Qualifying Race

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World Championship Snowmobile Derby - Qualifying
... The riders with the sixteen fastest qualifying speeds during the Thursday night qualifying race in two heats on Friday night ... five finishers in the two heats advance to a qualifying race ... The top finisher in the ten competitor qualifying race starts on the pole position for the world championship feature on Sunday ...
1959 Daytona 500 - Summary - Qualifying
... Cotton Owens had the fastest qualifying lap 143.198 miles per hour (mph) (230.45 kilometres per hour ) ... The race had one qualifying race for Convertibles and one for the hardtop Grand National cars ... Bob Welborn, winner of the 100-mile (160 km) Grand National qualifying race earlier in the week, started on the pole position ...
List Of Daytona 500 Pole Position Winners - Daytona 500 Pole Winners - Notes
... Rathmann set the one-lap Daytona International Speedway track qualifying record driving in a USAC Champ Car race at 173.210 mph. 1983 On his first of two qualifying laps, Cale Yarborough ran a lap of 200.503 mph, a new track record, and the first 200 mph lap (320 km/h) in Daytona history ... Yarborough started a backup car on race day, and was moved to the rear of the field ...
2004–05 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... and Charlton Athletic are level on points with Liverpool in the race for a top-five place, though seventh place could be enough for a UEFA Cup place this season ... The race for second place is now being contested between Arsenal and Manchester United, with Arsenal having the advantage of one point and a game in hand ... Wigan Athletic and Ipswich Town are in the race for second place ...

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