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Nationwide - Las Vegas - Friday practice

Reigning champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was fastest in practice for the Nationwide Sam's Town 300 race at Las Vegas, with Austin Dillon and Elliott Sadler close behind.
Current Nationwide Series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was the fastest man in Friday's two practice sessions with a time of 29.896s (180.626mph), just 0.057s ahead of Austin Dillon.

Elliott Sadler - who had set the fastest time in the first practice session - had to be content with the third fastest time in the afternoon and overall, less than two hundredths off Dillon.

Qualifying for the Sam's Town 300 race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is at 1.30pm ET (6.30pm GMT) with the race itself at 5pm (10pm GMT).

Practice 2

1. #6 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 29.896s (Leader) 180.626 mph
2. #3 Austin Dillon* Chevrolet 29.953s (-0.057) 180.282 mph
3. #2 Elliott Sadler Chevrolet 29.981s (-0.085) 180.114 mph
4. #38 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 30.003s (-0.107) 179.982 mph
5. #18 Mark Martin Toyota 30.078s (-0.182) 179.533 mph
6. #11 Brian Scott Toyota 30.083s (-0.187) 179.503 mph
7. #7 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 30.257s (-0.361) 178.471 mph
8. #33 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.260s (-0.364) 178.453 mph
9. #60 Trevor Bayne Ford 30.319s (-0.423) 178.106 mph
10. #44 Mike Bliss Toyota 30.350s (-0.454) 177.924 mph
11. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 30.391s (-0.495) 177.684 mph
12. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 30.403s (-0.507) 177.614 mph
13. #22 Brad Keselowski Dodge 30.448s (-0.552) 177.352 mph
14. #70 Johanna Long* Chevrolet 30.450s (-0.554) 177.340 mph
15. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.461s (-0.565) 177.276 mph
16. #30 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.499s (-0.603) 177.055 mph
17. #43 Michael Annett Ford 30.512s (-0.616) 176.980 mph
18. #81 Jason Bowles* Toyota 30.608s (-0.712) 176.424 mph
19. #88 Cole Whitt* Chevrolet 30.671s (-0.775) 176.062 mph
20. #41 Blake Koch Ford 30.699s (-0.803) 175.902 mph
21. #09 Kenny Wallace Toyota 30.711s (-0.815) 175.833 mph
22. #108 Kyle Fowler Ford 30.730s (-0.834) 175.724 mph
23. #19 Tayler Malsam Toyota 30.846s (-0.950) 175.063 mph
24. #27 J.J. Yeley Ford 31.099s (-1.203) 173.639 mph
25. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 31.153s (-1.257) 173.338 mph
26. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 31.186s (-1.290) 173.155 mph
27. #14 Eric McClure Toyota 31.191s (-1.295) 173.127 mph
28. #124 Benny Gordon Chevrolet 31.216s (-1.320) 172.988 mph
29. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 31.246s (-1.350) 172.822 mph
30. #39 Joey Gase* Ford 31.247s (-1.351) 172.817 mph
31. #40 Erik Darnell Chevrolet 31.504s (-1.608) 171.407 mph
32. #10 Jeff Green Toyota 31.508s (-1.612) 171.385 mph
33. #89 Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 31.872s (-1.976) 169.428 mph
34. #28 Derrike Cope Dodge 31.954s (-2.058) 168.993 mph
35. #50 T.J. Bell Ford 31.998s (-2.102) 168.760 mph
36. #52 Tim Schendel Chevrolet 32.037s (-2.141) 168.555 mph
37. #113 Jennifer Jo Cobb Dodge 32.091s (-2.195) 168.271 mph
38. #23 Robert Richardson Jr. Chevrolet 32.185s (-2.289) 167.780 mph
39. #4 Daryl Harr Chevrolet 32.314s (-2.418) 167.110 mph
40. #174 Mike Harmon Chevrolet
41. #47 Scott Speed Chevrolet
42. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet
43. #46 Chase Miller Chevrolet

Practice 1

1. #2 Elliott Sadler Chevrolet 30.076s (Leader) 179.545 mph
2. #18 Mark Martin Toyota 30.260s (-0.184) 178.453 mph
3. #6 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 30.313s (-0.237) 178.141 mph
4. #88 Cole Whitt* Chevrolet 30.315s (-0.239) 178.130 mph
5. #11 Brian Scott Toyota 30.375s (-0.299) 177.778 mph
6. #44 Mike Bliss Toyota 30.377s (-0.301) 177.766 mph
7. #30 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.462s (-0.386) 177.270 mph
8. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 30.472s (-0.396) 177.212 mph
9. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.499s (-0.423) 177.055 mph
10. #3 Austin Dillon* Chevrolet 30.508s (-0.432) 177.003 mph
11. #33 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.518s (-0.442) 176.945 mph
12. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 30.527s (-0.451) 176.893 mph
13. #22 Brad Keselowski Dodge 30.595s (-0.519) 176.499 mph
14. #7 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 30.628s (-0.552) 176.309 mph
15. #60 Trevor Bayne Ford 30.644s (-0.568) 176.217 mph
16. #81 Jason Bowles* Toyota 30.692s (-0.616) 175.942 mph
17. #43 Michael Annett Ford 30.815s (-0.739) 175.239 mph
18. #09 Kenny Wallace Toyota 30.833s (-0.757) 175.137 mph
19. #19 Tayler Malsam Toyota 30.883s (-0.807) 174.854 mph
20. #38 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 30.959s (-0.883) 174.424 mph
21. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 30.960s (-0.884) 174.419 mph
22. #41 Blake Koch Ford 30.967s (-0.891) 174.379 mph
23. #27 J.J. Yeley Ford 30.989s (-0.913) 174.255 mph
24. #70 Johanna Long* Chevrolet 31.004s (-0.928) 174.171 mph
25. #47 Scott Speed Chevrolet 31.160s (-1.084) 173.299 mph
26. #124 Benny Gordon Chevrolet 31.226s (-1.150) 172.933 mph
27. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 31.250s (-1.174) 172.800 mph
28. #108 Kyle Fowler Ford 31.339s (-1.263) 172.309 mph
29. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 31.474s (-1.398) 171.570 mph
30. #40 Erik Darnell Chevrolet 31.567s (-1.491) 171.065 mph
31. #39 Joey Gase* Ford 31.578s (-1.502) 171.005 mph
32. #89 Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 31.587s (-1.511) 170.956 mph
33. #14 Eric McClure Toyota 31.660s (-1.584) 170.562 mph
34. #46 Chase Miller Chevrolet 31.785s (-1.709) 169.891 mph
35. #23 Robert Richardson Jr. Chevrolet 31.993s (-1.917) 168.787 mph
36. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet 32.014s (-1.938) 168.676 mph
37. #113 Jennifer Jo Cobb Dodge 32.134s (-2.058) 168.046 mph
38. #52 Tim Schendel Chevrolet 32.308s (-2.232) 167.141 mph
39. #174 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 32.349s (-2.273) 166.929 mph
40. #50 T.J. Bell Ford 32.448s (-2.372) 166.420 mph
41. #28 Derrike Cope Dodge 32.628s (-2.552) 165.502 mph
42. #4 Daryl Harr Chevrolet 33.001s (-2.925) 163.631 mph
43. #10 Jeff Green Toyota

* Denotes Rookie



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