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Bristol: Sprint Cup Saturday practice results

Ryan Newman and Casey Mears topped the two Saturday practice sessions, which saw Dale Earnhardt Jr struggling and Landon Cassill crash after a late tyre blew out.



Practice 3 times

1. #13 Casey Mears Chevrolet 15.240s (Leader) 125.906mph (40 laps)
2. #20 Matt Kenseth Toyota 15.251s (-0.011s) 125.815mph (74 laps)
3. #99 Carl Edwards Ford 15.267s (-0.027s) 125.683mph (45 laps)
4. #2 Brad Keselowski Ford 15.291s (-0.051s) 125.486mph (62 laps)
5. #41 Kurt Busch Chevrolet 15.293s (-0.053s) 125.469mph (73 laps)
6. #78 Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 15.300s (-0.060s) 125.412mph (63 laps)
7. #27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 15.301s (-0.061s) 125.404mph (62 laps)
8. #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 15.303s (-0.063s) 125.387mph (71 laps)
9. #4 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 15.306s (-0.066s) 125.363mph (68 laps)
10. #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 15.326s (-0.086s) 125.199mph (53 laps)
11. #9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 15.336s (-0.096s) 125.117mph (58 laps)
12. #51 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 15.339s (-0.099s) 125.093mph (54 laps)
13. #17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 15.342s (-0.102s) 125.068mph (55 laps)
14. #31 Ryan Newman Chev 15.351s (-0.111s) 124.995mph (50 laps)
15. #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 15.351s (-0.111s) 124.995mph (83 laps)
16. #11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 15.359s (-0.119s) 124.930mph (63 laps)
17. #14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 15.362s (-0.122s) 124.906mph (60 laps)
18. #22 Joey Logano Ford 15.377s (-0.137s) 124.784mph (55 laps)
19. #5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 15.388s (-0.148s) 124.695mph (66 laps)
20. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 15.397s (-0.157s) 124.622mph (58 laps)
21. #43 Aric Almirola Ford 15.404s (-0.164s) 124.565mph (39 laps)
22. #16 Greg Biffle Ford 15.410s (-0.170s) 124.517mph (60 laps)
23. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 15.411s (-0.171s) 124.508mph (50 laps)
24. #1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 15.438s (-0.198s) 124.291mph (81 laps)
25. #38 David Gilliland Ford 15.452s (-0.212s) 124.178mph (70 laps)
26. #42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 15.452s (-0.212s) 124.178mph (55 laps)
27. #34 David Ragan Ford 15.460s (-0.220s) 124.114mph (84 laps)
28. #55 Brian Vickers Toyota 15.466s (-0.226s) 124.066mph (59 laps)
29. #47 AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 15.472s (-0.232s) 124.018mph (43 laps)
30. #15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 15.478s (-0.238s) 123.970mph (37 laps)
31. #40 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 15.482s (-0.242s) 123.937mph (42 laps)
32. #32 Travis Kvapil Ford 15.545s (-0.305s) 123.435mph (48 laps)
33. #23 Alex Bowman Toyota 15.566s (-0.326s) 123.269mph (74 laps)
34. #10 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 15.576s (-0.336s) 123.190mph (57 laps)
35. #30 Parker Kligerman Toyota 15.584s (-0.344s) 123.126mph (49 laps)
36. #98 Josh Wise Chevrolet 15.590s (-0.350s) 123.079mph (52 laps)
37. #26 Cole Whitt Toyota 15.597s (-0.357s) 123.024mph (46 laps)
38. #33 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 15.659s (-0.419s) 122.537mph (37 laps)
39. #95 Michael McDowell Ford 15.663s (-0.423s) 122.505mph (40 laps)
40. #7 Michael Annett Chevrolet 15.681s (-0.441s) 122.365mph (50 laps)
41. #83 Ryan Truex Toyota 15.685s (-0.445s) 122.333mph (47 laps)
42. #36 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 15.704s (-0.464s) 122.185mph (36 laps)
43. #66 Joe Nemechek Toyota 15.836s (-0.596s) 121.167mph (44 laps)

Practice 2 times

1. #31 Ryan Newman Chev 15.099s (Leader) 127.081mph (58 laps)
2. #4 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 15.125s (-0.026s) 126.863mph (66 laps)
3. #41 Kurt Busch Chevrolet 15.146s (-0.047s) 126.687mph (51 laps)
4. #20 Matt Kenseth Toyota 15.148s (-0.049s) 126.670mph (43 laps)
5. #27 P. Menard Chevrolet 15.163s (-0.064s) 126.545mph (50 laps)
6. #11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 15.207s (-0.108s) 126.179mph (41 laps)
7. #17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 15.216s (-0.117s) 126.104mph (44 laps)
8. #78 Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 15.221s (-0.122s) 126.063mph (46 laps)
9. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 15.224s (-0.125s) 126.038mph (41 laps)
10. #5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 15.230s (-0.131s) 125.988mph (46 laps)
11. #2 Brad Keselowski Ford 15.234s (-0.135s) 125.955mph (55 laps)
12. #15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 15.256s (-0.157s) 125.773mph (38 laps)
13. #9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 15.258s (-0.159s) 125.757mph (60 laps)
14. #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 15.260s (-0.161s) 125.740mph (43 laps)
15. #22 Joey Logano Ford 15.288s (-0.189s) 125.510mph (60 laps)
16. #13 Casey Mears Chevrolet 15.290s (-0.191s) 125.494mph (43 laps)
17. #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 15.298s (-0.199s) 125.428mph (38 laps)
18. #99 Carl Edwards Ford 15.312s (-0.213s) 125.313mph (37 laps)
19. #38 David Gilliland Ford 15.332s (-0.233s) 125.150mph (38 laps)
20. #34 David Ragan Ford 15.333s (-0.234s) 125.142mph (40 laps)
21. #1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 15.336s (-0.237s) 125.117mph (67 laps)
22. #55 Brian Vickers Toyota 15.338s (-0.239s) 125.101mph (54 laps)
23. #51 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 15.340s (-0.241s) 125.085mph (48 laps)
24. #47 AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 15.349s (-0.250s) 125.011mph (48 laps)
25. #43 Aric Almirola Ford 15.356s (-0.257s) 124.954mph (56 laps)
26. #10 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 15.370s (-0.271s) 124.841mph (47 laps)
27. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 15.393s (-0.294s) 124.654mph (50 laps)
28. #42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 15.394s (-0.295s) 124.646mph (57 laps)
29. #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 15.410s (-0.311s) 124.517mph (59 laps)
30. #14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 15.420s (-0.321s) 124.436mph (54 laps)
31. #16 Greg Biffle Ford 15.438s (-0.339s) 124.291mph (34 laps)
32. #32 Travis Kvapil Ford 15.440s (-0.341s) 124.275mph (43 laps)
33. #7 Michael Annett Chevrolet 15.453s (-0.354s) 124.170mph (47 laps)
34. #23 Alex Bowman Toyota 15.504s (-0.405s) 123.762mph (63 laps)
35. #40 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 15.516s (-0.417s) 123.666mph (29 laps)
36. #26 Cole Whitt Toyota 15.516s (-0.417s) 123.666mph (34 laps)
37. #95 Michael McDowell Ford 15.538s (-0.439s) 123.491mph (46 laps)
38. #36 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 15.541s (-0.442s) 123.467mph (33 laps)
39. #98 Josh Wise Chevrolet 15.594s (-0.495s) 123.047mph (23 laps)
40. #30 Parker Kligerman Toyota 15.608s (-0.509s) 122.937mph (36 laps)
41. #83 Ryan Truex Toyota 15.630s (-0.531s) 122.764mph (47 laps)
42. #66 Joe Nemechek Toyota 15.830s (-0.731s) 121.213mph (28 laps)
43. #33 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 15.970s (-0.871s) 120.150mph (39 laps)



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