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Driver(s) who will miss the race: none as 38 were entered for 40 spots See round-by-round qualifying results on the Qualifying results page (pdf) and the complete starting lineup on the Starting Lineup page (pdf).(7-30-2017)Pocono Raceway - Qualifying Fast Facts: Kyle Busch won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 44th Annual Overton's 400 with a lap of 50.175 seconds, 179.372 mph.
This is his 24th pole in 447 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races.
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This is his fifth pole and 18th top-10 start in 2017.
This is his fourth pole in 26 races at Pocono Raceway. (second) posted his 17th top-10 start of 2017 and his sixth in 24 races at Pocono Raceway.
Track CEO Nick Igdalsky said he would be willing to hold one of the track's two Cup races on the road course .[More](7-31-2017)Kyle Busch breaks 36-race winless drought with Pocono victory: Barely more than three hours after the Pocono crowd greeted Kyle Busch with a chorus of boos during driver introductions, Kyle Busch made converts of the fans in the grandstands - at least a large portion of them - with a spectacular burnout after his long-awaited victory in the Overton's 400.
Benefitting from a splendid pit call by crew chief Adam Stevens, Busch charged through the field after his final stop and pulled away to beat runner-up Kevin Harvick to the finish line by a whopping 6.178 seconds, breaking a career-long 36-race drought and giving Toyota its 100th victory in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.[More](7-30-2017)Kyle Busch won the Overton's 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway for his 1st win of 2017, 1st win at Pocono, and 39th career win.