Can Kyle Busch go back-to-back at the Auto Club 400?The No. 18 car is searching for more success at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., after dominating last year’s race. Busch led 134 laps in 2019, capturing the fourth Auto Club checkered flag of his career. MORE: NASCAR schedule for all Cup Series racesHe will have plenty of competition on Sunday, though, as the last five races at the track have been won by five different drivers. A strong performance at qualifying on Saturday could make all the difference. Here’s a look at the field for this year’s Auto Club 400.Who won the pole for the NASCAR race at Fontana?Missed it by that much.Clint Bowyer beat Jimmie Johnson by .007 seconds to win the pole. Ghost Car technology shows just how close Johnson came to catching Bowyer.Seven-Time came THIS close to starting on the #BuschPole at his home track. @JimmieJohnson will roll from the front row as the field takes the green flag tomorrow at @ACSupdates. pic.twitter.com/VDPPaqoZtA— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 29, 2020NASCAR starting lineup at FontanaPositionDriver1.Clint Bowyer2.Jimmie Johnson3.Alex Bowman4.Kurt Busch5.Kevin Harvick6.Aric Almirola7.Joey Logano8.Michael McDowell9.Kyle Larson10.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.11.Chris Buescher12.Matt DiBenedetto13.Chase Elliott14.Bubba Wallace15.Brad Keselowski16.Ryan Blaney17.Kyle Busch18.Cole Custer19.Tyler Reddick20.Ryan Preece21.William Byron22.Christopher Bell23.John H. Nemechek24.Ty Dillon25.Austin Dillon26.Corey LaJoie27.Ross Chastain28.Denny Hamlin29.Erik Jones30.JJ Yeley31.Daniel Suarez32.Brennan Poole33.Reed Sorenson34.Joey Gase35.Quin Houff36.Garrett Smithley37.Timmy Hill38.Martin Truex Jr.