JOLIET, Ill. — Qualifying for the Chase for the Sprint Cup opener at Chicagoland Speedway was rained out.

The lineup for Sunday’s race at Joliet, Illinois, will be based on the playoff seeding, meaning Kyle Busch will be on the pole and Brad Keselowski will start second. Denny Hamlin will start third, followed by Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards.

TRUCKS: Kyle Busch overcame a race-record 11 cautions for his 46th career Truck Series win, dashing the hopes of full-time drivers needing wins to claim a spot in the debut Chase for the championship.

The Sprint Cup star’s second circuit win of the season and fifth trucks win at Chicagoland Speedway meant Daniel Hemric and Timothy Peters earned the final two spots in the eight-driver playoff field based on points.

TONY STEWART and Ryan Newman left a NASCAR-mandated meeting insisting their dust-up last weekend is behind them and no apologies are needed.

The former teammates laughed and joked while addressing reporters together Friday outside the NASCAR hauler at Chicagoland Speedway. They met for about 35 minutes with NASCAR executives after Stewart wrecked Newman late in last Saturday’s race at Richmond.

FORMULA ONE: Nico Rosberg set the fastest time in practice for the Singapore Grand Prix, while Mercedes teammate and title rival Lewis Hamilton could manage only seventh after being hampered by a hydraulics failure.