Pennzoil 150 Qualifying Results, Grid and Starting Lineup at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Devon Platana
NASCAR qualifying results, pole winner and starting grid for the Pennzoil 150 this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
NASCAR qualifying results, pole winner and starting grid for the Pennzoil 150 this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. / AP Photo/AJ Mast
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The NASCAR Xfinity Series is back at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for the Pennzoil 150 on Saturday. Of course, the action already kicked off yesterday with Friday's qualifying round.

Qualifying at Indianapolis uses a one-lap format. Following a 15-minute warmup/practice session, drivers will compete in two groups, running a single-lap qualifier. The five fastest drivers in each group will advance to the final qualifying round, and those 10 drivers will each run one more lap to determine the first five rows in the starting lineup. And naturally, the pole position will go to the fastest driver in that final qualifying round.

NASCAR Pennzoil 150 Qualifying Results

Group A: 1. Sam Mayer (1:30.119), 2. Riley Herbst (1:30.345), 3. Chase Briscoe (1:30.355), 4. Josh Berry (1:30.682), 5. Noah Gragson (1:30.747)

Group B: 1. AJ Allmendinger (1:29.860), 2. Alex Bowman (1:30.294), 3. Ty Gibbs (1:30.299), 4. Austin Hill (1:30.837), 5. Justin Allgaier (1:30.842)

NASCAF Pennzoil 150 Starting Grid

  1. A.J. Allmendinger
  2. Ty Gibbs
  3. Riley Herbst
  4. Alex Bowman
  5. Sam Mayer
  6. Chase Briscoe
  7. Noah Gragson
  8. Josh Berry
  9. Austin Hill
  10. Justin Allgaier
  11. Landon Cassill
  12. Sage Karam
  13. Bubba Wallace
  14. Alex Labbe
  15. Sheldon Creed
  16. Daniel Hemric
  17. Brett Moffitt
  18. Miguel Paludo
  19. Austin Dillon
  20. Jeb Burton
  21. Andy Lally
  22. Preston Pardus
  23. Kaz Grala
  24. Myatt Snider
  25. Anthony Alfredo
  26. Ty Dillon
  27. Kyle Weatherman
  28. Jeremy Clements
  29. Santino Ferrucci
  30. Ryan Sieg
  31. Scott Heckert
  32. Ryan Ellis
  33. Josh Williams
  34. Brad Perez
  35. Bayley Currey
  36. Patrick Gallagher
  37. JJ Yeley
  38. Brandon Jones
  39. Brandon Brown

NASCAR Pennzoil 150 Pole Position

A.J. Allmendinger will begin the Pennzoil 150 in the pole position. He recorded a final-round time of 1:29.748 to earn the honors.

NASCAR Fan Pennzoil 150 Entry List and Odds

After qualifying, here is the full entry list sorted by the best odds to win the Pennzoil 150 from the NASCAR odds at FanDuel Sportsbook.

1. A.J. Allmendinger (+230)

2. Chase Briscoe (+400)

3. Ty Gibbs (+410)

4. Ross Chastain (+460)

5. Alex Bowman (+470)

6. Noah Gragson (+1200)

7. Sam Mayer (+1600)

8. Justin Allgaier (+2300)

9. Austin Hill (+2400)

10. Riley Herbst (+3200)

11. Sheldon Creed (+3600)

12. Josh Berry (+4200)

13. Bubba Wallace (+5500)

14. Austin Dillon (+5500)

15. Daniel Hemric (+6500)

16. Kaz Grala (+10000)

17. Brandon Jones (+10000)

18. Patrick Kligerman (+10000)

19. Brad Perez (+20000)

20. Ryan Ellis (+20000)

21. Jeb Burton (+20000)

22. Andy Lally (+20000)

23. Josh Williams (+20000)

24. Ryan Sieg (+20000)

25. Santino Ferruci (+20000)

26. Mason Filippi (+20000)

27. Brett Moffitt (+20000)

28. Jeremy Clements (+20000)

29. Myatt Snider (+20000)

30. Alex Labbe (+20000)

31. J.J. Yeley (+20000)

32. Scott Heckert (+20000)

33. Ty Dillon (+20000)

34. Bayley Currey (+20000)

35. Miguel Paludo (+20000)

36. Patrick Gallagher (+20000)

37. Landon Cassill (+20000)

38. Anthony Alfredo (+20000)

39. Kyle Weatherman (+20000)

40. Sage Karam (+20000)

41. Preston Pardus (+20000)

42. Brandon Brown (+20000)

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