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Two spots in the Daytona 500 are available in the 150-mile qualifying races today. The 36 charter teams are guaranteed spots and the Daytona 500 front row -- Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. -- will be on the pole for the races today. The top non-charter team in each of the two qualifying races earns a spot on the Daytona 500 grid. The final two spots go to the remaining drivers who were best in qualifying Sunday. Brendan Gaughan and Elliott Sadler can fall back on their time. Gaughan, Reed Sorenson and Corey LaJoie are the three non-charter drivers in the first duel; Sadler, D.J. Kennington and Timmy Hill are the three in the second. If Gaughan or Sadler earns the top non-charter spot in their races, Sorenson gets in on speed; if both are the best in their duels, then Sorenson and Kennington get in on speed. LaJoie and Hill must be the top non-charter drivers in their duels to make it into the Daytona 500.

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