Austin Dillon will start on the pole at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the 18th annual UNOH 175. Dillon broke the previous track record with a time of 28.574 seconds, 133.296 mph. in the final round. The pole will mark his fourth top 10 start in the series in 2015.
Kyle Busch will start right beside Dillon in his No. 51 Dollar General Toyota. The Las Vegas native was 0.156 seconds behind the pole sitter when the five-minute session ended on Saturday. Busch posted a time of 28.730 seconds around the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Cameron Hayley will round out the top three starters when the green flag flies on Saturday afternoon. The driver from Canada posted a time of 28.801 seconds, 132.245 mph. during the final round of knockout qualifying. Hayley comes into the weekend looking to capture his first NASCAR national series win.
Erik Jones will start the UNOH 175 in the fourth starting position. Jones comes into the weekend leading the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings by 10 points over Tyler Reddick.
Norm Benning and Josh Reaume did not make the race.