Track position is very important at Michigan, especially for the guys up front because it can be extremely difficult to pass at this 2-mile race track. And more often than not, the pole sitter leads the most laps because of that, which means that Brad Keselowski is in the best position heading into Sunday, as he is on the pole for the second Michigan race of the season.

Note: Austin Dillon originally qualified 7th and Daniel Hemric originally qualified 11th. Both had their qualifying times disallowed due to a rules infraction. They will start from and be scored from the rear.

Consumers Energy 400 Qualifying Results

  1. Brad Keselowski
  2. Kevin Harvick
  3. William Byron
  4. Alex Bowman
  5. Clint Bowyer
  6. Chase Elliott
  7. Ryan Blaney
  8. Joey Logano
  9. Paul Menard
  10. Jimmie Johnson
  11. Daniel Suarez
  12. Aric Almirola
  13. Kurt Busch
  14. Denny Hamlin
  15. Martin Truex, Jr.
  16. Erik Jones
  17. Kyle Larson
  18. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
  19. Matt Tifft
  20. Ryan Newman
  21. Ty Dillon
  22. Kyle Busch
  23. Michael McDowell
  24. David Ragan
  25. Chris Buescher
  26. Bubba Wallace
  27. Matt DiBenedetto
  28. Landon Cassill
  29. Ryan Preece
  30. Ross Chastain
  31. Corey LaJoie
  32. Quin Houff
  33. Austin Theriault
  34. Cody Ware
  35. Reed Sorenson
  36. Spencer Boyd
  37. Austin Dillon
  38. Daniel Hemric
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