Youngest NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole winner picks first stall at Turn 1 pit out
Chase Elliott, at 17 years, 8 months, 24 days, became the youngest pole-sitter in series history and earned the honor of the first pit-stall selection.
In search of his first NASCAR national series win to go with his first pole, Elliott chose the second stall, which is the first off of pit road heading into Turn 1.
His fellow front-row starter, Ryan Blaney, chose the next stall with an opening in front in stall 7.
Two stalls off of the start/finish line toward Turn 4 is the next pit with an opening in front, and it will host the No. 3 of Ty Dillon.
Timothy Peters has the first stall off of Turn 3 on the backstretch in the 23rd box.
Look above to see where your favorite driver is pitting, and tune in to FOX Sports 1 to watch the UNOH 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway tonight at 8 p.m. ET.