Pole Position Jimmie Johnson Charlotte Bank of America 500 October 2008 by Pole Position
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We tested so poorly here with the Miller Lite Dodge It feels real good to have team communication and bring all this together. It's just a big rebound from where we were in Kansas a few weeks ago. It feels really good for all of our sponsors, Mobil 1, Dodge and especially Miller Lite. After adverse weather forced officials to scrap qualifying here on Thursday, Busch started tonight's race from the 19th starting spot. Fighting a tight-handling Dodge for most of the early portion of the race, he made progress but didn't crack the top 10 until a quick
Pre-race news Patrick Carpentier was released from driving the No. Carpentier missed the race, despite being quicker than his teammates during practice. Mike Wallace was Carpentier's replacement for the race. Qualifying Because of rain, qualifying was canceled for the eighth time this season, and so the cars lin. The index is weighted by free-float market capitalization, so more valuable companies account for relatively more of the index.
Used by permission of the publisher. For personal use and not for further distribution. Please submit permission requests for other use directly to the publisher. Bank of America, the fifth-largest corporation in the world in , has its roots in the merger of two Charlotte institutions, the American Trust Company and the Commercial National Bank. After an aggressive acquisition of a bank with the same name that was headquartered in Jacksonville, N. In a three-way contest with Wachovia and First Union Bank Corporation , NCNB began an aggressive policy of constructing new branch offices, merging with other banks, and expanding its assets.
We knew we would get back. Yes, it was slower than we wanted it to be, but to be here today and have this victory is great. Thank you to Sprint, to the fans, to Gatorade, and to Valvoline. This is something very special to our team. Matt Kenseth finished second after starting the race in the back for an unapproved pre-race change to his car. He also served a pit-road penalty during the first caution of the race on lap