(Brooklyn, MI) - NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series returns to Michigan International Speedway with four-races to go until the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins.
Greg Biffle won last year's race at the two-mile oval
Former truck champion Austin Dillon has been chosen to drive for the injured Tony Stewart, who is out indefinitely with a broken leg.
Joey Lagano not only blew away the field but also set a track record qualifying time at Michigan to land him the pole for this Sunday's race.
Kurt Busch will start second followed by point's leader Jimmie Johnson in third. Mark Martin and Jeff Burton round the top five.
The Pure Michigan 400 is Sunday at 1:00.
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