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NASCAR Cup 2022 Pole Winners & Stats

Updated 8-14-2022

 

Pole Winners by Season Pages
2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018
All Time Poles page


 

Track, Race Date Driver
Car
Speed
Finish
2022 Poles
Career Poles
Last Pole Speed (year)
Track Qualifying Record (year)
1) Daytona 500, 2/20 #5-Kyle Larson
Chevy
181.159
32nd
1
11
191.261 (2021)
210.364 (1987)
2) Auto Club, 2/27 #2-Austin Cindric#
Ford
174.647
12th
1
1
179.614 (2020)
188.482 (2016)
3) Las Vegas, 5/6 #20-Christopher Bell
Toyota
182.673
10th
1
1
178.926 (2019)
196.328 (2016)
4) Phoenix, 3/13 #12-Ryan Blaney
Ford
132.709
4th
1
7
137.847 (2021)
143.158 (2015)
5) Atlanta, 3/20 canceled, due to weather
x
x
x
x
x
181.473 (2019)
197.478 (1997)
6) Circuit of the Americas, 3/27 #12-Ryan Blaney
Ford
92.759*
6th
2
8
92.363 (2021)
92.363 (2021)
7) Richmond, 4/3 #12-Ryan Blaney
Ford
119.782
7th
3
9
127.185 (2019)
130.599 (2013)
8) Martinsville, 4/9 #9-Chase Elliott
Chevy
96.151
10th
1
10
97.840 (2019)
100.201 (2014)
9) Bristol (dirt), 4/17 #41-Cole Custer
Ford
heat races
13th
1
1
set by points
heat races
10) Talladega, 4/24 #20-Christopher Bell
Toyota
180.928
22nd
2
2
192.707(2019)
212.809 (1987)
11) Dover, 5/1 #17-Chris Buescher
Ford
160.349
8th
1
1
166.984 (2019)
166.984 (2019)
12) Darlington, 5/8 #22-Joey Logano
Ford
170.720
1st
1
23
172.487 (2019)
184.145 (2014)
13) Kansas, 5/15 #20-Christopher Bell
Toyota
179.575
5th
3
3
178.047 (2019)
197.773 (2014)
14) Charlotte, 5/29 #11-Denny Hamlin
Toyota
183.680
1st
1
34
180.282 (2021)
198.771 (2014)
15) WWT(Gateway) Raceway, 6/5 #14-Chase Briscoe
Ford
138.274*
24th
1
1
none, new track
none, new track
16) Sonoma, 6/12 #5-Kyle Larson
Chevy
92.111
15th
2
12
95.712 (2019)
99.309(2000)
17) Nashville Superspeedway, 6/26 #11-Denny Hamlin
Toyota
160.413
6th
2
35
161.992 (2021)
161.992 (2021)
18) Road America, 7/3 #9-Chase Elliott
Chevy
108.407
2nd
2
11
110.359 (2021)
110.359 (2021)
19) Atlanta(2), 7/10 canceled, due to weather
x
x
x
x
x
181.473 (2019)
 197.478 (1997)
20) New Hampshire, 7/17 #19-Martin Truex Jr.
Toyota
127.113
4th
1
20
136.384 (2019)
140.598 (2014)
21) Pocono, 7/24 #11-Denny Hamlin
Toyota
169.991
35th DQ’d
3
36
174.058 (2019)
183.438 (2014)
22) Indianapolis (road course), 7/31 #8-Tyler Reddick
Chevy
99.378
1st
1
2
100.044 (2021)
100.044 (2021)
23) Michigan, 8/7 #23-Bubba Wallace
Toyota
190.703
2nd
1
1
190.471 (2019)
206.558 (2014)
24) Richmond(2), 8/14 #5-Kyle Larson
Chevy
117.177
14th
3
13
127.185 (2019)
130.599 (2013)
25) Watkins Glen, 8/21 TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
127.297 (2019)
129.491 (2014)
26) Daytona(2), 8/27 TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
191.261 (2021)
210.364 (1987)
Track, Race Date Driver
Car
Speed
Finish
2020 Poles
Career Poles
Last Pole (year)
Track Pole Record (year)

NOTES: * Track Record; Last Pole at track for GEN 6 car, either 2019 / 2020 / 2021 seasons


 

 

2022 Stats from the pole
RACES with a Pole winner: 22 (2 cancelled) of 36 races (so far)
WINS from the pole: 3
TOP FIVES: 8
TOP TENS: 14
OUT of TOP TEN: 8
40th/Last: 0
races with no pole: Atlanta in March & July (rain);

2022 RACE WINS FROM THE POLE
#22-Joey Logano at Darlington in May
#11-Denny Hamlin at Charlotte in May
#8-Tyler Reddick at Indy Road Course in July

2022 NASCAR Cup Series Pole Winners, Driver, Manufacturer, Number of poles this season
#12-Ryan Blaney, Ford, 3
#20-Christopher Bell, Toyota, 3
#11-Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 3 (1 win from pole)
#5-Kyle Larson, Chevy, 3
#2-Austin Cindric, Ford, 1
#9-Chase Elliott, Chevy, 2
#41-Cole Custer, Ford, 1
#17-Chris Buescher, Ford, 1
#22-Joey Logano, Ford, 1 (1 win from pole)
#14-Chase Briscoe, Ford, 1
#19-Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 1
#8-Tyler Reddick, Chevy, 1 (1 win from pole)
#23-Bubba Wallace, Toyota, 1

2022 MANUFACTURER NASCAR CUP SERIES POLES
Chevy: 6 poles with 3 different drivers
Ford: – 8 poles with 6 different drivers
Toyota: – 8 poles with 4 different drivers

POLE WINNERS pages
All Time Poles page
2022 Pole Winners & Stats
2021 Pole Winners & Stats
2020 Pole Winners & Stats
2019 Pole Winners & Stats
2018 Pole Winners & Stats
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 Pole Award