Michael Andretti became the first driver to top 100 mph over the Meadowlands course when he won the pole for the Chase Grand Prix at a speed of 100.028 mph in East Rutherford, N.J.

Andretti's father Mario was the second-fastest qualifier with a speed of 99.74 mph, placing father and son in the front row for the second time this season.

Roberto Guerrero, the fastest driver in Friday's qualifying, could not improve on his time of 99.412 mph and will start third, next to Al Unser Jr. Danny Sullivan qualified fifth in Rick Mears' backup car after his Penske PC-15 Chevrolet developed problems. The 100-lap race around the 11-turn, 1.68-mile Meadowlands course is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. today . . .

With Michael leading the championship standings and Mario in third place, the Andrettis have been dominating the CART circuit, with three wins in five races between them . . .

Danny Fair of Hoadley was the winner in a 35-lap late model stock car race at Old Dominion Speedway in Manassas. Fair, driving a Firebird, bested the Mustang of second-place finisher Eddie Johnson of Ashland. Sonny Simmons of Hoadley was third, Roger Austin of Nokesville was fourth, and Bob McLwee of Stafford was fifth.