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Ty Gibbs Claims Pole Position in Second Race of the Weekend at Coca-Cola 600

BySamantha Jones

May 26, 2024
Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte: Meet the Starting Lineup

The second race of the weekend at the Coca-Cola 600 has seen Ty Gibbs claim pole position once again. He also secured a spot on the front row in the Xfinity Series BetMGM 300 on Saturday. Gibbs was one of four Toyota drivers to reach the final round of qualifying, with Christopher Bell, Martin Truex Jr., and Tyler Reddick also posting competitive lap times.

William Byron was the fastest Chevrolet driver, securing a spot on the front row next to Gibbs. All four Hendrick Motorsports cars qualified inside the top 10, with Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman, and Kyle Larson also putting in strong performances.

In the Xfinity Series BetMGM 300, tensions rose between Cole Custer and Austin Hill as they crashed during the race at the 1.5-mile track. Ross Chastain was the fifth Chevrolet driver to reach the second round of qualifying, while Michael McDowell was the sole Ford driver to advance to the second round and qualify ninth.

Despite Denny Hamlin and Ryan Blaney not reaching the final round of qualifying for this year’s Coca-Cola 600, excitement is building for Sunday’s prestigious race. The Coca-Cola 600 will be broadcast on Fox at 6 p.m. ET, with pre-race coverage beginning on FS1 at 4:30 p.m before switching over to Fox at 5:30 p.m

By Samantha Jones

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