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QUALIFYING: Cabre Earns First Career Pole

Breaks Track Record Previously Held By Sellers at South Boston
Hunter Thomas,
May 6, 2017 - 4:59pm

SOUTH BOSTON, Va. - Chase Cabre captured his first-career 21 Means 21 Pole on Saturday at South Boston Speedway.

In only his fourth NASCAR K&N Pro Series East start Cabre, the driver of the No. 4 Max Siegel, Inc. Toyota broke the track record with a lap of 14.711 seconds to sit on the pole for the Twin 100s. The previous record was held by Danville, Virginia's Peyton Sellers, who clocked a 15.582 second lap in June 2007.

Chase Purdy will also start in the top row, the runner-up effort marks the 17-year-old's best-career starting spot in the K&N Pro Series East.

Travis Miller, who is making his season debut at South Boston, will start third followed by Harrison Burton, who was fastest in practice, and Todd Gilliland.

Vinnie Miller, Ruben Garcia Jr, Peyton Sellers, Tyler Dippel and Dillon Bassett rounded out the top-10 in qualifying.

The Twin 100s will get underway at South Boston Speedway tonight, with the first race beginning at 7 p.m.