NASCAR lineup at Martinsville: Starting order, pole for 2023 Cup Series race based on qualifying results

NASCAR lineup at Martinsville: Starting order, pole for 2023 Cup Series race based on qualifying results

For four of NASCAR’s most talented drivers, the Cup Series Championship is imminent. NASCAR lineup at Martinsville: Who will be participating in the stock car racing event for the ultimate hardware? That is still subject to change.Both Kyle Larson and Christopher Bell qualified for the Championship 4 with victories at Miami-Homestead and Las Vegas, respectively….

For four of NASCAR’s most talented drivers, the Cup Series Championship is imminent.

NASCAR lineup at Martinsville:

NASCAR lineup at Martinsville: Starting order, pole for 2023 Cup Series race based on qualifying results

Who will be participating in the stock car racing event for the ultimate hardware? That is still subject to change.Both Kyle Larson and Christopher Bell qualified for the Championship 4 with victories at Miami-Homestead and Las Vegas, respectively. Things should become intriguing when the Cup Series heads to Martinsville for the Xfinity 500 because there is only one race left before the big dance and two slots up for grabs.
Some of the most memorable events in NASCAR’s long history have taken place at the Paperclip. However, it’s difficult to dispute that the race from the previous year, in which Bell won the race on the way to a walk-off victory and a position in the Championship 4, had a more dramatic display. Indeed, Ross Chastain executed the most brilliant manoeuvre in the history of NASCAR, crashing his vehicle into the wall and then outpacing Denny Hamlin to secure his ticket to Phoenix.

What’s in store for us in 2019? We’ll find out in time. However, anything that transpires at Martinsville ought to be thrilling. The Paperclip is not fond of idiots. There will be a lot of competitive racing this weekend with six drivers competing: Tyler Reddick, Ryan Blaney, William Byron, Martin Truex Jr., and Denny Hamlin weekend. With that, here’s what you need to know about the pole and starting lineup for this year’s Xfinity 500.

Who won the pole for Martinsville in 2023?

With the quickest lap time in qualifying, Martin Truex Jr. easily defeated the rest of the competition to claim the pole position for Sunday’s race. Ty Gibbs, who will also be in the front row, was not far behind him. For Truex, it’s his third pole of the season and his 23rd overall.

NASCAR at Martinsville starting lineup 2023

Truex and Gibbs will lead the field in the race on Sunday night. The remainder of the race’s starting lineup is listed below:

Starting pos.DriverCar No.Team
1Martin Truex Jr. (P)19Joe Gibbs Racing
2Ty Gibbs54Joe Gibbs Racing
3Chase Briscoe14Stewart-Haas Racing
4Denny Hamlin (P)11Joe Gibbs Racing
5Kyle Larson (P)5Hendrick Motorsports
6Bubba Wallace2323XI Racing
7Christopher Bell (P)20Joe Gibbs Racing
8Kevin Harvick4Stewart-Haas Racing
9Ryan Preece44Stewart-Haas Racing
10Brad Keselowski6RFK Racing
11Ryan Blaney (P)12Team Penske
12Aric Almirola10Stewart-Haas Racing
13Ross Chastain1Trackhouse Racing
14Chase Elliott9Hendrick Motorsports
15Joey Logano22Team Penske
16William Byron (P)24Hendrick Motorsports
17Todd Gilliland38Front Row Motorsports
18Chase Buescher (P)17RFK Racing
19Tyler Reddick (P)4523XI Racing
20Ricky Stenhouse Jr.47JTG Daugherty Racing
21Austin Cindric2Team Penske
22Alex Bowman48Hendrick Motorsports
23Michael McDowell34Front Row Motorsports
24Justin Haley31Kaulig Racing
25AJ Allmendinger16Kaulig Racing
26Austin Dillon3Richard Childress Racing
27Daniel Suarez99Trackhouse Racing
28Harrison Burton21Wood Brothers Racing
29Erik Jones43Legacy Motor Club
30Corey Lajoie30Spire Motorsports
31Kyle Busch8Richard Childress Racing
32Carson Hocevar42Legacy Motor Club
33Ryan Newman51Rick Ware Racing
34Ty Dillon77Spire Motorsports
35JJ Yeley15Rick Ware Racing
36BJ McLeod78Live Fast Motorsports

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