Kevin Harvick swept all three rounds of qualifying Saturday to take the pole for Sunday's Brickyard 400, setting an Indianapolis Motor Speedway track record in the process.
Harvick, whose opening-session speed of 188.889 mph crushed the previous mark (set in 2013 by Ryan Newman, who went on to win the race), marks the 14th time this season on the Sprint Cup circuit that a track record has fallen. He'll be looking for his second Brickyard title, winning it in 2003 after starting on the pole that race as well.
Harvick also became the second driver to sweep all three qualifying rounds this season; actually, he just did it himself for a second time, having done so earlier this year at Michigan. His speed of 188.470 mph in the final session was 0.7 mph ahead of Jeff Gordon, who will begin Sunday's race in second position.
Sitting in third will be Brad Keselowski, while Ryan Newman is in fourth.
Check out our live coverage stream below from today's three rounds of qualifying at The Brickyard.
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