football. While I'll never stop being one, it can be the most heart-wrenching thing ever. Since 2005, this team has delivered more than its fair share of heartbreaking moments and inhuman frustration. I've stuck with the Vols from the best of times - 1998 National Champions - to the worst of times - 2005 to present - because I know that it'll make it all so worth it when the mighty Vols finally return to the top of the college football landscape. In the last few years, I started to really get into baseball. This past season, I decided to pledge my sporting allegiance to the Atlanta Braves. It didn't turn out too well as they finished 67-95 and finished fourth in the NL East. I do see great potential with the young roster and they might be a force to be reckoned with in the coming years.

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