Kevin Harvick captured the pole for the Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard in an unusual Sunday qualifying session at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Harvick’s 185.766 mph lap withstood a surprising late challenge from Paul Menard (185.724 mph), who will start alongside him on the front row.
“(Clean air) is going to be huge … handling is going to come into play,” Harvick told NBCSN after earning his third pole of the year — and 30th of his career.
“There’s a number of things that have to come into play, and hopefully we can finish today where we start.”
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