Heavy rain forced the cancellation of the races scheduled for Saturday night in Bristol and the starting grid for the Food City Dirt Race was set by the owners.
Kyle Larson is listed to start from pole. Larson will fall to the back of the field at the beginning, however, as his Hendrick Motorsports team changed the engine in their No. 5 Chevrolet.
Denny Hamlin starts second. Ryan Blaney finished third, Kyle Busch fourth and Martin Truex Jr. fifth.
The rest of the top 10 are: Kevin Harvick (sixth), Alex Bowman (seventh), William Byron (eighth), Austin Dillon (ninth) and Joey Logano (tenth).
The rain won today. See you tomorrow for dirt racing in Bristol! pic.twitter.com/MVHOFkJmrV
Three drivers will make their debut in the Cup series on Sunday afternoon: Stewart Friesen, who drives for Spire Motorsports, starts in 32nd place; Shane Golobic, who drives for Live Fast Motorsports, starts 35th; and Chris Windom starts 36th in one of the Rick Ware Racing cars.
Kelly has been on the NASCAR beat full time since 2013 and joined RACER in 2017 as chief NASCAR writer. Her work has also been featured on NASCAR.com, NASCAR Illustrated Magazine, and NBC Sports. Crandall is a corporate communications graduate from Central Penn College and two-time George Cunningham Writer of the Year with the National Motorsports Press Association.
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