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Busch picks up pole at Michigan

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Kyle Busch has won the pole for this afternoon’s Irish Hills 250. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular drove the No. 18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota to the top with a 193.564 mph pass.

Busch received his 60th pole in his 332 NASCAR XFINITY Series race. This will be his third pole of the 2017 season — and he’ll be starting for the third-time in the top-10.

Kyle Busch (Getty Images)

Kyle Busch (Getty Images)

He’ll be starting his second pole in ten races at Michigan International Speedway in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Another Cup Series regular Brad Keselowski will start in the second position.

This is Keselowski’s fifth top-10 start of the season — and his fourth in seven races in Michigan. Elliott Sadler is the third qualified driver, while William Byron is fourth.

Sadler picked up his fifth top-10 start at Michigan, while this is his fourth in 13 races this season.

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