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The NASCAR drivers stole the headlines but Brian Campbell stole the pole for the Money in the Bank 150 on Monday afternoon at Berlin Raceway.

The 2010 CRA championship runner-up posted a 15.839 second lap around the unique shaped half-mile which was good enough to hold off Kyle Busch’s 15.876 second lap. Carson Hocevar, Erik Jones and Bubba Pollard completed the top-5.

The session was a 20 minute group format that allowed three cars on the track at the same time. Cars were allowed to hit the track on their own wim. They also had the chance to post multiple attempts.

Cambell drew a seven for the invert which places Johnny VanDoorn and Tate Fogleman on the front row for the start.

The event will pay $20,000 to the winner and has drawn praise from drivers across the county for promoting a big-money event that takes place over just a single day.

The Money in the Bank will be 150 laps and caution laps will only count up to Lap 100. To offset lengthy green flag runs, a competition caution will be thrown after 50 consecutive green flag laps.

The race will be contested under the CRA Super Series technical specifications even though it is not a tour race. It is a six-tire event with drivers racing on their qualifying set with two more tires available to be taken during the race itself.

A pay-per-view of the event can still be purchased from Speed 51 TV for $19.99. You can watch the race here.

QUALIFYING RESULTS

  1. Brian Campbell 15.839
  2. Kyle Busch 15.876
  3. Carson Hocevar 15.897
  4. Erik Jones 15.897
  5. Bubba Pollard 15.902
  6. Tate Fogleman 15.972
  7. Johnny Van Doorn 15.979
  8. Chad Finley 15.996
  9. Aaron Hulings 16.043
  10. Joe Bush 16.057
  11. Dalton Armstrong 16.057
  12. Ross Meeuwsen 16.060
  13. Mason Keller 16.070
  14. Kyle Jones 16.076
  15. Tyler Dippel 16.081
  16. Chris Koslek 16.101
  17. Kyle Crump 16.103
  18. Terry VanHaitsma 16.103
  19. Boris Jurkovic 16.126
  20. Steven Wallace 16.140
  21. Wes Griffith 16.151
  22. Jon Reynolds Jr. 16.153
  23. Joey Pole 16.199
  24. Harrison Burton 16.200
  25. Chris Anthony 16.215
  26. Michael Bilderback 16.229
  27. Steve Dorer 16.249
  28. Thomas Hufford 16.580
  29. Kyle Herp N/A

STARTING LINEUP

  1. Johnny Van Doorn
  2. Tate Fogleman
  3. Bubba Pollard
  4. Erik Jones
  5. Carson Hocevar
  6. Kyle Busch
  7. Brian Campbell
  8. Chad Finley 15.996
  9. Aaron Hulings 16.043
  10. Joe Bush 16.057
  11. Dalton Armstrong 16.057
  12. Ross Meeuwsen 16.060
  13. Mason Keller 16.070
  14. Kyle Jones 16.076
  15. Tyler Dippel 16.081
  16. Chris Koslek 16.101
  17. Kyle Crump 16.103
  18. Terry VanHaitsma 16.103
  19. Boris Jurkovic 16.126
  20. Steven Wallace 16.140
  21. Wes Griffith 16.151
  22. Jon Reynolds Jr. 16.153
  23. Joey Pole 16.199
  24. Harrison Burton 16.200
  25. Chris Anthony 16.215
  26. Michael Bilderback 16.229
  27. Steve Dorer 16.249
  28. Thomas Hufford 16.580
  29. Kyle Herp N/A

Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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