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Trucks - Michigan - Friday practice

Johnny Sauter set the fastest time on Friday as the Camping World Truck Series held two Friday practice sessions ahead of Saturday's qualifying session and VFW 200 race.
Johnny Sauter set the fastest time in practice on Friday ahead of Saturday's VFW 200 Camping World Truck Series race on the 2-mile Michigan oval.

His 40.5s lap was just three-thousandths of a second faster than Parker Kligerman, with Austin Dillon in third place. All three times were faster than the best afternoon laptime set by Matt Crafton of 40.659s, who was well ahead of Ricky Carmichael and Joey Coulter.

Cup drivers doing double-duty this weekend include Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Mark Martin.

In the battle of former F1 drivers, Nelson Piquet Jr. topped Max Papis in both the Friday practice sessions.

Practice 2

1. #88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 40.659s (Leader) 177.083 mph
2. #4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet 41.010s (-0.351) 175.567 mph
3. #22 Joey Coulter* Chevrolet 41.025s (-0.366) 175.503 mph
4. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 41.045s (-0.386) 175.417 mph
5. #13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 41.046s (-0.387) 175.413 mph
6. #32 Mark Martin Chevrolet 41.051s (-0.392) 175.392 mph
7. #2 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 41.054s (-0.395) 175.379 mph
8. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 41.103s (-0.444) 175.170 mph
9. #7 Miguel Paludo* Toyota 41.124s (-0.465) 175.080 mph
10. #60 Cole Whitt* Chevrolet 41.125s (-0.466) 175.076 mph
11. #29 Parker Kligerman* Dodge 41.177s (-0.518) 174.855 mph
12. #8 Nelson Piquet Jr.* Chevrolet 41.178s (-0.519) 174.851 mph
13. #98 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 41.462s (-0.803) 173.653 mph
14. #5 Todd Bodine Toyota 41.498s (-0.839) 173.502 mph
15. #51 Colin Braun Ford 41.514s (-0.855) 173.435 mph
16. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 41.546s (-0.887) 173.302 mph
17. #23 Jason White Chevrolet 41.562s (-0.903) 173.235 mph
18. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 41.637s (-0.978) 172.923 mph
19. #33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 41.708s (-1.049) 172.629 mph
20. #81 David Starr Toyota 41.765s (-1.106) 172.393 mph
21. #9 Max Papis Toyota 41.885s (-1.226) 171.899 mph
22. #62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota 42.026s (-1.367) 171.323 mph
23. #6 Justin Lofton Toyota 42.131s (-1.472) 170.896 mph
24. #93 Casey Roderick Chevrolet 42.537s (-1.878) 169.264 mph
25. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 42.879s (-2.220) 167.914 mph
26. #66 Peyton Sellers Chevrolet 44.136s (-3.477) 163.132 mph
27. #138 Mike Garvey Chevrolet 44.333s (-3.674) 162.407 mph
28. #175 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 46.652s (-5.993) 154.334 mph
29. #189 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 51.288s (-10.629) 140.384 mph
30. #87 Chris Jones Chevrolet
31. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet
32. #174 Mike Harmon Ford
33. #07 Butch Miller Chevrolet

Practice 1

1. #13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 40.500s (Leader) 177.778 mph
2. #29 Parker Kligerman* Dodge 40.503s (-0.003) 177.765 mph
3. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 40.674s (-0.174) 177.017 mph
4. #88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 40.743s (-0.243) 176.717 mph
5. #32 Mark Martin Chevrolet 40.827s (-0.327) 176.354 mph
6. #4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet 40.862s (-0.362) 176.203 mph
7. #33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 40.910s (-0.410) 175.996 mph
8. #8 Nelson Piquet Jr.* Chevrolet 40.951s (-0.451) 175.820 mph
9. #60 Cole Whitt* Chevrolet 40.953s (-0.453) 175.811 mph
10. #81 David Starr Toyota 40.986s (-0.486) 175.670 mph
11. #23 Jason White Chevrolet 40.996s (-0.496) 175.627 mph
12. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 41.033s (-0.533) 175.469 mph
13. #22 Joey Coulter* Chevrolet 41.038s (-0.538) 175.447 mph
14. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 41.045s (-0.545) 175.417 mph
15. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 41.088s (-0.588) 175.234 mph
16. #7 Miguel Paludo* Toyota 41.125s (-0.625) 175.076 mph
17. #9 Max Papis Toyota 41.128s (-0.628) 175.063 mph
18. #98 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 41.164s (-0.664) 174.910 mph
19. #5 Todd Bodine Toyota 41.187s (-0.687) 174.812 mph
20. #2 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 41.210s (-0.710) 174.715 mph
21. #51 Colin Braun Ford 41.257s (-0.757) 174.516 mph
22. #6 Justin Lofton Toyota 41.591s (-1.091) 173.114 mph
23. #62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota 41.915s (-1.415) 171.776 mph
24. #93 Casey Roderick Chevrolet 42.434s (-1.934) 169.675 mph
25. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 42.476s (-1.976) 169.507 mph
26. #87 Chris Jones Chevrolet 43.370s (-2.870) 166.013 mph
27. #174 Mike Harmon Ford 43.541s (-3.041) 165.361 mph
28. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 44.647s (-4.147) 161.265 mph
29. #07 Butch Miller Chevrolet 45.753s (-5.253) 157.367 mph
30. #138 Mike Garvey Chevrolet
31. #175 James Hylton Chevrolet
32. #189 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet
33. #66 Peyton Sellers Chevrolet



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