AVONDALE, A.Z. -- Joey Logano capped a day in the spotlight with a fast late lap Friday to claim the pole for the NASCAR Camping World 500.
With the temperature in the low 90s and the sun beginning to set, Ryan Blaney qualified second to give Ford the top two spots to start Sunday's race.
Logano and Blaney bumped Dale Earnardt Jr.'s Chevrolet out of the top spot he had held through most of the final five-minute qualifying round on Friday.
The day began for Logano with a meeting with Kyle Busch and NASCAR officials about the crash and subsequent scuffle late in last Sunday's race in Las Vegas.
Logano won with a top speed of 137.321 mph on the Phoenix International Raceway track made slick by the heat.
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