Byron hopes qualifying runs lead to win
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) William Byron knows how to qualify. Now, he is looking to prove he can win at NASCAR's highest level.
The Charlotte native would love nothing more than to win his first Cup Series race at his home track of Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday in the Coca-Cola 600.
He has put himself in a good position: The 21-year-old Byron has his No. 24 Liberty Patriot Camaro ZL1 out front for NASCAR's longest race, becoming the youngest driver ever to capture the pole for the crown jewel event.
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