JTG Daugherty Racing’s Ryan Preece in the No.37 Chevrolet Camaro will start Wednesday evenings Toyota 500 at Darlington Raceway from Pole position based on the finishing order of the Real Heroes 400 on Sunday.
Ty Dillion in the No.13 Germain Racing Chevrolet starts the race from second just ahead of Team Penske’s 2018 champion Joey Logano in the No.22 Pennzoil Ford starts the race from third place just ahead of Stewart Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer. Team Penske’s Ryan Blaney starts the race from fifth place just ahead of Roush Fenway Racing’s Ryan Newman in the No.6 Oscar Mayer Ford Mustang.
Matt Dibenedetto of Wood Brothers Racing starts the race seventh just ahead of Team Penske’s Brad Keselowski in the No.2 Discount Tires Ford. Aric Almiro starts the race from ninth for Stewart Haas Racing.
Richard Childress Racing’s Austin Dillion rounds out the top ten just ahead of Chip Ganassi Racing’s Matt Kenseth in the No.42 Credit One Bank Chevrolet starts the race from eleventh just ahead of Front Row Motorsports John Hunter Nemechek. Joe Gibbs Racing’s Erik Jones in the No.20 Toyota will start the race from 13th and will have a new crew Chief for one race with Chris Gayle on suspension.
Tyler Reddick starts the race from 14th for Richard Childress Racing while Joe Gibbs Racing pairing Martin Truex Jr and Denny Hamlin start 15th and 16th place respectively.
Chase Elliott starts the race from 17th just ahead of Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kurt Busch in the No.1 Monster Energy Chevrolet who starts the race just ahead of Hendrick Motorsports Alex Bowman. Stewart Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick who took victory in race one at Darlington in the No.4 Busch Beer Ford starts the race from 20th with Richard Petty Motorsports Bubba Wallace starting the race from 21st place.
Cole Custer of Stewart Haas Racing starts the race from 22nd place while Michael McDowell of Front Row Motorsports rolls off 23rd.
Levine Family Racing’s Christopher Bell starts the race from 24th place just ahead of Gaunt Racing’s Daniel Saurez. Joe Gibbs Racing’s Kyle Busch in the No.18 M&M Toyota starts the race from 26th just ahead of Brennan Pool of Premier Motorsports.
Joey Gase of Petty Ware Racing rolls off 28th just ahead of Go Fas Racing’s Corey LaJoie. Chris Buescher starts the race from 30th for Roush Fenway Racing.
MBM Motorsports Timmy Hill starts the race from 31st just ahead of Hendrick Motorsports William Byron. Starcom Racing’s Quin Houff starts from 33rd just ahead of Gareth Smithley of Rick Ware Racing.
Jimmie Johnson in the No.48 Ally Racing Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports starts the race from 35th place just ahead of BJ McLeod of BJ McLeod Motorsports. Ricky Stenhouse Jr in the No.47 Kroger Chevrolet for JTG Daugherty Racing starts the race from 37th while Rick Ware Racing’s Gary Gaulding and Spire Motorsports JJ Yeley round out the grid as both teams made driver changes between Sunday and Wednesday.