Jesse Little made it two sessions in a row with the fastest time in the field around Dover International Speedway. The second one was the one that counted.
Little captured the pole for Friday afternoon’s “Drive Sober 150” presented by the Delaware Office of Highway Safety NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race with a lap of 153.951 mph in qualifying. It bettered his fast lap of 152.181 mph in the morning practice session, which was also the fastest lap in the field for that particular timeframe.
Cameron Haley qualified second at 153.022 mph, a barely-perceptible 13-thousandths of a second ahead of series champion Ben Rhodes, who will start third. Kyle Benjamin and Kaz Grala rounded out the top five, followed by Brandon Jones, J.J. Haley, Scott Heckert, Austin Hill (last year’s winner at Dover) and Daniel Suarez.
The green flag drops on the “Driver Sober 150” presented by the Delaware Office of Highway Safety NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at 5 p.m.