Cole Custer will lead the field as he wins the Keystone Pole Award for Saturday’s race in the Camping World Truck Series at Talladega Superspeedway in the final in the round of eight in the series chase.

Custer is joined by two other non-chase at the front of the field with Grand Enfinger starting alongside him in second and Spencer Gallagher behind him in third.

The first chase driver to qualify towards the front is Ben Kennedy who qualified fourth and chase driver Johnny Sauter in fifth to have the first five spots earned by Chevrolet drivers.

Timothy Peters will start right behind the Chevy drivers in his Toyota. The veteran driver is defending race winner as he won the last two races at the track. The only other driver who also won at the superspeedway is Sauter when he won back in 2013.

Cody Couhlin, chase driver William Byron, John Wes Townley and Korbin Forrister complete the top-10 of the starting grid.

Chase driver John Hunter Nemechek will start from the 11th as he looks to get out of the bottom two in the standings and eliminated from the chase. The other driver in danger is Daniel Hemric who starts in 17th, the lowest of the eight chase contenders.

The veteran and chase contender Matt Crafton will start alongside the youngster Christopher Bell in 13th and 14th.

However, even with the chase drivers being in the safe zone in the standings, when it comes to Talladega, no one is in the safe zone. Anything can happen where a driver can be in first and finish the race in last. Drivers will avoid of being caught in the “big one” and survive the race to the finish.

Race will start on later today at 1:00 PM EDT for the Fred’s 250 Powered by Coca-Cola in the third race in the Camping World Truck Series chase.