Logano was just sixth-fastest in Round two but simply ran one lap, giving him fresh rubber from the final playoff around than all his competitors.
He went out late in the session, conducted four laps, and picked up the pole for Sunday’s STP 500 with the average lap speed of 97.830 mph.
The pole is firstly the 20-19 season, 2-1 st of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career and fifth at Martinsville, all arriving from his last nine races.
“You just have to be this accurate and you’re pushing yourself hard in the corners and a blunder gets this kind of big penalty when you get loose and then you’re right on the edge of the tires and you also go over the border just a bit,” said Logano, who won last collapse ’s race at Martinsville after a bump and run of Martin Truex Jr..
“It’therefore the difference between qualifying first and eighth or ninth as the field is really close. It’so awesome to get still another pole and hopefully we can turn off it with another win. This is a fun race. I look forward to coming up here. ”
Asked about the value of the No. 1 pit stall selection, Logano said: “It’s so important because pit road listed here is really dangerous. You start looking at how small it is, it’s tight getting into and out.
“Together with everybody taking out two or three (cars) deep, it’s nice to own nice pit booth and also be in a position to really possess a safer depart. ”
Aric Almirola finished up moment (97.643 mph) along with Brad Keselowski third (97.457 mph). Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin — who led the first two rounds — completed the topfive.
Rounding out the Top 12 starters are William Byron, Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Truex, Kurt Busch, Clint Bowyer and Jimmie Johnson.
Hamlin remained fast in the second circular, again topping the leader board with the average lap speed of 97.683 mph.
He had been followed closely by Harvick (97.492 mph) along with Almirola (97.462 mph). Elliott was Larson completed the topfive.
Also advancing to the final round were Logano, Keselowski, Suarez, Truex, Johnson, Byron and Bowyer.
“Only overly loose. Trying to make a twist into race trim and we’re just overly loose right now,” Kyle Busch said. “This ’s all there’s to it. ”
Hamlin led the way in the first round of knockout qualifying with an average lap speed of 97.835 mph.
He had been followed closely by Keselowski (97.457 mph) along with Almirola (97.457 mph). Harvick and Larson finished the Top Five.
Many of field didn’t even begin an attempt at a fresh qualifying lap until halfway throughout the entire 10-minute session. Several drivers did move out to scuff their tires and instantly go back.
He did manage to get some other run in but wound up just 25th speediest.
“They second time out we were just too tight,” Stenhouse explained.
Among those who neglected to progress were Stenhouse, Bubba Wallace, Daniel Hemric along with Austin Dillon.
Corey LaJoie along with Cody Ware alike neglected to take part in qualifying as each has been included in an accident in practice sooner Saturday and both of their teams were working with their various backup cars.