Found May 31, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Darrell Wallace, Jr. won the pole for Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 from Dover with a time of 22.986 seconds. Chase Elliott, Jeb Burton, Ryan Blaney, and Kyle Busch round out the top five starting positions. With only 36 entries, no drivers missed the show. The event will be live on SPEED at 5 PM EST. Pos # Driver Team Time 1 54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Camping World/Good Sam Toyota 22.986 2 94 Chase Elliott Aaron’sDreamMachine/Hendrickcars Chev 23.160 3 4 Jeb Burton Arrowhead Chevrolet 23.170 4 29 Ryan Blaney Cooper Standard Ford 23.230 5 51 Kyle Busch ToyotaCare Toyota 23.265 6 3 Ty Dillon Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Chevrolet 23.276 7 88 Matt Crafton Goof Off/Menards Toyota 23.295 8 77 German Quiroga Net 10 Toyota 23.348 9 8 Max Gresham Trimmer Assist Chevrolet 23.360 10 98 Johnny Sauter Carolina Nut Co./Curb Records Toyota 23.372 11 19 Ross Chastain Melon 1 Ford 23.405 12 9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Anderson’s Maple Syrup Chevrolet 23.407 13 24 Brennan Newberry Qore-24 Chevrolet 23.466 14 17 Timothy Peters Parts Plus Toyota 23.479 15 62 Brendan Gaughan South Point Chevrolet 23.481 16 27 Jeff Agnew Friends of Coal Chevrolet 23.535 17 75 Caleb Holman FoodCountryUSA/MorningFreshFarms Chev 23.576 18 7 John Wes Townley Zaxby’s Toyota 23.618 19 5 Tim George Jr. Applebee’s Chevrolet 23.676 20 31 James Buescher Rheem Chevrolet 23.678 21 32 Miguel Paludo AccuDoc Chevrolet 23.717 22 81 David Starr Striping Technology Toyota 23.752 23 93 Chris Jones RSS Racing Chevrolet 23.778 24 18 Joey Coulter Darrell Gwynn Foundation Toyota 23.812 25 13 Todd Bodine SealMaster Toyota 23.929 26 99 Bryan Silas Rockingham Speedway Ford 23.984 27 60 Dakoda Armstrong Winfield Chevrolet 24.067 28 39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing Chevrolet 24.232 29 07 CJ Faison Delmarva Chevy Dealers Chevrolet 24.278 30 50 Danny Efland Advanced Electronic Services Chevrolet 24.684 31 84 Mike Harmon Glenden Enterprises Chevrolet 24.796 32 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Koma Unwind Relaxation Drink Chevrolet 25.313 33 59 Kyle Martel Patriot Energy/Hanover Cold Storage 25.429 34 38 Johnny Chapman RSS Racing Chevrolet 25.751 35 57 Norm Benning Stone Mountain Guns and Gold Chevrolet 26.817 36 0 Chris Lafferty Koma Unwind Relaxation Drink RAM 29.500
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