Team Chevy and Kevin Harvick started their weekends off on a high note Friday after the Stewart Haas Racing driver piloted his No. 4 Chevrolet SS to a pole position start at Kansas Speedway.
Harvick was the fastest driver throughout all three rounds of qualifying before being surpassed by Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski in Round 3. Harvick battled back and set the fastest lap to win the top spot on the starting grid for the 5-hour Energy 500.
The pole lap is only the eighth ever earned by Harvick in 477 races and marks the first time the Sprint Cup veteran has earned a pole position twice in one season.
In addition to Harvick, Team Chevy drivers Kyle Larson, Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Tony Stewart and Danica Patrick also qualified in the top ten.