NCWTS: Kennedy Wins Pole Despite Quals Washed Out

Weather forced NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying to be canceled this afternoon at the Daytona International Speedway. For all three races this weekend, all rookie drivers will earn the pole for the events. The line up was set via practice speeds combined in the three sessions held this weekend.

Ben Kennedy will start on the pole tonight in the season opening NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. Kennedy, like Kwasniewski in the Nationwide Series, will be making his debut this evening behind the wheel of a Turner-Scott Motorsports truck.

Starting on the outside of Kennedy, will be the series veteran of Ron Hornday. Tonight at the Daytona International Speedway, he will be behind the wheel of the No. 30 truck, also owned by Turner-Scott Motorsports.

Ryan Blaney will start the race in the third spot breaking the Turner-Scott Motorsports sweep for the top-three spots. Blaney goes into tonight's Nextra Energy Resources 250 looking to score his third career win in the series. He also goes into the race this evening with momentum left over from 2013 after a second place finish at Homestead.

Todd Peck will be the only driver who will fail to qualify. Charles Lewandoski withdrew from the race before the scheduled qualifying session.

1 31 Ben Kennedy # Florida Lottery/Whelen Chevrolet Row 1: 2013 Owner Points 11th 2 30 Ron Hornaday Jr. Rheem Chevrolet 2013 Owner Points 8th 3 29 Ryan Blaney CooperStandard/CareersForVeterans.org Ford Row 2: 2013 Owner Points 2nd 4 88 Matt Crafton Fisher Nuts/Menards Toyota 2013 Owner Points 3rd 5 21 Joey Coulter Allegiant Travel Chevrolet Row 3: 2013 Owner Points 31st 6 5 * John Wes Townley Zaxby's Toyota 2013 Owner Points 1st 7 51 Kyle Busch(i) ToyotaCare Toyota Row 4: 2013 Owner Points 34th 8 92 * Ross Chastain BTS Tire & Wheel Ford 2013 Owner Points 6th 9 98 Johnny Sauter Nextant Aerospace/Curb Records Toyota Row 5: 2013 Owner Points 4th 10 19 Tyler Reddick # Reese Towpower Ford 2013 Owner Points 29th 11 13 * Jeb Burton VAMP/Vapor Brands International Inc. Toyota Row 6: 2013 Owner Points 19th 12 39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing Chevrolet 2013 Owner Points 18th 13 8 Joe Nemechek(i) pelletgrillusa.com/SWM Toyota Row 7: 2013 Owner Points 7th 14 32 Ryan Truex(i) Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet 2013 Owner Attempts  15 58 * Parker Kligerman(i) BRG Motorsports Toyota Row 8: 2013 Owner Points 10th 16 54 Darrell Wallace Jr. ToyotaCare Toyota 2013 Owner Attempts 6 17 02 * Tyler Young Randco/Young's Building Systems Chevrolet Row 9: 2013 Owner Points 12th 18 17 Timothy Peters Valvoline Toyota 2013 Owner Points 13th 19 20 John King GunBroker.com Chevrolet Row 10: 2013 Owner Attempts  20 82 * Sean Corr Radon.com/Nesco Ford 2013 Owner Points 14th 21 7 Brian Ickler Bullet Liners Toyota Row 11: 2013 Owner Points 17th 22 35 Mason Mingus # MadVapes/811 Call Before You Dig Toyota 2013 Owner Points 16th 23 77 German Quiroga OtterBox Toyota Row 12: 2013 Owner Points 28th 24 74 Chris Cockrum Accu-Tech Chevrolet 2013 Owner Points 23rd 25 99 Bryan Silas Bell Trucks America Inc Chevrolet Row 13: 2013 Owner Points 21st 26 24 Brennan Newberry GunBroker.coml Chevrolet 2013 Owner Attempts  27 84 * Chris Fontaine Glenden Enterprises/JPL Auto Toyota Row 14: Series Champion 2003 28 50 * Travis Kvapil MAKE Motorsports Chevrolet 2013 Owner Points 37th 29 75 * Caleb Holman Food Country USA Chevrolet Row 15: 2013 Owner Points 20th 30 08 Jimmy Weller III GenevaLibertySteel/EnginePartsPlus Chev 2013 Owner Points 32nd 31 93 * Jason White(i) RSS Racing Chevrolet Row 16: 2013 Owner Points 35th 32 63 * Justin Jennings Mittler Bros. Chevrolet 2013 Owner Points 25th 33 07 Michael Disdier Lafayette Racing Chevrolet Row 17: 2013 Owner Attempts  34 28 * Ryan Ellis(i) FDNY Racing Chevrolet 2013 Owner Points 33rd 35 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb ArlingtonAnniversary/GrimesConst. Chevrolet Row 18: 2013 Owner Points 24th 36 57 Norm Benning EldoraSpeedway/Watt'sTruckCntrs Chevrolet Did Not Qualify: #40  Todd Peck. 

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