Kenseth ends suspense, claims Daytona pole
Published 07/06/2012, Superior Telegram
Tony Stewart, Newman's Stewart-Haas Racing teammate, was initially second after posting a lap of 192.361 mph, just .006 seconds off Kenseth's run. Stewart's time, however, was disallowed when inspectors found an open cooling hose into the cockpit of his No. 14 Chevrolet, the same duct work violation that had cost Austin Dillon the Nationwide Series pole earlier in the day.Word count: 378
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