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After three-career starts at the Monster Mile it's clear that this is one of Suarez's favorite ovals.

Now in his 17th full-time season, 42-year-old Johnson has accumulated a record-tying seven Cup Series championships - five of which were consecutive from 2006 to 2010 - and 83 race wins.

Points leader Kyle Bush was fourth and will be on row two.

Once it resumed, Harvick waltzed his way into victory lane in the No. 4 Ford.

"Just overall, just very proud of my team", said Suarez, whose only other third-place finish - and only other career top five - came past year on the Watkins Glen International road course.

Bowyer was second. Daniel Suarez, Martin Truex Jr., and Kurt Busch rounded out the top five.

The rain has stopped and the race has resumed at Dover International Speedway. He followed that runner-up result with 137 laps led and a fifth-place mark when the series visited later on in the season.

BC-CAR-NASCAR-Qualifying, 1st Ld-Writethru, 741Larson wins 5th career pole, Harvick also up front at DoverEds: Updates. He'll start 19th. Joey Logano, who won last weekend at Talladega, qualified 18th.

Clint Bowyer had the lead with 80 laps left when the cars were brought to pit road and covered in tarps. Despite having three wins last season and advancing to the penultimate round of the playoffs before being eliminated, Johnson's last trip to Victory Lane was nearly a year ago, allowing people to question everything from his ability to the quality of his auto.

The victim was treated at the Fan Care Center at Dover International Speedway and then taken to Bayhealth Kent General Hospital.

It's the fourth time this season that he's swept the first two stages. He had a three-race win streak going into the superspeedway and will look to stay hot at Dover.

Kevin Harvick has won the opening stage at Dover International Speedway. He is a constant contender for a top five so far this season.

The No. 4 vehicle won each of the first two stages of the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway, and then ran away with the third for his fourth win of the season and 41st win of his career. Kyle Larson has given Chevrolet a needed boost, turning a lap of 158 miles per hour to win the pole at Dover International Speedway. He was sent to the back of the pack and also lost his auto chief.

"Every weekend I feel like I'm getting better, learning from these guys and from my team - Kyle (Busch), Denny (Hamlin), Erik (Jones), everyone", said Suarez.

There's no real shame in that since Johnson has won 11 times at Dover, most of any active driver at any track.

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