Hornaday and Ickler Lead Practices for the WinStar World Casino 400

Horn FanSenior Writer IJune 5, 2009

Kevin Harvick Inc.'s Ron Hornaday Jr. would be the fastest truck in Thursday's first practice session for Friday's WinStar World Casino 400 at Texas Motor Speedway.

He would pace the first practice session with a lap speed of 179.223 mph.

Rick Crawford would be second fastest with a lap speed 177.532 mph and followed by Johnny Sauter with a lap speed of 177.456 mph.

Then Brian Ickler and Colin Braun would round out the top five.

Positions six through 10 were; Chad McCumbee, Brian Scott, Matt Crafton, Johnny Benson and Todd Bodine.

Other notables were; Mike Skinner 13th, David Starr 15th, James Buescher 18th, Terry Cook 20th, and Tayler Malsam 22nd.

A total of 30 Trucks participated in the first practice session.

Then in the final practice, Billy Ballew Motorsports Brian Ickler would be the fastest truck for Friday's race.

He would pace the final practice session with a lap speed of 177.772 mph.

Johnny Sauter would be second fastest with a lap speed of 177.451 mph and followed by Rick Crawford with a lap speed of 177.340 mph.

Then Chad McCumbee and Matt Crafton would round out the top five.

Positions six through 10 were; Mike Skinner, Colin Braun, David Starr, Ron Hornaday Jr., and Timothy Peters.

Other notables were; Todd Bodine 12th, Johnny Benson 14th, Brian Scott 15th, Dennis Setzer 16th, Ricky Carmichael 17th, James Buescher 19th, Terry Cook 20th, and Tayler Malsam 21st.

In the final practice session only 27 trucks participated.

All 33 teams on the entry list will start the race and there were no driver changes.

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