He now gets to attempt the road course in the #14 vehicle that Tony Stewart wheeled to victory here previous year. I think I ran out of gas in my first or second year on the last lap. He won his first pole in 1999 at the Milwaukee Mile. Castroneves broke a tie for third on the career poles list with Bobby Unser. "Sorry it's a bad habit", said Castroneves, clearing his throat. It's a fun place and our race cars are always fast. "You know how change is". "We'll see how it goes tomorrow".
If it seems everything is going right for Larson, he also led final practice Friday.
Rookie William Byron grabbed the lead with just over 20 laps and won the NASCAR Xfinity race at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa.
SHANNON SPAKE SITS DOWN WITH TONY STEWART ON NASCAR RACEDAY & MORE - Also on Sunday's NASCAR RACEDAY (1:30pm/et on FS1), Shannon Spake sits down with three-time champion and Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart at his home in IN; all five Ford team owners participate in a roundtable discussion with Chris Myers regarding the 2017 season; Jeff Gordon offers a road racing tutorial to Cup Series rookies; a feature on Joe Gibbs Racing's talent scouting process; and a piece featuring "Junior Nation" fans as he prepares for the final race of his career to be broadcast by FOX Sports.
The 19-year-old Byron drives the No. 9 Chevrolet for JR Motorsports. Ryan Sieg was second, and Tyler Reddick finished third.
Christopher Bell led 152 laps in just his second career start in the series before a late wreck cost relegated him to 16th. However, Busch is confident his auto is fast enough for the race, as he has often been this year with almost 800 laps led and four top-three finishes.
Larson was able overcome the mistake by getting his No. 42 Energizer Chevrolet back on course and relying on other areas of the track in which he shaved time off.
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"That part of it has been cool, driving fast race cars and being a contender every week in this series is a big deal".
"I think the hardest part of the road course is kind of containing your emotions because you are falling behind in so many corners because you can not pass", said Ryan Newman.
Elliott, who qualified a back-up vehicle, was fastest in the first round.
He recorded the fastest time despite having some trouble in the final turn of the track on his fast lap.
Bottas led qualifying and then set an even quicker time on his final lap - only for Hamilton to beat him by almost half a second.
Raikkonen qualified third ahead of his Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel, the championship leader.
It's NASCAR's turn to turn right as well as left.