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Pos Trk Driver Team Time Speed Lap # # Laps -Fastest -Next 1 24 Justin Haley Chevrolet 29.658 182.076 21 21 —.— —.— 2 52 Stewart Friesen Chevrolet 29.705 181.788 19 19 -0.047 -0.047 3 13 Myatt Snider # Ford 29.733 181.616 15 19 -0.075 -0.028 4 51 Brandon Jones Toyota 29.779 181.336 25 25 -0.121 -0.046 5 25 Dalton Sargeant # Chevrolet 29.843 180.947 26 28 -0.185 -0.064 6 18 Noah Gragson Toyota 29.850 180.905 9 23 -0.192 -0.007 7 4 Todd Gilliland # Toyota 29.855 180.874 17 20 -0.197 -0.005 8 88 Matt Crafton Ford 29.887 180.681 16 23 -0.229 -0.032 9 21 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 29.903 180.584 11 26 -0.245 -0.016 10 98 Grant Enfinger Ford 29.977 180.138 20 25 -0.319 -0.074 11 41 Ben Rhodes Ford 30.036 179.784 17 23 -0.378 -0.059 12 16 Brett Moffitt Toyota 30.122 179.271 8 17 -0.464 -0.086 13 17 Chris Eggleston Toyota 30.135 179.194 2 16 -0.477 -0.013 14 2 Cody Coughlin Chevrolet 30.155 179.075 16 21 -0.497 -0.020 15 75 Parker Kligerman Chevrolet 30.385 177.719 11 16 -0.727 -0.230 16 54 Bo Le..

Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 First Practice Speeds

Pos Trk Driver Team Time Speed Lap # # Laps -Fastest -Next
1 24 Justin Haley Chevrolet 29.658 182.076 21 21 —.— —.—
2 52 Stewart Friesen Chevrolet 29.705 181.788 19 19 -0.047 -0.047
3 13 Myatt Snider # Ford 29.733 181.616 15 19 -0.075 -0.028
4 51 Brandon Jones Toyota 29.779 181.336 25 25 -0.121 -0.046
5 25 Dalton Sargeant # Chevrolet 29.843 180.947 26 28 -0.185 -0.064
6 18 Noah Gragson Toyota 29.850 180.905 9 23 -0.192 -0.007
7 4 Todd Gilliland # Toyota 29.855 180.874 17 20 -0.197 -0.005
8 88 Matt Crafton Ford 29.887 180.681 16 23 -0.229 -0.032
9 21 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 29.903 180.584 11 26 -0.245 -0.016
10 98 Grant Enfinger Ford 29.977 180.138 20 25 -0.319 -0.074
11 41 Ben Rhodes Ford 30.036 179.784 17 23 -0.378 -0.059
12 16 Brett Moffitt Toyota 30.122 179.271 8 17 -0.464 -0.086
13 17 Chris Eggleston Toyota 30.135 179.194 2 16 -0.477 -0.013
14 2 Cody Coughlin Chevrolet 30.155 179.075 16 21 -0.497 -0.020
15 75 Parker Kligerman Chevrolet 30.385 177.719 11 16 -0.727 -0.230
16 54 Bo LeMastus # Toyota 30.437 177.416 22 25 -0.779 -0.052
17 45 Justin Fontaine # Chevrolet 30.536 176.840 19 33 -0.878 -0.099
18 7 Korbin Forrister Toyota 30.544 176.794 18 18 -0.886 -0.008
19 22 Austin Self Chevrolet 30.620 176.355 16 28 -0.962 -0.076
20 02 Austin Hill Chevrolet 30.695 175.924 5 6 -1.037 -0.075
21 20 Tate Fogleman Chevrolet 30.928 174.599 4 10 -1.270 -0.233
22 8 John Hunter Chevrolet 30.938 174.543 5 12 -1.280 -0.010
23 15 Robby Lyons Chevrolet 31.645 170.643 8 8 -1.987 -0.707
24 83 Tyler Matthews Chevrolet 31.825 169.678 5 7 -2.167 -0.180
25 50 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 31.875 169.412 2 2 -2.217 -0.050
26 33 Josh Reaume Chevrolet 31.892 169.321 3 3 -2.234 -0.017
27 68 Clay Greenfield Chevrolet 31.967 168.924 9 17 -2.309 -0.075
28 49 Wendell Chavous Chevrolet 32.606 165.614 4 4 -2.948 -0.639
29 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Chevrolet 0.000 0.000 0 0 0.000 0.000

Best 10 Consecutive Lap Averages

Pos Trk Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed
1 18 Noah Gragson 13 22 180.112
2 51 Brandon Jones(i) 13 22 179.403
3 45 Justin Fontaine # 16 25 175.598
4 68 Clay Greenfield 8 17 166.056

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