Ryan Newman captured the pole for the Coca-Cola 600 with a speed of 188.475 mph.
Jeff Gordon had set the pace early, holding the pole posistion for almost have of qualifying.
Kyle Busch tried to ruin Newman's party, but it wasn't meant to be.
Team Haas/Stewart has carried over the momentum from last week, and hope to captilize on it again Sunday.
As Tony Stewart was getting ready to qualify, he walked down pit road with a huge smile on his face. Congratulatons were still being offered from well wishers.
Jeff Gordon made a valiant effort qualifying after only running a minimum of practice laps.
Up first in this slide show is Jeremy Mayfield's #41 Toyota. This picture might be a glimpse into Mayfields future. A failed qualifying effort and now a legal fight with the goliath NASCAR. Things are certainly getting heated.
All pictures are Copywrited to David Yeazell.
Christa Voda is ready for her day in the garage.
Matt Kenseth is sporting a different paint job and sponsor for this race. It must be a headache trying to keep all this stuff straight.
Chad Knaus has notes in hand, head set on, and is ready to give his driver a chance at the pole in qualifying.
Denny Hamlin and his crew try and figure out where they are on the speed chart. His crew chief is holding up 3 fingers, which was the right answer.
A look at the gages in Tony Stewarts Chevrolet during morning practice.
Clint Bowyer seems to be happy and content as he leans on the roof of his car during morning practice.
Mark Martin takes a little breather before morning practice.
Getting some last minute instructions before practice, Carl Edwards makes quick eye contact with the camera lens.
The back of Dale Earnhardt Jr's helment is painted with an angry skull. His Hans device has a similar style painting, also.
Stewart takes one last look before heading out to morning practice.
Michael Waltrip seems to be screaming about something. Maybe he saw the bill from NAPA.
Robby Gordon slides into his car before qualifying.
Bobby LaBonte shares a smile as he waits his turn to qualify.
He is still awesome.
Shrub seems to need a little more sleep these days.
Todd Bodine takes a walk down pit road.
There is absolutely nothing flattering about this picture.