"The final qualifying result report and starting grid was delayed for about two hours after qualifying ended due to post-qualifying technical inspections. The two-lap speeds recorded by Bobby Gerhart, Leilani Munter, Justin Boston, Tyler Reddick and Spencer Gallagher were disallowed by series officials. Gerhart, an eight-time winner of the ARCA Daytona 200, had won the provisional pole.
Gerhart (driver of the No. 5) and Reddick (No. 22) had their times disallowed for rear suspension violations. The cars of Boston (No. 25) and Munter (No. 55) had their times disallowed due to coil spring mount violations. The No. 23 car of Gallagher was disqualified for a mechanical lowering device.
Despite erroneous and unfounded reports distributed on
social media, there were no physical altercations, nor was any ARCA participant
removed from the ARCA garage during or after qualifying or the inspection
process, said Ron Drager, ARCA President."
From ARCA's website, arcaracing.com
It's possible that Gallagher could take over the ride of his teammate, since it was the car and not the driver that was DQ'd.
Rising NASCAR star Dylan Kwasniewski took the pole for the ARCA Lucas Oil 200, which is live on Fox Sports 1 at 4:30 PM ET Saturday.