by Jeff Gluck
The pole was the fifth of Truex's career, and it hasn't been all that long since his last: He won three poles last season.
But this was his first with his new team, Michael Waltrip Racing, and with the No. 56, the old number he used to run as he came up through the ranks.
"That has always been so special to me," he said. "Making my first Nationwide start here with that number on the car. All those little things make it special."
Truex out-qualified Kasey Kahne by just six thousandths of a second.
Mark Martin was third, followed by Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Ryan Newman and Clint Bowyer.
AJ Allmendinger, Carl Edwards and Sam Hornish Jr. rounded out the top 10.
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