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Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender William Byron was fifth fastest in time trials, giving Hendrick Motorsports three of the top five cars in the competitive debut of the new Camaro ZL1 race car.Last season's Monster Energy Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year, Erik Jones was sixth, followed by Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Daniel Suarez. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford, as four Chevrolets, four Toyotas and four Fords transferred to the second round of qualifying.Notes: For her last start in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series car, Danica Patrick was 28th fastest in qualifying in the No. The Daytona 500 pole was the fourth straight for team owner Rick Hendrick, tying him with Harry Ranier (1979-1982) for most consecutive poles for the Great American Race... Former Hendrick driver Kasey Kahne was 18th fastest in his competitive debut in the No. Darrell "Bubba" Wallace qualified 25th in his first outing as the full-time driver of the No. So, for us it doesn’t seem too fast, but long awaited. What were your first impressions the first time you met?Amy: Biggest change in Dale since we met is his general way of thinking about what he’s doing and how it impacts those around him.We are just starting to slow down as we await the arrival of our daughter and then I’m sure back to busy. I think I live too in the moment to create those fantasies, and that’s usually all that is.
My initial impression was that he was super shy, but intriguing. Question: Dale, how has marriage changed you, and what were your impressions when you first met Amy?
Though he was one spot short of the pole, Hamlin was elated to secure a front-row starting spot for the first time in his career.
Make that elated and surprised."This was way out of the blue for us," Hamlin said. It's just so out of the blue, because, obviously, I thought that today was going to be a tough day qualifying.
Question: Amy, did you realize what you were getting into?
You are now a public figure; how hard has that been?
We focused so much on race trim yesterday (in Saturday's practice)."We stuck in a pack, and I think we did one real mock run which wasn't really even a mock run and we were so far off that we just switched and made sure our car was going to handle real good on Thursday and obviously next Sunday."Jimmie Johnson was third fastest on Sunday at 194,734 mph, earning the second-place starting position in Thursday night's first Can-Am Duel 150-mile qualifying race, one of the two events that sets the starting order for the Daytona 500.