October 12, 2011

Darrell Wallace Jr. takes pole for Sept. 30 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race

Darrell Wallace, Jr. continued a dominating few days at Dover International Speedway on Friday morning when he grabbed the pole for the K&N Pro Series race.

Wallace turned a lap of 23.285 seconds around the Monster Mile for an average speed of 154.606 mph, more than a full mile per hour faster than second-place qualifier Max Gresham. Wallace had previously been the fastest car in both practice sessions.

Sergio Pena qualified third, followed by C.J. Faison and Brett Moffitt in the top five.

For the full starting lineup for today’s race, click here.



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