2010 SPRINT CUP COORS LIGHT POLE WINNERS

Updated 11-12-2010


NOTE: if qualifying is rained out or cancelled for any reason and set by points, the driver who starts first
(because they are leading the points) is not awarded the Coors Light Pole Award and does not get the cash award

For all time pole list, records and other pole records and notes, see my All Time Poles page

2010 Season Sprint Cup Pole Winners
# Track Pole Winner
1 Daytona International Speedway 1. #5-Mark Martin
(49th career pole)
finished 12th
2 Auto Club Speedway 2. #1-Jamie McMurray
(4th career pole)
finished 17th
3 Las Vegas Motor Speedway 3. #2-Kurt Busch
(11th career pole)
finished 35th
4 Atlanta Motor Speedway 4. #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
(9th career pole)
finished 15th
5 Bristol Motor Speedway 5. #20-Joey Logano
(1st career pole)
finished 27th
6 Martinsville Speedway none, qualifying rained out, set by rules book
#29-Kevin Harvick started 1st
finished 35th
7 Phoenix International Raceway 6. #43-A.J. Allmendinger
(1st career pole)
finished 15th
8 Texas Motor Speedway 7. #14-Tony Stewart
(11th career pole)
finished 32nd
9 Talladega Superspeedway none, qualifying rained out, set by rules book
#48-Jimmie Johnson started 1st
finished 31st
10 Richmond International Racway 8. #18-Kyle Busch
(6th career pole)
finished 1st
11 Darlington Raceway #1-Jamie McMurray (2)
(5th career pole)
finished 2nd
12 Dover International Speedway 9. #56-Martin Truex Jr.
(5th career pole)
finished 12th
13 Charlotte Motor Speedway 10. #39-Ryan Newman
(46th career pole)
finished 9th
14 Pocono Raceway #18-Kyle Busch (2)
(7th career pole)
finished 2nd
15 Michigan International Speedway #2-Kurt Busch (2)
(12th career pole)
finished 3rd
16 Infineon Raceway 11. #9-Kasey Kahne
(17th career pole)
finished 4th
17 New Hampshire Motor Speedway 12. #42-Juan Pablo Montoya
(3rd career pole)
finished 34th
18 Daytona International Speedway none, qualifying rained out, set by rules book
#29-Kevin Harvick started 1st
finished 1st
19 Chicagoland Speedway #1-Jamie McMurray (3)
(6th career pole)
finished 5th
20 Indianapolis Motor Speedway #42-Juan Pablo Montoya
(4th career pole)
finished 32nd
21 Pocono Raceway #14-Tony Stewart
(12th career pole)
finished 2nd
22 Watkins Glen 13. #99-Carl Edwards
(5th career pole)
finished 5th
23 Michigan International Speedway #9-Kasey Kahne
(18th career pole)
finished 14th
24 Bristol Motor Speedway 14. #48-Jimmie Johnson
(24th career pole)
finished 36th
25 Atlanta Motor Speedway 15. #11-Denny Hamlin
(8th career pole)
finished 43rd
26 Richmond International Raceway #99-Carl Edwards (2)
(6th career pole)
finished 10th
27 New Hampshire Motor Speedway 16. #12-Brad Keselowski
(1st career pole)
finished 18th
28 Dover International Speedway #48-Jimmie Johnson
(25th career pole)
finished 1st
29 Kansas Speedway #9-Kasey Kahne
(19th career pole)
finished 37th
30 Auto Club Speedway #1-Jamie McMurray (4)
(7th career pole)
finished 17th
31 Charlotte Motor Speedway 17. #24-Jeff Gordon
(69th career pole)
finished 23rd
32 Martinsville Speedway #11-Denny Hamlin (2)
(9th career pole)
finished ?
33 Talladega Superspeedway #42-Juan Pablo Montoya (3)
(5th career pole)
finished 3rd
34 Texas Motor Speedway 18. #19-Elliott Sadler
(8th career pole)
finished 23rd
35 Phoenix International Raceway #99-Carl Edwards (3)
(7th career pole)
finished ?

won first pole of season for that driver
no pole, weather cancelled qualifying
BLACK = whas already won a pole this season


2010 SPRINT CUP POLES DRIVERS LIST:


2010 MANUFACTURER SPRINT CUP POLES:


All Time Poles page
2010 Pole Winners
2009 Pole Winners

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