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NASCAR At Daytona 2012: Coke Zero 400 TV Schedule, Starting Lineup And More

NASCAR returns to Daytona on Saturday night, for the Coke Zero 400.

DAYTONA BEACH FL - JULY 01:  Cars practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 1 2010 in Daytona Beach Florida.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
DAYTONA BEACH FL - JULY 01: Cars practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 1 2010 in Daytona Beach Florida. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Though it's not the Daytona 500, it's a nice Fourth of July tradition for NASCAR fans, as the sport returns to Daytona for the Coke Zero 400 on Saturday night.

NASCAR fans will be particularly happy to know that Saturday night's race will feature limited commercial interruption. There will be no national commercial breaks -- only local ones.

Neither Carl Edwards or Clint Bowyer finished in the top ten qualifying. Edwards will start 12th, while Bowyer will start 29th. Courtesy of Jeff Gluck over at SB Nation's NASCAR hub, here's the starting lineup for Saturday night's Coke Zero 400.

  1. Matt Kenseth
  2. Ryan Newman
  3. Kasey Kahne
  4. Greg Biffle
  5. Jeff Gordon
  6. Bill Elliott
  7. Casey Mears
  8. AJ Allmendinger
  9. Brad Keselowski
  10. Marcos Ambrose
  11. Kevin Harvick
  12. Carl Edwards
  13. Paul Menard
  14. Juan Pablo Montoya
  15. Trevor Bayne
  16. Jimmie Johnson
  17. Aric Almirola
  18. Martin Truex Jr.
  19. Joey Logano
  20. Jeff Burton
  21. Mike Bliss
  22. Kyle Busch
  23. Denny Hamlin
  24. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  25. Regan Smith
  26. David Stremme
  27. David Ragan
  28. Michael Waltrip
  29. Clint Bowyer
  30. Jamie McMurray
  31. Josh Wise
  32. David Gilliland
  33. Dave Blaney
  34. Terry Labonte
  35. Kurt Busch
  36. Joe Nemechek
  37. Stephen Leicht
  38. Landon Cassill
  39. David Reutimann
  40. Travis Kvapil
  41. Bobby Labonte
  42. Tony Stewart (was second)
  43. JJ Yeley
Tony Stewart failed post-qualifying inspections, causing him to move to the end of the field to start the race.

For all the latest NASCAR news and notes, head over to SB Nation's NASCAR hub.