NCWTS: Tyler Reddick Wins UNOH 200 Pole at Bristol Motor Speedway

Tyler Reddick will start on the pole in the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway in his No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford. Reddick posted a 14.884, 128.917 mph. around the 0.533-mile oval in the final round of qualifying. The native from California enters the weekend looking to capture his third career victory in the Camping World Truck Series. He holds four top five and six top 10 finishes through 12 races.

Daniel Suarez will start right beside Reddick when the field receives the green flag. Suarez posted a 14.963, 128.236 mph. in his orange and white ARRIS Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports. The native from Mexico will make his eighth Camping World Truck Series start in 2016. Suarez holds one top five and two top 10 finishes in those races.

Cameron Hayley will round out the top three starters in the UNOH 200. Hayley posted a 15.018, 128.767 mph. when the final round came to an end. The 19-year old driver enters Bristol looking to capture his first career NASCAR national series win. He holds three top five and six top 10 finishes through 12 races in 2016.

William Byron will start in the sixth starting position. Byron enters the weekend as the hottest driver after scoring his fifth career win of the season the last time out at Pocono Raceway. The young driver posted a 15.071, 127.317 mph. in the final round.

There were three incidents in qualifying that involved the No. 2 of Austin Cindric twice and once for the No. 98 of Rico Abreu. Cindric was able to keep his No. 2 Ford out of the wall as he just got loose. Abreu received the unfortunate end of the stick after getting loose and smashing the rear end. Abreu will have to start the UNOH 200 at the rear of the field due to running a backup truck.

Three drivers will DNQ as 35 drivers appeared on the entry list. Those drivers are Jake Griffin, Clay Greenfield and Cody McMahan. The No. 74 of Donnie Levister withdrew after practice.

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