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Kyle Busch will lead a field of 40 cars to the green flag in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Auto Club Speedway. The race will consist of 200 laps around the 1.5 mile Fontana, California track. The race will air on ESPN with coverage beginning at 5:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm PST. The green flag is set to be waved at 5:18 pm EST, 2:18 pm PST. SPRINT CUP: Denny Hamlin wins pole for Auto Club 400. The race announcers are: Allen Bestwick, Dale Jarrett and Andy Petree. The reporters live from pit road are Jamie Little, Dave Burns, Dr Jerry Punch, and Vince Welch. Nationwide Series starting lineup for the Royal Purple 300 Kyle Busch Elliott Sadler Brian Vickers Brad Keselowski Nelson Piquet Jr. Alex Bowman Sam Hornish Jr. Parker Kligerman Kyle Larson Mike Bliss Austin Dillon Brian Scott Dakoda Armstrong Travis Pastrana Trevor Bayne Regan Smith Kevin Swindell Justin Allgaier Reed Sorenson Jeff Green Brad Sweet Joe Nemechek Jeremy Clements Josh Wise Scott Riggs Mike Wallace Landon Cassill Paulie Harraka Jamie Dick Michael McDowell JJ Yeley Joey Gase Blake Koch Hal Martin Jason White Carl Long Eric McClure Juan Carlos Blum Mike Harmon Dexter Stacey DNQ: Tony Raines, Chase Miller
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