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Pos Trk Driver Make Time Speed Lap # # Laps -Fastest -Next 1 18 Noah Gragson Toyota 38.456 187.227 5 20 —.— —.— 2 88 Matt Crafton Ford 38.759 185.763 7 21 -0.303 -0.303 3 4 Todd Gilliland # Toyota 38.797 185.581 4 28 -0.341 -0.038 4 25 Dalton Sargeant # Chevrolet 38.800 185.567 8 34 -0.344 -0.003 5 51 Spencer Davis Toyota 38.888 185.147 27 33 -0.432 -0.088 6 98 Grant Enfinger Ford 38.894 185.119 12 35 -0.438 -0.006 7 21 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 38.895 185.114 12 24 -0.439 -0.001 8 52 Stewart Friesen Chevrolet 38.921 184.990 11 23 -0.465 -0.026 9 3 Jordan Anderson Chevrolet 38.922 184.985 4 13 -0.466 -0.001 10 22 Austin Self Chevrolet 38.989 184.667 13 21 -0.533 -0.067 11 8 John Hunter Chevrolet 39.037 184.440 10 17 -0.581 -0.048 12 16 Brett Moffitt Toyota 39.041 184.422 22 25 -0.585 -0.004 13 2 Cody Coughlin Chevrolet 39.078 184.247 9 21 -0.622 -0.037 14 41 Ben Rhodes Ford 39.130 184.002 6 20 -0.674 -0.052 15 54 Matt Mills Toyota 39.138 183.964 14 16 -0.682 -0.008 16 24 Justin Haley Ch..

Corrigan Oil 200 First Practice Speeds

Pos Trk Driver Make Time Speed Lap # # Laps -Fastest -Next
1 18 Noah Gragson Toyota 38.456 187.227 5 20 —.— —.—
2 88 Matt Crafton Ford 38.759 185.763 7 21 -0.303 -0.303
3 4 Todd Gilliland # Toyota 38.797 185.581 4 28 -0.341 -0.038
4 25 Dalton Sargeant # Chevrolet 38.800 185.567 8 34 -0.344 -0.003
5 51 Spencer Davis Toyota 38.888 185.147 27 33 -0.432 -0.088
6 98 Grant Enfinger Ford 38.894 185.119 12 35 -0.438 -0.006
7 21 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 38.895 185.114 12 24 -0.439 -0.001
8 52 Stewart Friesen Chevrolet 38.921 184.990 11 23 -0.465 -0.026
9 3 Jordan Anderson Chevrolet 38.922 184.985 4 13 -0.466 -0.001
10 22 Austin Self Chevrolet 38.989 184.667 13 21 -0.533 -0.067
11 8 John Hunter Chevrolet 39.037 184.440 10 17 -0.581 -0.048
12 16 Brett Moffitt Toyota 39.041 184.422 22 25 -0.585 -0.004
13 2 Cody Coughlin Chevrolet 39.078 184.247 9 21 -0.622 -0.037
14 41 Ben Rhodes Ford 39.130 184.002 6 20 -0.674 -0.052
15 54 Matt Mills Toyota 39.138 183.964 14 16 -0.682 -0.008
16 24 Justin Haley Chevrolet 39.179 183.772 8 17 -0.723 -0.041
17 13 Myatt Snider # Ford 39.191 183.716 17 19 -0.735 -0.012
18 02 Austin Hill Chevrolet 39.296 183.225 3 3 -0.840 -0.105
19 17 Bo LeMastus # Toyota 39.364 182.908 21 23 -0.908 -0.068
20 20 Tate Fogleman Chevrolet 39.913 180.392 4 8 -1.457 -0.549
21 45 Justin Fontaine # Chevrolet 39.959 180.185 2 6 -1.503 -0.046
22 7 Korbin Forrister Toyota 40.015 179.933 9 10 -1.559 -0.056
23 33 Josh Reaume Chevrolet 40.499 177.782 3 3 -2.043 -0.484
24 63 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 40.898 176.048 2 2 -2.442 -0.399
25 49 Wendell Chavous Chevrolet 40.910 175.996 3 4 -2.454 -0.012
26 0 Camden Murphy Chevrolet 41.104 175.165 2 2 -2.648 -0.194
27 50 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 41.124 175.080 2 2 -2.668 -0.020
28 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Chevrolet 0.000 0.000 0 0 0.000 0.000

Best 10 Consecutive Lap Average

Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed
1 4 Todd Gilliland # 8 17 183.561
2 98 Grant Enfinger 8 17 183.243
3 51 Spencer Davis 14 23 182.884
4 41 Ben Rhodes 6 15 182.807
5 25 Dalton Sargeant # 22 31 182.604
6 18 Noah Gragson 10 19 182.554
7 88 Matt Crafton 7 16 182.538
8 21 Johnny Sauter 5 14 182.535
9 52 Stewart Friesen 5 14 182.266
10 13 Myatt Snider # 8 17 182.178
11 16 Brett Moffitt 6 15 182.089
12 22 Austin Self 5 14 175.423

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