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NASCAR Cup: Phoenix Saturday practice results

Full Saturday practice results from round 35 of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Practice 3 times

1. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 25.709s (Top) 140.029mph (52 laps)
2. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 25.827s (-0.118s) 139.389mph (54 laps)
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 25.875s (-0.166s) 139.130mph (50 laps)
4. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 25.916s (-0.207s) 138.910mph (44 laps)
5. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 25.917s (-0.208s) 138.905mph (56 laps)
6. Erik Jones Toyota 25.917s (-0.208s) 138.905mph (38 laps)
7. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 25.948s (-0.239s) 138.739mph (42 laps)
8. Carl Edwards Toyota 25.963s (-0.254s) 138.659mph (55 laps)
9. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 25.967s (-0.258s) 138.638mph (47 laps)
10. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 25.985s (-0.276s) 138.541mph (49 laps)
11. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 25.988s (-0.279s) 138.525mph (56 laps)
12. Kyle Busch Toyota 26.003s (-0.294s) 138.446mph (46 laps)
13. Joey Logano Ford 26.019s (-0.310s) 138.360mph (48 laps)
14. Denny Hamlin Toyota 26.047s (-0.338s) 138.212mph (44 laps)
15. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 26.060s (-0.351s) 138.143mph (40 laps)
16. Brad Keselowski Ford 26.068s (-0.359s) 138.100mph (54 laps)
17. David Ragan Toyota 26.069s (-0.360s) 138.095mph (44 laps)
18. Paul Menard Chevrolet 26.078s (-0.369s) 138.047mph (48 laps)
19. Aric Almirola Ford 26.092s (-0.383s) 137.973mph (40 laps)
20. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 26.105s (-0.396s) 137.905mph (45 laps)
21. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 26.121s (-0.412s) 137.820mph (41 laps)
22. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 26.131s (-0.422s) 137.767mph (40 laps)
23. Greg Biffle Ford 26.151s (-0.442s) 137.662mph (36 laps)
24. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 26.169s (-0.460s) 137.567mph (40 laps)
25. Clint Bowyer Toyota 26.185s (-0.476s) 137.483mph (39 laps)
26. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 26.186s (-0.477s) 137.478mph (35 laps)
27. Casey Mears Chevrolet 26.189s (-0.480s) 137.462mph (38 laps)
28. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 26.217s (-0.508s) 137.315mph (43 laps)
29. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 26.379s (-0.670s) 136.472mph (28 laps)
30. Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 26.394s (-0.685s) 136.395mph (29 laps)
31. Matt DiBenedetto Toyota 26.423s (-0.714s) 136.245mph (45 laps)
32. Michael Annett Chevrolet 26.499s (-0.790s) 135.854mph (33 laps)
33. David Gilliland Ford 26.502s (-0.793s) 135.839mph (32 laps)
34. Brett Moffitt Ford 26.519s (-0.810s) 135.752mph (40 laps)
35. Cole Whitt Ford 26.522s (-0.813s) 135.736mph (39 laps)
36. Alex Bowman Chevrolet 26.553s (-0.844s) 135.578mph (29 laps)
37. Trevor Bayne Ford 26.566s (-0.857s) 135.512mph (29 laps)
38. Ryan Preece Ford 26.583s (-0.874s) 135.425mph (26 laps)
39. Jeb Burton Toyota 26.608s (-0.899s) 135.298mph (34 laps)
40. Joey Gase Ford 26.626s (-0.917s) 135.206mph (30 laps)
41. JJ Yeley Toyota 26.804s (-1.095s) 134.308mph (33 laps)
42. Ryan Ellis Chevrolet 27.008s (-1.299s) 133.294mph (35 laps)
43. Timmy Hill Chevrolet 27.497s (-1.788s) 130.923mph (20 laps)

Practice 2 times

1. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 25.783s (Top) 139.627mph (47 laps)
2. Carl Edwards Toyota 25.851s (-0.068s) 139.260mph (49 laps)
3. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 25.871s (-0.088s) 139.152mph (46 laps)
4. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 25.872s (-0.089s) 139.147mph (34 laps)
5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 25.894s (-0.111s) 139.028mph (54 laps)
6. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 25.922s (-0.139s) 138.878mph (41 laps)
7. Denny Hamlin Toyota 25.956s (-0.173s) 138.696mph (69 laps)
8. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 25.959s (-0.176s) 138.680mph (30 laps)
9. Joey Logano Ford 25.959s (-0.176s) 138.680mph (35 laps)
10. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 26.012s (-0.229s) 138.398mph (42 laps)
11. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 26.021s (-0.238s) 138.350mph (38 laps)
12. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 26.026s (-0.243s) 138.323mph (36 laps)
13. Kyle Busch Toyota 26.037s (-0.254s) 138.265mph (43 laps)
14. Brad Keselowski Ford 26.043s (-0.260s) 138.233mph (39 laps)
15. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 26.046s (-0.263s) 138.217mph (50 laps)
16. Erik Jones Toyota 26.058s (-0.275s) 138.153mph (39 laps)
17. Aric Almirola Ford 26.059s (-0.276s) 138.148mph (33 laps)
18. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 26.083s (-0.300s) 138.021mph (43 laps)
19. Paul Menard Chevrolet 26.106s (-0.323s) 137.899mph (44 laps)
20. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 26.139s (-0.356s) 137.725mph (40 laps)
21. David Ragan Toyota 26.152s (-0.369s) 137.657mph (30 laps)
22. Clint Bowyer Toyota 26.155s (-0.372s) 137.641mph (14 laps)
23. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 26.169s (-0.386s) 137.567mph (36 laps)
24. Greg Biffle Ford 26.171s (-0.388s) 137.557mph (31 laps)
25. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 26.183s (-0.400s) 137.494mph (40 laps)
26. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 26.184s (-0.401s) 137.489mph (38 laps)
27. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 26.218s (-0.435s) 137.310mph (39 laps)
28. Trevor Bayne Ford 26.279s (-0.496s) 136.992mph (36 laps)
29. Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 26.286s (-0.503s) 136.955mph (36 laps)
30. Casey Mears Chevrolet 26.295s (-0.512s) 136.908mph (32 laps)
31. Alex Bowman Chevrolet 26.405s (-0.622s) 136.338mph (36 laps)
32. Matt DiBenedetto Toyota 26.417s (-0.634s) 136.276mph (34 laps)
33. David Gilliland Ford 26.451s (-0.668s) 136.101mph (29 laps)
34. Brett Moffitt Ford 26.523s (-0.740s) 135.731mph (28 laps)
35. Cole Whitt Ford 26.536s (-0.753s) 135.665mph (34 laps)
36. JJ Yeley Toyota 26.550s (-0.767s) 135.593mph (29 laps)
37. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 26.554s (-0.771s) 135.573mph (29 laps)
38. Michael Annett Chevrolet 26.718s (-0.935s) 134.741mph (25 laps)
39. Jeb Burton Toyota 26.756s (-0.973s) 134.549mph (30 laps)
40. Joey Gase Ford 26.866s (-1.083s) 133.998mph (36 laps)
41. Ryan Preece Ford 26.985s (-1.202s) 133.407mph (34 laps)
42. Ryan Ellis Chevrolet 27.002s (-1.219s) 133.323mph (45 laps)
43. Timmy Hill Chevrolet 27.447s (-1.664s) 131.162mph (13 laps)

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