Another week, another two Ford’s sitting on the front row for Sunday’s Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. After last week with Logano starting on the pole for the Daytona 500 over Michael McDowell, this week McDowell would pick up a spot and swap positions with Logano to start on the pole.

McDowell would go 30.999 seconds at 178.844 mph the only car to break into the 30-second bracket in qualifying over Logano’s lap time of 31.072 second at 178.424 mph. In doing so, McDowell would pick up his first career pole in just over 460 starts in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Toyota would be totally absent from starting in the top-10 with the first Toyota powered car of Martin Truex Jr. starting in 12th.

Kyle Busch would take the third spot in qualifying over another Front Row Motorsports powered car of Todd Gilliland starting fourth with Kyle Larson rounding out the top-five on the starting grid.

Last week’s Daytona 500 winner, William Byron and previous winner at Atlanta will roll from the 11th place spot.

Sunday’s Ambetter 400 from Atlanta Motor Speedway gets underway just after 3:00 p.m. ET on FOX with stages ending on laps 60, 160 and 260.