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Where does NASCAR post the starting lineup for the Sprint Cup?

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Once the starting lineup is established for each race in qualifying, NASCAR posts the results on its website under the Race Center tab on NASCAR.com. Qualifying generally occurs two days before the scheduled start of the Sprint Cup race.

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Where does NASCAR post the starting lineup for the  Sprint Cup?
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The starting lineup of a Sprint Cup race is set in order of best qualifying lap times. Prior to the official qualifying results, NASCAR.com posts other results that may indicate how well a driver is doing throughout the week leading up to the race, primarily in the form of practice results. Once all results become official, NASCAR.com posts all results — entry list, practice and qualifying results, and final starting lineup — in the Race Center section of its website and mobile applications.

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