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William Byron claims pole position at Circuit of the Americas

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 24, 2024
William Byron claims pole position at Circuit of the Americas

William Byron secured his 13th career pole win with a lap of 94.696 mph, granting him the lead at Circuit of the Americas on Sunday. This marks his second consecutive time starting from the pole at COTA, showcasing his dominance on the track. Following closely behind Byron, Ty Gibbs qualified in second place with a lap of 94.685 mph. Other notable qualifiers include Tyler Reddick, Christopher Bell, and Corey LaJoie. Despite a spin during his lap, Bubba Wallace managed to secure a top-10 finish with a speed of 85.505 mph.

The Next Gen era has seen 25 different winners in 77 points races, highlighting the competitive nature of the sport. Shane van Gisbergen, entering his first Cup start of the season, qualified in 12th place with a lap of 94.471 mph. AJ Allmendinger and Kamui Kobayashi also made their mark on the track, qualifying in 14th and 25th place, respectively. With the green flag set to wave at 3:49 p.m. ET, fans can catch pre-race coverage starting at 2 p.m. ET with NASCAR RaceDay on FS1, followed by NASCAR RaceDay on Fox at 3 p.m. ET.

By Samantha Johnson

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