Qualifying Order, Results and Starting Lineup

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Qualifying is scheduled to START at approx 1:40 pm/et on Saturday, September 15, 2012

THIS IS UNOFFICIAL but usually correct or darn close

  • Coverage of Qualifying for the GEICO 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Chicagoland Speedway is scheduled for Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 1:40pm/et.
    TV: SPEED - 1:30pm/et
    Scheduled qualifying re-air: 11:00pm/et

  • 2011 Pole Sitter: #17-Matt Kenseth, 183.243mph, finished 21st

  • Track Qualifying Record: Jimmie Johnson, 188.147mph, 7/8/2005

  • Oldest Pole Winner: Jeff Burton, 39 years, 0 months, 10 days, 7/09/2006

  • Youngest Pole Winner: Ryan Newman, 24 years, 7 months, 6 days, 7/14/2002

  • Worst Starting Spot to Win: Kevin Harvick, started 32nd, 7/2002

  • Fastest First Practice Speed: #18-Busch, 181.507mph, scheduled to qualify 20th out of 47 drivers


  • NOTE: no longer doing semi-live qualifying on Jayski.com.
    NASCAR.com and FoxSports have live realtime qualifying and hits for my qualifying pages were way down in 2011 due to the availabilty of the real-time qualifying found at those sites.
    Will continue to post Jayski.com's unique qualifying results below, to help explain how drivers made the race.
    For Realtime qualifying, check out:
    NASCAR.com and FoxSports


  • Johnson wins pole at Chicago: #48-Jimmie Johnson won the pole for the GEICO 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Chicagoland Speedway with a speed of 182.865mph for his 2nd pole of 2012 and 27th career pole.
    #43-Almirola will start 2nd followed by #17-Kenseth, #88-Earnhardt, Jr., #99-Edwards, #5-Kahne, #78-Smith, #11-Hamlin, #15-Bowyer, and #20-Logano.
    The starting position of other chase drivers: #2-Keselowski 13th, #56-Truex, Jr. 18th, #24-Gordon 19th, #16-Biffle 22nd, #14-Stewart 29th, #29-Harvick 35th.
    The go-or-go homers who made the race (8): #21-Bayne, #98-McDowell, #95-Speed, #30-Stremme, #87-Nemechek, #19-Bliss, #33-Whitt, #26-Wise
    The go-or-go homers who failed to qualify for the race (4): #23-Riggs, #91-Sorenson, #37-Yeley, #49-Leffler.
    See qualifying results & starting lineup below or on the Starting Lineup page (pdf).(9-15-2012)

  • Qualifying Fast Facts - Chicago:
    Jimmie Johnson won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 12th Annual GEICO 400 with a lap of 29.530 seconds, 182.865 mph.
    This is his 27th pole in 390 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races. He moves into a tie for 24th all-time with Terry Labonte.
    This is his second pole and 19th top-10 start in 2012. He earned the pole at Kentucky Speedway and finished sixth.
    This is his second pole in 11 races at Chicagoland Speedway. He won the pole in 2005 and finished third.
    Aric Almirola (second) posted his sixth top-10 start of 2012. This is his first career series start at Chicagoland Speedway.
    Matt Kenseth (third) posted his sixth top-10 start at Chicagoland Speedway. It is his 12th in 27 races this season.
    Top Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup seed Denny Hamlin qualified eighth.
    (NASCAR Statistics)(9-15-2012)

  • Pole Progression: (who had the pole first, who got it next and who ended up with it)
    #23-Riggs, 1st out to qualify, 178.271mph, DNQ
    #87-Nemechek, 5th out to qualify, 179.539mph, starts 33rs
    #78-Smith, 6th out to qualify, 181.953mph, starts 7th
    #17-Kenseth, 16th out to qualify, 182.334mph, starts 3rd
    #43-Almirola, 21st out to qualify, 182.636mph, starts 2nd
    #48-Johnson, 23rd out to qualify, 182.865mph, starts 1st

  • How did the non Top-35 teams do in qualifying?
    Fastest 7 get in, 8th [43rd] spot goes to most recent past champ not in the race already or 8th fastest
    [47 entered for 43 spots]:
    have qualified for the race:
    #21-Trevor Bayne, 181.354
    #98-Michael McDowell, 180.276
    #95-Scott Speed, 180.210
    #30-David Stremme, 179.575
    #87-Joe Nemechek, 179.539
    #19-Mike Bliss, 179.533
    #33-Cole Whitt#, 179.438
    #26-Josh Wise#, 179.164
    will miss the race:
    #23-Scott Riggs, 178.271
    #91-Reed Sorenson, 177.965
    #37-J.J. Yeley, 177.942
    #49-Jason Leffler, 177.713

  • Race info at: Race Info Page

  • Event Entry List

  • Past Champions Provisional page

  • All Time Sprint Cup Pole Winners

Starting Lineup
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
GEICO 400
Chicagoland Speedway

Starting
Position
Car# Driver Manufactuer Qualifying
Speed
(mph)
Qualifying
Time
(sec)
1 48 Jimmie Johnson Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevy 182.865 29.530
2 43 Aric Almirola Farmland Ford 182.636 29.567
3 17 Matt Kenseth Best Buy Ford 182.334 29.616
4 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. AMP Energy/7-Eleven/National Guard 182.070 29.659
5 99 Carl Edwards Fastenal Ford 182.045 29.663
6 5 Kasey Kahne Farmers Insurance Chevy 181.971 29.675
7 78 Regan Smith Furniture Row Racing/Farm American 181.953 29.678
8 11 Denny Hamlin FedEx Ground Toyota 181.928 29.682
9 15 Clint Bowyer 5-hour Energy Toyota 181.855 29.694
10 20 Joey Logano Dollar General Toyota 181.629 29.731
11 27 Paul Menard Menards/Libman Chevy 181.616 29.733
12 1 Jamie McMurray McDonald's Chevy 181.525 29.748
13 2 Brad Keselowski Miller Lite Dodge 181.507 29.751
14 21 Trevor Bayne(i) Good Sam/Camping World Ford 181.354 29.776
15 55 Mark Martin LG Partner of the Year/Aaron's Toyota 181.257 29.792
16 22 Sam Hornish Jr.(i) Shell Pennzoil Dodge 181.251 29.793
17 9 Marcos Ambrose Stanley Ford 181.050 29.826
18 56 Martin Truex Jr. NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 180.989 29.836
19 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont Chevy 180.874 29.855
20 39 Ryan Newman Gene Haas Foundation Workshops For 180.729 29.879
21 18 Kyle Busch Wrigley Toyota 180.705 29.883
22 16 Greg Biffle Scotch Blue Ford 180.524 29.913
23 47 Bobby Labonte Bubba Burger Toyota 180.463 29.923
24 98 Michael McDowell Phil Parson Racing Ford 180.276 29.954
25 95 Scott Speed JTS Ford 180.210 29.965
26 83 Landon Cassill Burger King Toyota 180.120 29.980
27 13 Casey Mears GEICO Ford 180.048 29.992
28 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Target Chevy 179.940 30.010
29 14 Tony Stewart Office Depot/Mobil 1 Chevy 179.892 30.018
30 51 Kurt Busch Phoenix Construction Chevy 179.671 30.055
31 30 David Stremme Inception Motorsports Toyota 179.575 30.071
32 31 Jeff Burton Caterpillar Chevy 179.569 30.072
33 87 Joe Nemechek AM/FM Energy Wood & Pellet Stoves Toyota 179.539 30.077
34 19 Mike Bliss(i) Plinker Tactical Toyota 179.533 30.078
35 29 Kevin Harvick Budweiser Designate a Driver Chevy 179.456 30.091
36 33 Cole Whitt(i) LittleJoesAutos.com Chevy 179.438 30.094
37 34 David Ragan Distraction.gov Ford 179.265 30.123
38 93 Travis Kvapil Burger King/Dr. Pepper Toyota 178.986 30.170
39 32 TJ Bell(i) U.S. Chrome Ford 177.003 30.508
40 38 David Gilliland 1800LoanMart Ford 176.702 30.560
41 10 Danica Patrick GoDaddy.com Chevy 176.188 30.649
42 36 Dave Blaney Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevy 176.033 30.676
43 26 Josh Wise # MDS Transport Ford 179.164 30.140
DNQ 23 Scott Riggs North Texas Pipe Chevy 178.271 30.291
DNQ 91 Reed Sorenson(i) Plinker Tactical Toyota 177.965 30.343
DNQ 37 J.J. Yeley Max Q Work Force / Bradley University Chevy 177.942 30.347
DNQ 49 Jason Leffler (i) Robinson-Blakeney Racing Toyota 177.713 30.386

RED = teams that are not in the top-35 of current Owners Points and had to race in to make the race via qualifying speed.

# Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate

(i) = driver not running for 2012 Sprint Cup Series Championship Drivers Points

Starting Lineup (pdf)

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Qualifying Results
GEICO 400
Chicagoland Speedway

Rank Sched
Qual
Pos
Actual
Qual
Pos
Car# Driver Manu Qualifying
Speed
(mph)
Qualifying
Time
(seconds)
First
Practice
Speed
Practice
Speed
Rank
Difference from
practice speed
Owners
Points
Rank
1 23 23 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevy 182.865 29.530 177.293 25 5.572 2
2 21 21 43 Aric Almirola Ford 182.636 29.567 177.276 27 5.360 24
3 16 16 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 182.334 29.616 176.922 32 5.412 8
4 46 46 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevy 182.070 29.659 180.681 2 1.389 7
5 39 39 99 Carl Edwards Ford 182.045 29.663 178.719 9 3.326 14
6 24 24 5 Kasey Kahne Chevy 181.971 29.675 177.334 24 4.637 11
7 6 6 78 Regan Smith Chevy 181.953 29.678 176.114 42 5.839 25
8 43 43 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 181.928 29.682 179.623 5 2.305 1
9 37 37 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 181.855 29.694 178.465 11 3.390 6
10 19 19 20 Joey Logano Toyota 181.629 29.731 177.235 29 4.394 19
11 33 33 27 Paul Menard Chevy 181.616 29.733 177.848 15 3.768 18
12 42 42 1 Jamie McMurray Chevy 181.525 29.748 179.623 6 1.902 21
13 45 45 2 Brad Keselowski Dodge 181.507 29.751 179.784 3 1.723 4
14 44 44 21 Trevor Bayne (i) Ford 181.354 29.776 179.695 4 1.659 37-IN
15 41 41 55 Mark Martin Toyota 181.257 29.792 178.926 7 2.331 15
16 32 32 22 Sam Hornish Jr.(i) Dodge 181.251 29.793 177.719 16 3.532 22
17 12 12 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 181.050 29.826 176.765 36 4.285 16
18 47 47 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 180.989 29.836 181.763 1 -0.774 10
19 28 28 24 Jeff Gordon Chevy 180.874 29.855 177.538 20 3.336 12
20 38 38 39 Ryan Newman Chevy 180.729 29.879 178.560 10 2.169 17
21 20 20 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 180.705 29.883 177.235 28 3.470 13
22 22 22 16 Greg Biffle Ford 180.524 29.913 177.282 26 3.242 5
23 35 35 47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 180.463 29.923 178.230 13 2.233 26
24 26 26 98 Michael McDowell Ford 180.276 29.954 177.398 22 2.878 40-IN
25 14 14 95 Scott Speed Ford 180.210 29.965 176.881 34 3.329 43-IN
26 31 31 83 Landon Cassill Toyota 180.120 29.980 177.655 17 2.465 32
27 17 17 13 Casey Mears Ford 180.048 29.992 177.072 31 2.976 28
28 10 10 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Chevy 179.940 30.010 176.650 38 3.290 23
29 36 36 14 Tony Stewart Chevy 179.892 30.018 178.365 12 1.527 3
30 27 27 51 Kurt Busch Chevy 179.671 30.055 177.462 21 2.209 27
31 29 29 30 David Stremme Toyota 179.575 30.071 177.602 19 1.973 38-IN
32 40 40 31 Jeff Burton Chevy 179.569 30.072 178.855 8 0.714 20
33 5 5 87 Joe Nemechek (i) Toyota 179.539 30.077 175.896 43 3.643 42-IN
34 8 8 19 Mike Bliss (i) Toyota 179.533 30.078 176.551 40 2.982 45-IN
35 25 25 29 Kevin Harvick Chevy 179.456 30.091 177.375 23 2.081 9
36 15 15 33 Cole Whitt (i) Chevy 179.438 30.094 176.910 33 2.528 36-IN
37 34 34 34 David Ragan Ford 179.265 30.123 178.018 14 1.247 31
38 18 18 26 Josh Wise # Ford 179.164 30.014 177.171 30 1.993 41-IN
39 13 13 93 Travis Kvapil Toyota 178.986 30.170 176.811 35 2.175 29
40 1 1 23 Scott Riggs Chevy 178.271 30.291 174.588 47 3.683 44-DNQ
41 7 7 91 Reed Sorenson(i) Toyota 177.965 30.343 176.546 41 1.419 54-DNQ
42 9 9 37 J.J. Yeley Chevy 177.942 30.347 176.557 39 1.385 50-DNQ
43 11 11 49 Jason Leffler (i) Toyota 177.713 30.386 176.678 37 1.035 39-DNQ
44 2 2 32 T.J. Bell(i) Ford 177.003 30.508 174.740 46 2.263 34
45 4 4 38 David Gilliland Ford 176.702 30.560 175.365 44 1.337 30
46 30 30 10 Danica Patrick Chevy 176.188 30.649 177.649 18 -1.461 33
47 3 3 36 Dave Blaney Chevy 176.033 30.676 175.365 45 0.668 35

# Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate

(i) = driver not running for 2012 Sprint Cup Series Championship Drivers Points

Ties are broken as follows:
1) Owners Points
2) Best finishes, most wins, 2nds, 3rds and so on until the tie is broken
3) If tie still remains, then the team with the highest position first breaks the tie
(so if two are ties, both have a win, then the team who won first gets the spot)

Qualifying Results (pdf)

Qualifying Order
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
GEICO 400
Chicagoland Speedway

Sched
Qual
Pos
Car# Driver Sponsor/
Manu
First
Practice
Speed
Practice
Speed
Rank
Owners
Points
Rank
1 23 Scott Riggs North Texas Pipe Chevy 174.588 47 44
2 32 TJ Bell(i) U.S. Chrome Ford 174.740 46 34
3 36 Dave Blaney Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevy 175.365 45 35
4 38 David Gilliland 1800LoanMart Ford 175.365 44 30
5 87 Joe Nemechek AM/FM Energy Wood & Pellet Stoves Toyota 175.896 43 42
6 78 Regan Smith Furniture Row Racing/Farm American Chevy 176.114 42 25
7 91 Reed Sorenson(i) Plinker Tactical Toyota 176.546 41 54
8 19 Mike Bliss(i) Plinker Tactical Toyota 176.551 40 45
9 37 JJ Yeley Max Q Work Force/Bradley University Chevy 176.557 39 50
10 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Target Chevy 176.650 38 23
11 49 Jason Leffler(i) Robinson-Blakeney Racing Toyota 176.678 37 39
12 9 Marcos Ambrose Stanley Ford 176.765 36 16
13 93 Travis Kvapil Burger King/Dr. Pepper Toyota 176.811 35 29
14 95 Scott Speed JTS Ford 176.881 34 43
15 33 Cole Whitt(i) LittleJoesAutos.com Chevy 176.910 33 36
16 17 Matt Kenseth Best Buy Ford 176.922 32 8
17 13 Casey Mears GEICO Ford 177.072 31 28
18 26 Josh Wise # MDS Transport Ford 177.171 30 41
19 20 Joey Logano Dollar General Toyota 177.235 29 19
20 18 Kyle Busch Wrigley Toyota 177.235 28 13
21 43 Aric Almirola Farmland Ford 177.276 27 24
22 16 Greg Biffle Scotch Blue Ford 177.282 26 5
23 48 Jimmie Johnson Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevy 177.293 25 2
24 5 Kasey Kahne Farmers Insurance Chevy 177.334 24 11
25 29 Kevin Harvick Budweiser Chevy 177.375 23 9
26 98 Michael McDowell Phil Parson Racing Ford 177.398 22 40
27 51 Kurt Busch Phoenix Construction Chevy 177.462 21 27
28 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont Chevy 177.538 20 12
29 30 David Stremme Inception Motorsports Toyota 177.602 19 38
30 10 Danica Patrick GoDaddy.com Chevy 177.649 18 33
31 83 Landon Cassill Burger King Toyota 177.655 17 32
32 22 Sam Hornish Jr.(i) Shell Pennzoil Dodge 177.719 16 22
33 27 Paul Menard Menards/Libman Chevy 177.848 15 18
34 34 David Ragan Distraction.gov Ford 178.018 14 31
35 47 Bobby Labonte Bubba Burger Toyota 178.230 13 26
36 14 Tony Stewart Office Depot/Mobil 1 Chevy 178.365 12 3
37 15 Clint Bowyer 5-hour Energy Toyota 178.465 11 6
38 39 Ryan Newman Gene Haas Foundation Workshops For Warriors Chevy 178.560 10 17
39 99 Carl Edwards Fastenal Ford 178.719 9 14
40 31 Jeff Burton Caterpillar Chevy 178.855 8 20
41 55 Mark Martin LG Partner of the Year/Aaron's Toyota 178.926 7 15
42 1 Jamie McMurray McDonald's Chevy 179.623 6 21
43 11 Denny Hamlin FedEx Ground Toyota 179.623 5 1
44 21 Trevor Bayne(i) Good Sam/Camping World Ford 179.695 4 37
45 2 Brad Keselowski Miller Lite Dodge 179.784 3 4
46 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. AMP Energy/7-Eleven/National Guard Chevy 180.681 2 7
47 56 Martin Truex Jr. NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 181.763 1 10

Drivers in RED will be required to qualify on time/speed, not in top 35

# Rookie of the Year Contender

Qualifying Order Sheet (pdf)

Starting Lineup & Qualifying Order are provided by NASCAR Public Relations Statistics


  • 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying procedures:
    1) qualifying order will be determined by the driver's fastest lap in first practice.
    2) times on the speed sheet will be inverted with the slowest cars attempting their qualifying runs first
    3) go-or-go-home cars will now qualify among the 35 teams locked in on owner points and not be separated by the field. 4) the NASCAR Sprint Cup director does reserve the right to change a driver's qualifying order or allow "adjustments or repairs" to cars after the car has taken the green flag at the start/finish line.
    5) all cars must qualify with a full fuel cell.
    6) qualifying consists of two consecutive timed laps (except at road courses, 1 lap)
    7) the fastest lap determines qualifying position
    8) in case of a rain-out of practice, a random drawing will be held for cars set up in the garage area to determine qualifying order
    9) if qualifying is rained out, the order of the field will be set according to Section 9-5 of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup rule book.

  • If first practice is run, but qualifying is unable to take place, the starting lineup will be based on speeds from the car's fastest lap from the first practice, with top-35 cars in owner points no longer segregated from the non-top 35 cars. Previously, the top 35 cars lined up in front of all other eligible car owners.(NASCAR)(7-7-2011)

  • Past Champions Provisional Berths in Sprint Cup: A past champion's provisional may be used by an eligible driver a maximum of six times over the course of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. A team with a past champion eligible driver may only use this provisional a maximum of six times during a season. The provisional gives the eligible driver the 43rd and final starting position in the race field. This is only for a team/driver OUTSIDE the top-35 in owners points, drivers whose team is in the top-35 in owners points, would already be guaranteed in the field and not need the Past Champions Provisional
    See my Past Champions Provisional Page for more.

  • What happens if all qualifying gets cancelled [rain/weather/other]?
    If bad weather cancels qualifying, the final starting lineup will be determined by practice speeds. The same rule book procedures will be used to determine eligibility to start a race. If weather cancels practice sessions, then the starting lineup will be set by points, per the rule book.

  • If qualifying AND all practices are cancled, then:
    If it is during the first 5 races of the season, the previous season OWNERS points are used:
    #1) - Previous season Owner Points [position 1-35][team does not have to attempt all the races]
    #2) - Race winners from the previous and current season not already in the field
    #3) - Past Sprint Cup Champions not in by 1 or 2
    #4) - Current season Owner Position [Top 35][not in by rules 1-3]
    #5) - Current season race attempts ties broken by current owners position [not in by rules 1-4]
    #6) - For 2nd race of season, teams that missed Daytona 500, are seeded in owners points by thier finish in the Duels
    #7) - Randon Draw if more then one team with no attempts

  • If qualifying is cancled by at least one practice gets run, then:
    If it is the first 5 races of the season, the previous season OWNERS points are used:
    #1) - Previous season Owner Points [position 1-35][team does not have to attempt all the races]
    #2) - Race winners from the previous and current season not already in the field
    #3) - Past Sprint Cup Champions not in by 1 or 2
    #4) - Current season Owner Position [Top 35][not in by rules 1-3]
    #5) - Current season race attempts ties broken by current owners position [not in by rules 1-4]
    #6) - For 2nd race of season, teams that missed Daytona 500, are seeded in owners points by thier finish in the Duels
    #7) - Randon Draw if more then one team with no attempts
    #8) - One it is determined which teams/driver made the race, then the field is set by 1st practice speeds.

  • What happens if just qualifying is cancelled?
    If it is during the first 5 races of the season, the previous season OWNERS points are used:
    #1) - Previous season Owner Points [position 1-35][team does not have to attempt all the races]
    #2) - Race winners from the previous and current season not already in the field
    #3) - Past Sprint Cup Champions not in by 1 or 2
    #4) - Current season Owner Position [Top 35][not in by rules 1-3]
    #5) - Current season race attempts ties broken by current owners position [not in by rules 1-4]
    #6) - For 2nd race of season, teams that missed Daytona 500, are seeded in owners points by thier finish in the Duels
    #7) - Randon Draw if more then one team with no attempts
    #8) - One it is determined which teams/driver made the race, then the field is set by 1st practice speeds.

  • What happens if just qualifying is cancelled?
    AFTER the 5th race of the season, the current season OWNERS points are used:
    #1) - First 35 by current Owner Points [team does not have to attempt all the races]
    #2) - Last Years Sprint Cup Champ or the Event Champion if not already in the field
    #3) - Car Owners whose team has won in the previous and current season not already in the field
    #4) - Drivers who have won in the previous and current season not already in the field
    #5) - Past Sprint Cup Champions not in by 1 thru 4
    #6) - Qualifying Attempts with current Owners points as the tie breaker
    #7) - NASCAR will hold a draw for teams with no owners points / attempts
    #8) - One it is determined which teams/driver made the race, then the field is set by 1st practice speeds.

    NOTE: all above apply as long as the team was entered by the entry deadline - usually 7-13 days before the race

  • 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying procedures:
    1) qualifying order will be determined by the driver's fastest lap in first practice.
    2) times on the speed sheet will be inverted with the slowest cars attempting their qualifying runs first
    3) go-or-go-home cars will now qualify among the 35 teams locked in on owner points and not be separated by the field. 4) the NASCAR Sprint Cup director does reserve the right to change a driver's qualifying order or allow "adjustments or repairs" to cars after the car has taken the green flag at the start/finish line.
    5) all cars must qualify with a full fuel cell.
    6) qualifying consists of two consecutive timed laps (except at road courses, 1 lap)
    7) the fastest lap determines qualifying position
    8) in case of a rain-out of practice, a random drawing will be held for cars set up in the garage area to determine qualifying order
    9) if qualifying is rained out, the order of the field will be set according to Section 9-5 of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup rule book.

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