Tyler Reddick hit the wall in the first round of NASCAR Cup Series qualifying on Saturday (July 29) at Richmond Raceway, but that proved to be no problem as he won the pole in final round qualifying with a speed of 113.689 mph.
The pole is the fifth of Reddick Cup career, his first of 2023 and his first on a short track.
Kyle Busch will start on the outside of the front row. Last week’s winner Denny Hamlin will start third, while Chase Elliott recorded his best qualifying effort of the season in fourth. Reddick’s 23XI Racing teammate Bubba Wallace wound up fifth.
Hamlin ran the fastest lap in Group A qualifying. Harvick ran the top speed in Group B Qualifying.
You can watch the NASCAR Cup Series from Richmond Raceway on Sunday, July 30, at 3 p.m. ET on USA Network.
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