Harvick grabs pole for Dover truck race
Dover, DE (Sports Network) - Kevin Harvick will start on the pole for Friday's Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race after posting the fastest lap in qualifying at Dover International Speedway.
Harvick, who is the only Sprint Cup Series regular competing in this race, turned a lap at 158.235 mph for his second pole of the season and the fourth of his truck career. Harvick started on the pole and won the March 31 event at Martinsville.
Joey Coulter claimed the outside pole with a lap at 157.336 mph.
Ron Hornaday Jr. qualified third, followed by Johnny Sauter and Cale Gale.
Ty Dillon, Jeb Burton, Timothy Peters, Miguel Paludo and Matt Crafton completed the top-10.
Justin Lofton, the current points leader, will start 16th. Lofton moved atop the standings when he won his truck race two weeks ago at Charlotte. He holds just a one-point advantage over Peters.
All 35 drivers who qualified made the starting field for the 200-mile race at Dover, which is scheduled to start at 4:50 p.m. (ET).
06/01 11:54:29 ET