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NASCAR Sprint Cup Atlanta: Saturday practice results

Joey Logano topped the rain-shortened afternoon practice at Atlanta Motor Speedway while Matt Kenseth was quickest in the final evening session.
Practice 3 times

1. Matt Kenseth Toyota 29.450s (Top) 188.251mph (32 laps)
2. Joey Logano Ford 29.510s (-0.060s) 187.869mph (33 laps)
3. Denny Hamlin Toyota 29.629s (-0.179s) 187.114mph (24 laps)
4. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 29.654s (-0.204s) 186.956mph (53 laps)
5. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 29.670s (-0.220s) 186.855mph (40 laps)
6. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 29.685s (-0.235s) 186.761mph (33 laps)
7. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 29.776s (-0.326s) 186.190mph (38 laps)
8. Carl Edwards Ford 29.802s (-0.352s) 186.028mph (31 laps)
9. Brad Keselowski Ford 29.833s (-0.383s) 185.834mph (34 laps)
10. Kyle Busch Toyota 29.840s (-0.390s) 185.791mph (34 laps)
11. Marcos Ambrose Ford 29.895s (-0.445s) 185.449mph (29 laps)
12. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 29.898s (-0.448s) 185.430mph (45 laps)
13. Greg Biffle Ford 29.901s (-0.451s) 185.412mph (30 laps)
14. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 29.937s (-0.487s) 185.189mph (32 laps)
15. Aric Almirola Ford 29.945s (-0.495s) 185.139mph (20 laps)
16. Brian Vickers Toyota 29.947s (-0.497s) 185.127mph (49 laps)
17. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 29.999s (-0.549s) 184.806mph (36 laps)
18. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 30.013s (-0.563s) 184.720mph (48 laps)
19. Paul Menard Chevrolet 30.042s (-0.592s) 184.542mph (40 laps)
20. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 30.052s (-0.602s) 184.480mph (36 laps)
21. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 30.064s (-0.614s) 184.407mph (46 laps)
22. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 30.109s (-0.659s) 184.131mph (32 laps)
23. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 30.217s (-0.767s) 183.473mph (41 laps)
24. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 30.239s (-0.789s) 183.339mph (33 laps)
25. Michael Annett Chev 30.303s (-0.853s) 182.952mph (25 laps)
26. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 30.304s (-0.854s) 182.946mph (32 laps)
27. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 30.330s (-0.880s) 182.789mph (19 laps)
28. Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.401s (-0.951s) 182.362mph (44 laps)
29. Casey Mears Chevrolet 30.430s (-0.980s) 182.189mph (31 laps)
30. David Gilliland Ford 30.439s (-0.989s) 182.135mph (25 laps)
31. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 30.460s (-1.010s) 182.009mph (26 laps)
32. Clint Bowyer Toyota 30.505s (-1.055s) 181.741mph (18 laps)
33. Alex Bowman Toyota 30.514s (-1.064s) 181.687mph (31 laps)
34. David Ragan Ford 30.550s (-1.100s) 181.473mph (44 laps)
35. Ryan Truex Toyota 30.836s (-1.386s) 179.790mph (33 laps)
36. Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 30.858s (-1.408s) 179.662mph (13 laps)
37. Cole Whitt Toyota 30.881s (-1.431s) 179.528mph (27 laps)
38. Josh Wise Chevrolet 30.881s (-1.431s) 179.528mph (22 laps)
39. JJ Yeley Ford 30.882s (-1.432s) 179.522mph (9 laps)
40. Brett Moffitt Toyota 30.969s (-1.519s) 179.018mph (25 laps)
41. Joe Nemechek Ford 31.031s (-1.581s) 178.660mph (22 laps)
42. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 31.255s (-1.805s) 177.380mph (24 laps)

Practice 2 times

1. Joey Logano Ford 29.279s (Top) 189.351mph (27 laps)
2. Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 29.438s (-0.159s) 188.328mph (33 laps)
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 29.514s (-0.235s) 187.843mph (34 laps)
4. Denny Hamlin Toyota 29.583s (-0.304s) 187.405mph (26 laps)
5. Carl Edwards Ford 29.613s (-0.334s) 187.215mph (19 laps)
6. Greg Biffle Ford 29.698s (-0.419s) 186.679mph (31 laps)
7. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 29.759s (-0.480s) 186.297mph (35 laps)
8. Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 29.782s (-0.503s) 186.153mph (36 laps)
9. Ryan Newman Chevrolet 29.801s (-0.522s) 186.034mph (38 laps)
10. Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 29.820s (-0.541s) 185.915mph (28 laps)
11. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 29.834s (-0.555s) 185.828mph (21 laps)
12. Marcos Ambrose Ford 29.834s (-0.555s) 185.828mph (26 laps)
13. Kurt Busch Chevrolet 29.853s (-0.574s) 185.710mph (34 laps)
14. Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet 29.884s (-0.605s) 185.517mph (21 laps)
15. Tony Stewart Chevrolet 29.893s (-0.614s) 185.461mph (38 laps)
16. Danica Patrick Chevrolet 29.940s (-0.661s) 185.170mph (33 laps)
17. Austin Dillon Chevrolet 29.947s (-0.668s) 185.127mph (39 laps)
18. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 29.955s (-0.676s) 185.078mph (46 laps)
19. AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 30.023s (-0.744s) 184.658mph (37 laps)
20. Aric Almirola Ford 30.035s (-0.756s) 184.585mph (26 laps)
21. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 30.057s (-0.778s) 184.450mph (25 laps)
22. Kyle Busch Toyota 30.078s (-0.799s) 184.321mph (38 laps)
23. Clint Bowyer Toyota 30.192s (-0.913s) 183.625mph (34 laps)
24. Paul Menard Chevrolet 30.238s (-0.959s) 183.345mph (27 laps)
25. Brian Vickers Toyota 30.261s (-0.982s) 183.206mph (25 laps)
26. Brad Keselowski Ford 30.276s (-0.997s) 183.115mph (35 laps)
27. Casey Mears Chevrolet 30.352s (-1.073s) 182.657mph (23 laps)
28. Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 30.358s (-1.079s) 182.621mph (24 laps)
29. Matt Kenseth Toyota 30.378s (-1.099s) 182.500mph (31 laps)
30. Alex Bowman Toyota 30.460s (-1.181s) 182.009mph (29 laps)
31. Michael Annett Chev 30.514s (-1.235s) 181.687mph (21 laps)
32. David Ragan Ford 30.606s (-1.327s) 181.141mph (21 laps)
33. Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.617s (-1.338s) 181.076mph (14 laps)
34. David Gilliland Ford 30.793s (-1.514s) 180.041mph (9 laps)
35. Cole Whitt Toyota 30.969s (-1.690s) 179.018mph (12 laps)
36. Brett Moffitt Toyota 31.105s (-1.826s) 178.235mph (12 laps)
37. Joe Nemechek Ford 31.135s (-1.856s) 178.063mph (23 laps)
38. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 31.154s (-1.875s) 177.955mph (24 laps)
39. Josh Wise Chevrolet 31.156s (-1.877s) 177.943mph (21 laps)
40. Mike Bliss Chevrolet 31.186s (-1.907s) 177.772mph (5 laps)
41. JJ Yeley Ford 31.209s (-1.930s) 177.641mph (22 laps)
42. Ryan Truex Toyota 31.410s (-2.131s) 176.504mph (18 laps)
43. Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 31.548s (-2.269s) 175.732mph (21 laps)



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