Carl Edwards scored his third New Hampshire Motor Speedway pole in the last four races on this track. His top speed of 135.453 mph was 0.050 seconds faster than Martin Truex Jr.
Carl Edwards struggled through two races at Darlington Raceway and Richmond International Raceway, but he finally climbed back into the top 15 at Chicagoland Speedway in time for the Chase to begin.
Carl Edwards was involved in the lap-364 incident triggered by Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman. He was behind the battling former teammates and got pinched to the inside, breaking his suspension in the process.
Carl Edwards was the first driver who failed to advance to the final round of qualification for the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway. His lap of 122.272 mph will line up 13th.
Joe Gibbs Racing swept the top-five spots in final practice for the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway with their four drivers leading the session and affiliate Martin Truex Jr. posting the fifth-best time. Carl Edwards had the best 10-lap average of 116.652 mph, Matt Kenseth was 116.607, Denny Hamlin 116.580, Kyle Busch 116.575, and Truex 116.514.
With Hurricane Hermine creating severe weather conditions at Darlington Raceway, NASCAR has curtailed all Friday activity. Two practices were due to run this day, but they have been moved to Saturday. Skies are supposed to be clear for the remainder of the weekend.
Carl Edwards had a quiet Pure Michigan 400. He spent slightly more than 20 percent of the race in the top 10, but when the checkers waved over Michigan International Speedway, he scored a seventh-place finish, which was his third consecutive top-10 and his 18th such result on this track in 24 attempts.
Carl Edwards finished sixth in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, which completed a sweep of the top 10 on short track for the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing team. His previous worst finish on this track type was another sixth at Martinsville Speedway.
Carl Edwards posted a lap of 131.407 mph to win the pole for Saturday night’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. This is his 21st career pole and his fourth on this track.
Carl Edwards has won the past two short track races. He claimed the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway from a fourth-place qualification effort and won the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway from the pole.
Carl Edwards has the fifth-best average finish of 2016 with a 12.14. His average start is a 7.05, which means he costs fantasy owners place-differential points more often than not.
Carl Edwards posted a lap of 126.562 mph in the second session of qualification for the Cheez-it 355 at the Glen and will lead the field to green on Sunday. This is his second career pole at the track. His other top performance came in 2010 en route to a fifth-place finish.
Carl Edwards finished eighth in the Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway. This was only his second top-10 since the series rolled out of Sonoma Raceway six weeks ago.
Carl Edwards has gotten progressively stronger in the past three Pocono Raceway events. He was 15th in his first start there with Joe Gibbs Racing last year, 10th in the summer race, and eighth this spring.