He will start at the rear of the field in Sunday's Overton's 301 race.
"I know nothing about race cars", Larson said. Busch's fastest lap of 29.086 seconds, with a speed of 130.950 miles per hour, was enough to best Martin Truex Jr. by.085 seconds.
Wondering how Kyle Larson's auto passed pre-qualifying inspection but failed post-qualifying inspection Friday at New Hampshire? He'll start first in Sunday's Overton's 301 (3 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) on the 1.058-mile track. He turned a fast lap of 133.324 miles per hour. NASCAR has said there will be no further penalties to Larson because of the inspection issue.
According to NASCAR, the rear deck fin lid passed pre-qualifying inspection, but was considered out of spec in post-race qualifying. It was his first significant racing since crew chief Chad Johnston received a three-race suspension and the team was docked 35 points for failing a post-race inspection last weekend.
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Johnson, the seven-time Cup champion, will start in the top five for the first time this season. "I don't honestly know what it was that got us in trouble". Joe Gibbs Racing tries to grab its first win of the season. Six-time victor and defending champion Jimmie Johnson, who has three first place finishes, is ninth with 519 points. JGR drivers Matt Kenseth (three wins), Denny Hamlin (two) and Kyle Busch (two) have all won at New Hampshire.
With 15 minutes remaining in the session, Kyle Busch remained on top followed by Truex, Hamlin, Larson, Elliott, Johnson, Suarez, Blaney, Kenseth and Jones.
"It's the biggest question of the universe right now, probably, which is why the 78 is outperforming the house cars, so we're just as confused and disgruntled by it as probably others", Busch said. "We'll just have to see how it all pans out, but I've enjoyed working with Erik".