Cup Qualifying Washed Out, Nationwide Race Postponed @ Talladega

Dustin H.Correspondent IApril 25, 2010

TALLADEGA, AL - APRIL 24: The crew of the #39 Haas Automation/Office Depot Chevrolet driven by Ryan Newman stands by their car after all track activities are haulted due to weather at Talladega Superspeedway on April 24, 2010 in Talladega, Alabama.  (Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images

Well once again, like last week at Texas, Nascar Sprint Cup Series qualifying was rained out Saturday along with the Nascar Nationwide Series Race due to severe weather that moved through Talladega on Saturday. Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race will now be set by the rule book and point leader Jimmie Johnson will start from pole with Matt Kenseth alongside on the front row. The high speed game of bumper cars, fast speeds, close racing and the possibility of the big one could happen at anytime is what drivers will face on Sunday. The weather for racing on Sunday looks great with sunny skies and temperatures in the 70's will make for a great doubleheader with Cup and Nationwide racing. Kevin Harvick will start from pole on as he won the pole Friday in qualifying at Talladega for the Nationwide Series race and both events today will be some of the most exciting and close racing all year.

Sprint Cup Race @ 12pm On Fox For The Aarons 499

Nationwide Series Aarons 312 @ 5:30pm On ESPN2 Following Cup Racing.

 

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