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New Hampshire: Sprint Cup Saturday practice results

Brad Keselowski topped both Sprint Cup practice sessions on Saturday, while a hard hit for Aric Almirola sends last week's race winner to a backup car.
Practice 3 times

1. Brad Keselowski Ford 28.583s (Top) 133.254mph (45 laps)
2. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 28.687s (-0.104s) 132.771mph (37 laps)
3. Denny Hamlin Toyota 28.694s (-0.111s) 132.739mph (35 laps)
4. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 28.740s (-0.157s) 132.526mph (42 laps)
5. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 28.743s (-0.160s) 132.512mph (44 laps)
6. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 28.746s (-0.163s) 132.498mph (53 laps)
7. Carl Edwards Ford 28.767s (-0.184s) 132.402mph (34 laps)
8. Kyle Busch Toyota 28.774s (-0.191s) 132.370mph (47 laps)
9. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 28.783s (-0.200s) 132.328mph (45 laps)
10. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 28.798s (-0.215s) 132.259mph (34 laps)
11. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 28.805s (-0.222s) 132.227mph (39 laps)
12. Paul Menard Chevrolet 28.816s (-0.233s) 132.177mph (45 laps)
13. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 28.819s (-0.236s) 132.163mph (37 laps)
14. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 28.823s (-0.240s) 132.144mph (45 laps)
15. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 28.847s (-0.264s) 132.035mph (44 laps)
16. Clint Bowyer Toyota 28.867s (-0.284s) 131.943mph (39 laps)
17. Jeff Burton Toyota 28.867s (-0.284s) 131.943mph (39 laps)
18. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 28.870s (-0.287s) 131.929mph (44 laps)
19. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 28.876s (-0.293s) 131.902mph (28 laps)
20. Matt Kenseth Toyota 28.887s (-0.304s) 131.852mph (29 laps)
21. Joey Logano Ford 28.895s (-0.312s) 131.815mph (40 laps)
22. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 28.910s (-0.327s) 131.747mph (41 laps)
23. Greg Biffle Ford 28.926s (-0.343s) 131.674mph (30 laps)
24. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 28.934s (-0.351s) 131.638mph (40 laps)
25. Brian Vickers Toyota 28.935s (-0.352s) 131.633mph (50 laps)
26. Marcos Ambrose Ford 28.969s (-0.386s) 131.478mph (39 laps)
27. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 29.021s (-0.438s) 131.243mph (39 laps)
28. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 29.028s (-0.445s) 131.211mph (27 laps)
29. David Ragan Ford 29.065s (-0.482s) 131.044mph (33 laps)
30. Michael Annett Chevrolet 29.098s (-0.515s) 130.896mph (33 laps)
31. Aric Almirola Ford 29.140s (-0.557s) 130.707mph (25 laps)
32. Josh Wise Chevrolet 29.177s (-0.594s) 130.541mph (35 laps)
33. Casey Mears Chevrolet 29.202s (-0.619s) 130.429mph (28 laps)
34. Cole Whitt Toyota 29.253s (-0.670s) 130.202mph (29 laps)
35. David Gilliland Ford 29.256s (-0.673s) 130.189mph (26 laps)
36. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 29.260s (-0.677s) 130.171mph (26 laps)
37. Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 29.268s (-0.685s) 130.135mph (32 laps)
38. Alex Bowman Toyota 29.292s (-0.709s) 130.029mph (38 laps)
39. Ryan Truex Toyota 29.528s (-0.945s) 128.989mph (14 laps)
40. Eddie MacDonald Ford 29.800s (-1.217s) 127.812mph (42 laps)
41. Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 29.829s (-1.246s) 127.688mph (23 laps)
42. Timmy Hill Toyota 30.107s (-1.524s) 126.509mph (4 laps)

Practice 2 times

1. Brad Keselowski Ford 28.478s (Top) 133.745mph (15 laps)
2. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 28.619s (-0.141s) 133.086mph (32 laps)
3. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 28.630s (-0.152s) 133.035mph (24 laps)
4. Denny Hamlin Toyota 28.659s (-0.181s) 132.901mph (24 laps)
5. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 28.666s (-0.188s) 132.868mph (28 laps)
6. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 28.667s (-0.189s) 132.864mph (22 laps)
7. Joey Logano Ford 28.706s (-0.228s) 132.683mph (25 laps)
8. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 28.709s (-0.231s) 132.669mph (25 laps)
9. Paul Menard Chevrolet 28.720s (-0.242s) 132.618mph (21 laps)
10. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 28.730s (-0.252s) 132.572mph (23 laps)
11. Matt Kenseth Toyota 28.730s (-0.252s) 132.572mph (30 laps)
12. Carl Edwards Ford 28.731s (-0.253s) 132.568mph (24 laps)
13. Brian Vickers Toyota 28.750s (-0.272s) 132.480mph (31 laps)
14. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 28.785s (-0.307s) 132.319mph (33 laps)
15. Jeff Burton Toyota 28.787s (-0.309s) 132.310mph (31 laps)
16. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 28.790s (-0.312s) 132.296mph (33 laps)
17. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 28.802s (-0.324s) 132.241mph (33 laps)
18. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 28.810s (-0.332s) 132.204mph (19 laps)
19. Kyle Busch Toyota 28.820s (-0.342s) 132.158mph (19 laps)
20. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 28.823s (-0.345s) 132.144mph (29 laps)
21. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 28.824s (-0.346s) 132.140mph (22 laps)
22. Clint Bowyer Toyota 28.839s (-0.361s) 132.071mph (20 laps)
23. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 28.844s (-0.366s) 132.048mph (23 laps)
24. Marcos Ambrose Ford 28.884s (-0.406s) 131.865mph (19 laps)
25. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 28.886s (-0.408s) 131.856mph (33 laps)
26. Aric Almirola Ford 28.946s (-0.468s) 131.583mph (14 laps)
27. Greg Biffle Ford 29.013s (-0.535s) 131.279mph (18 laps)
28. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 29.021s (-0.543s) 131.243mph (46 laps)
29. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 29.058s (-0.580s) 131.076mph (21 laps)
30. David Gilliland Ford 29.098s (-0.620s) 130.896mph (24 laps)
31. David Ragan Ford 29.133s (-0.655s) 130.738mph (23 laps)
32. Alex Bowman Toyota 29.166s (-0.688s) 130.590mph (23 laps)
33. Josh Wise Chevrolet 29.208s (-0.730s) 130.403mph (20 laps)
34. Casey Mears Chevrolet 29.272s (-0.794s) 130.118mph (17 laps)
35. Ryan Truex Toyota 29.302s (-0.824s) 129.984mph (13 laps)
36. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 29.418s (-0.940s) 129.472mph (14 laps)
37. Michael Annett Chevrolet 29.422s (-0.944s) 129.454mph (16 laps)
38. Cole Whitt Toyota 29.429s (-0.951s) 129.423mph (14 laps)
39. Eddie MacDonald Ford 29.740s (-1.262s) 128.070mph (31 laps)
40. Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 29.894s (-1.416s) 127.410mph (20 laps)



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