With Kyle Busch's eight wins this season, the No. 54 car continued its strong season on Saturday at Iowa Speedway with another driver, Drew Herring, who claimed his first career Coors Light Pole Award in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
With the pole, Herring picked the first stall off of pit road, the second stall. His Joe Gibbs Racing teammates, Brian Vickers and Elliott Sadler, qualified sixth and 10th respectively. Vickers and the No. 20 teams selected a stall two boxes behind Herring with Morgan Shepherd's No. 89 in between in stall No. 3. Sadler chose the No. 21 stall.
Regan Smith qualified second and chose stall No. 15 with an opening in front of him. Across the opening is NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion and former JR Motorsports driver Brad Keselowski.
The third-fastest qualifier, Alex Bowman, has the seventh stall with an opening behind him.
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