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Daytona 500 2016 Qualifying Results: Winner, Group Times and Highlights

Chase Elliott hasn't even raced as a full-time Sprint Cup driver, but the 20-year-old has already picked up a major feather in his cap. Elliott finished with the best time in the second round of qualifying Sunday to win the pole for the 2016 Daytona 500. According to Xfinity Racing, he's the youngest pole-sitter in the race's illustrious history. You wouldn't have guessed as he exited his car that he made history; he looked more like an experienced veteran for whom Sunday was merely another day, as Fox Sports NASCAR captured: Elliott's time of 45.845 seconds was 0.065 seconds ahead of second-place Matt Kenseth. After 43 drivers had a shot in Round 1, the 12 fastest drivers advanced to the second qualifying round, the results of which you c...

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