In presumably probably the most weird qualifying run ever seen, Austin Dillon received the pole for the Auto Membership 400 with out operating a lap.

All the drivers had been ready to run their remaining lap within the third spherical of qualifying and nobody needed to be the primary off the road. With the brand new system of qualifying, drivers could be on the observe in shut proximity they usually like to make use of that to their benefit to achieve a draft.

However in hopes of getting a draft, nobody needed to get off the road and by the point they began to attempt to make their runs with lower than a minute on the clock, they had been too late.

Nobody made it to the road to start out an official run and Dillon received by advantage of the actual fact he posted the fasted time within the second spherical.

Kevin Harvick will begin second and Aric Almirola will probably be third.

Brad Keselowski (13th) and Kyle Larson (15th) did not make it to the ultimate spherical of qualifying.

Defending champion Martin Truex Jr. struggled and can begin in 27th.

The Auto Membership 400 could be seen at three:30 p.m. EST on Sunday on FOX.

Auto Membership 400 beginning lineup

Right here is the beginning lineup for Sunday’s race:

Beginning Driver Quantity No. 1 Austin Dillon three No. 2 Kevin Harvick four No. three Aric Almirola 10 No. four Kyle Busch 18 No. 5 Joey Logano 22 No. 6 Denny Hamlin 11 No. 7 Ryan Newman 6 No. eight Chase Elliott 9 No. 9 Clint Bowyer 14 No. 10 Ryan Blaney 12 No. 11 Jimmie Johnson 48 No. 12 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 17 No. 13 Brad Keselowski 2 No. 14 Chris Buescher 37 No. 15 Kyle Larson 42 No. 16 Ty Dillon 13 No. 17 Daniel Hemric eight No. 18 Erik Jones 20 No. 19 David Ragan 38 No. 20 Daniel Suarez 41 No. 21 Kurt Busch 1 No. 22 William Byron 24 No. 23 Alex Bowman 88 No. 24 Matt DiBenedetto 95 No. 25 Paul Menard 21 No. 26 Ryan Preece 47 No. 27 Martin Truex Jr. 19 No. 28 Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. 43 No. 29 Michael McDowell 34 No. 30 Corey Lajoie 32 No. 31 Ross Chastain 15 No. 32 Matt Tifft 36 No. 33 Landon Cassill 00 No. 34 Cody Ware 51 No. 35 Reed Sorenson 27 No. 36 BJ McLeod 52 No. 37 Garrett Smithley 77 No. 38 Joey Gase 66

What channel is the Auto Membership 400 on?

The Auto Membership 400 will probably be broadcast nationally on FOX. The race will also be livestreamed on the Fox Sports activities Go app or by subscribing to fuboTV, which gives a seven-day free trial.

Auto Membership 400 schedule, learn how to watch

All the occasions main as much as the week, together with practices and races for the Xfinity Sequence, could be seen on NASCAR.com, PRN, MRN and FS1.

This is a day by day schedule of occasions main as much as the Auto Membership 400 .

(All instances Jap)

Friday, March 15

Time Occasion Channel 1 p.m. Cup Sequence First Observe NASCAR.com 2:05 p.m. Xfinity Sequence First Observe NASCAR.com four:35 p.m. Xfinity Sequence Last Observe FS1 6:30 p.m. Cup Sequence qualifying FS1/MRN

Saturday, March 16

Time Occasion Channel 12:05 p.m. Cup Sequence Second Observe FS1/MRN 1:10 p.m. Xfinity Sequence qualifying FS1 three:30 p.m. Cup Sequence Last Observe FS1/MRN 5 p.m. Manufacturing Alliance Group 300 FS1/MRN

Sunday, March 17

Time Occasion Channel three:30 p.m. Auto Membership 400 FOX/MRN

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