Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 Toyota, grabbed the pole for Saturday's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race with a fastest speed of 132.835 mph, which consisted of three laps and a mandatory pit stop. Busch will be joined on the front row by Jeff Gordon in the No.24 Chevrolet.

Good seats, in various price ranges, are still available for Saturday's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race and include the 3 Doors Down pre-race concert. Tickets start at $40 and may be obtained by calling 1-800-455-FANS or online. Gates open at 3 p.m.

Starting line up of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race

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Was your qualifying run a great team effort?

"It definitely was -- I'm surprised.  I thought I got busted speeding there.  If it wasn't it was that close -- very close.  Man, I can't thank these guys enough at Joe Gibbs Racing.  Steve Addington (crew chief) and all these guys that work on this do such an awesome job for me.  That thing is humming this weekend.  If (Kevin) Harvick thought the Toyota had motors before, watch out now because we're coming big time.  This stuff's nice.  We just keep clicking them off and keep going.  It's obviously paying off really, really well.  I just have to thank M&M's, Toyota and everybody that's been involved on this whole deal."

Does the All-Star race lend itself to your style?

"I don't know about the race, but qualifying I was as nervous as I've ever been in qualifying for anything.  That was pretty nerve wracking.  This race, it lends to my style and I'd have to say yes, being able to start out front and hopefully get some clean air and see what these guys behind us have for us.  We know the 99 (Carl Edwards) style, but we know he's going to come from a long ways back."

How important was your crew in qualifying?

"This M&M's team and everybody at JGR do such an awesome job.  They gave me a great race car that ran three laps phenomenal and gave me great pit stops -- they were solid on pit road and that's all you need in this kind of deal.  I was nervous as I ever was today.  I guess it's probably because if I knew, I would have screwed up just a little bit, which I thought I did coming to pit road, I would have got busted.  Proud of the effort."

Can you talk about your entry to pit road?

"I don't know, it was awfully, awfully close.  I knew that if I could get it to the maximum limit and I had a spot in turn four where I was going to start braking at.  My car was so much faster than it was in practice.  We ran over a second faster lap time, so I was going faster.  I just misjudged by a little bit.  I guess I didn't over misjudge, so it was pretty good."