Hamlin snags Chicago Cup pole ahead of Reddick and Van Gisbergen

Hamlin snags Chicago Cup pole ahead of Reddick and Van Gisbergen

Three-time Australian Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen had posted the fastest average speed as all 10 cars took to the track in the last minute of Saturday’s final round of qualifying.
Van Gisbergen actually improved on his speed but so did Reddick and Hamlin. Hamlin’s wicked fast lap at 89.557 mph – the fastest registered of the day so far – gave him the top starting position in …Keep reading

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