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Barring any major crashes during practice over the next two days, the starting lineup for the 60th running of the Daytona 500 is set.

Alex Bowman and Denny Hamlin will lead the field to green on Sunday, the right they earned upon capturing the front row on Sunday during time trials, and will be trailed by Daytona Duel winners Ryan Blaney and Chase Elliott.

With only 40 entrants, the qualifying races simply set the starting line-up rather than bump drivers from the field. The first 60-lapper determined the odd-numbered positions and the second 60-lapper determined the even-numbered positions.

The complete starting line-up can be viewed below.

Starting Position

Driver

Team

 1.

 Alex Bowman

 Hendrick Motorsports

 2.

 Denny Hamlin

 Joe Gibbs Racing

 3.

 Ryan Blaney

 Team Penske

 4.

 Chase Elliott

 Hendrick Motorsports

 5.

 Joey Logano

 Team Penske

 6.

 Kevin Harvick

 Stewart-Haas Racing

 7.

 Darrell Wallace Jr.

 Richard Petty Motorsports

 8.

 Erik Jones

 Joe Gibbs Racing

 9.

 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

 Roush Fenway Racing

 10.

 Clint Bowyer

 Stewart-Haas Racing

 11.

 Kurt Busch

 Stewart-Haas Racing

 12.

 Kyle Busch

 Joe Gibbs Racing

 13

 Ryan Newman

 Richard Childress Racing

 14.

 Austin Dillon

 Richard Childress Racing

 15.

 David Ragan

 Front Row Motorsports

 16.

 Paul Menard

 Wood Brothers Racing

 17.

 Daniel Suarez

 Joe Gibbs Racing

 18.

 Trevor Bayne

 Roush Fenway Racing

 19.

 Jamie McMurray

 Chip Ganassi Racing

 20.

 AJ Allmendinger

 JTG Daugherty Racing

 21.

 Chris Buescher

 JTG Daugherty Racing

 22.

 Michael McDowell

 Front Row Motorsports

 23.

 Ty Dillon

Germain Racing

 24.

 Martin Truex Jr.

 Furniture Row Racing

 25.

 Brendan Gaughan

 Beard Motorsports

 26.

 Kasey Kahne

 Leavine Family Racing

 27.

 Jeffrey Earnhardt

 StarCom Racing

 28.

 Danica Patrick

 Premium Motorsports

 29.

 Justin Marks

 Rick Ware Racing

 30.

 DJ Kennington

 Gaunt Brothers Racing

 31.

 Brad Keselowski

 Team Penske

 32.

 Corey LaJoie

 TriStar Motorsports

 33.

 William Byron

 Hendrick Motorsports

 34.

 Gray Gaulding

 BK Racing

 35.

 Jimmie Johnson

 Hendrick Motorsports

 36.

 Matt DiBenedetto

 Go Fas Racing

 37.

 Aric Almirola

 Stewart-Haas Racing

 38.

 Kyle Larson

 Chip Ganassi Racing

 39.

 David Gilliland

 RBR Enterprises

 40.

 Mark Thompson

 Phoenix Air Racing

 










Matt Weaver



Matt Weaver



– Matt Weaver is an associate motorsports editor at Autoweek. Before becoming a journalist, he was a dirt track racer and short track cheeseburger connoisseur.

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