Ron Hornaday Sweeps Both Camping World Truck Series Practices at Lowe's
Kevin Harvick Incorporated's Ron Hornaday Jr. swept both practices at Lowe's Motor Speedway on Friday morning, in preparation for Friday nights NASCAR Camping World Truck Series's North Carolina Educational Lottery 200 race.
Horn would pace the first practice session with a lap speed of 178.412 mph and then the final practice with a lap speed of 177.696 mph.
Only 36 trucks ran the first practice, 37 trucks ran the final practice and several drivers only ran one practice session.
In the first practice session, Mike Skinner was second fastest with a lap speed of 177.229 mph and followed by Ryan Newman at third, with a lap speed of 176.846 mph.
Todd Bodine and Brian Scott would round out the top five.
Positions six through 10 were David Gilliland, Colin Braun, James Buescher, Johnny Benson, and Kyle Busch.
In the final practice session, Rick Crawford was second fastest with a lap speed of 177.532 mph, followed by Mike Skinner with a lap speed of 177.392 mph.
David Gilliland and Colin Braun would round out the top five.
Positions six through 10 were: James Buescher, Ryan Newman, Dennis Setzer, David Starr, and Tayler Malsam.
The only caution flag during both practice sessions occurred in the final practice when GunBroker.com's No. 22 Dodge driven by Chris Fontaine leaked fluid onto the track.
Other notables; Matt Crafton ran 11th in the first practice and 19th in the final practice.
Chad McCumbee ran 15th in the first practice and 18th in the final practice.
Brian Ickler ran 27th in the first practice and 15th in the final practice.
Johnny Sauter ran 27th in the first practice and 16th in the final practice.
Here's a few drivers that ran faster times in the final practice and here's how they ran in the first practice.
Rick Crawford ran 14th fastest, David Starr ran 16th fastest, Dennis Setzer ran 17th fastest, and Tayler Malsam ran 20th fastest.
Now here's a few drivers that ran faster in the first practice and here's how they ran in the final practice.
Brian Scott ran 12th fastest, Todd Bodine ran 14th fastest, Kyle Busch ran 20th fastest, and Johnny Benson ran 21st fastest.
To update the entry list, there are now 40 trucks. Andy Ponstein in the No. 02 CorrieStottRacing.com Chevrolet was a late addition to the entry list.
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