FORT WORTH, Texas – Kyle Larson will start from the pole during the NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday after the lineup was set by a random draw on Tuesday.
Larson, who has won the last two NASCAR Cup Series races and three total this year, will be joined by Kyle Busch on the front row for the race. This is the first time the All-Star Race is being held at Texas Motor Speedway.
Christopher Bell, Cole Custer and Austin Dillon will start third through fifth, respectively.
The starting lineup for the NASCAR All-Star Open was set by owner points. Tyler Reddick will start on the pole for that event, with Chris Buescher joining him on the front row. Three drivers – the winners of each stage – will advance from the Open to the All-Star Race. A fourth will be voted in by fans via the annual fan vote.