Grant Enfinger Tops Final Truck Practice

HAMPTON, Ga.– In case you missed it, Grant Enfinger topped the chart in final Camping World Truck Series practice.

The driver of the No. 33 GMS Racing Chevrolet was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 31.011 and a speed of 178.775 mph. Matt Crafton was second in his No. 88 ThorSport Racing Toyota with a time of 31.146 and a speed of 178.000 mph. Christopher Bell was third in his No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota with a time of 31.157 and a speed of 177.938 mph. Spencer Gallagher was fourth in his No. 23 GMS Racing Chevrolet with a time of 31.202 and a speed of 177.681 mph. Cole Custer rounded out the top-five in his No. 00 JR Motorsports Chevrolet with a time of 31.210 and a speed of 177.635 mph.

Ben Kennedy was sixth in his No. 11 Red Horse Racing Toyota. Ben Rhodes was seventh in his No. 41 TSR Toyota. William Byron was eighth in his No. 9 KBM Toyota. Cameron Hayley was ninth in his No. 13 TSR Toyota. Ryan Truex rounded out the top-10 in his No. 81 Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota.


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Crafton posted the fastest 10 consecutive lap average at a speed of 176.163 mph. Daniel Suárez, who was 13th in his No. 51 KBM Toyota, posted a speed of 175.627 mph.

The Trucks will be back on track Saturday at 10 a.m. for qualifying.

NCWTS – Complete Final Practice Results:

Pos. Car # Driver Best Speed Best Time
1 33 Grant Enfinger 178.775 31.011
2 88 Matt Crafton 178 31.146
3 4 Christopher Bell 177.938 31.157
4 23 Spencer Gallagher 177.681 31.202
5 0 Cole Custer 177.635 31.21
6 11 Ben Kennedy 177.607 31.215
7 41 Ben Rhodes 177.596 31.217
8 9 William Byron 177.215 31.284
9 13 Cameron Hayley 177.142 31.297
10 81 Ryan Truex 176.961 31.329
11 20 Austin Hill 176.69 31.377
12 17 Timothy Peters 176.684 31.378
13 51 Daniel Suarez 176.639 31.386
14 19 Daniel Hemric 176.487 31.413
15 75 Caleb Holman 176.341 31.439
16 8 John Hunter Nemechek 176.308 31.445
17 92 Parker Kligerman 176.257 31.454
18 29 Tyler Reddick 175.805 31.535
19 5 John Wes Townley 175.799 31.536
20 22 Austin Wayne Self 174.57 31.758
21 98 Rico Abreu 174.455 31.779
22 32 Justin Marks 174.066 31.85
23 21 Johnny Sauter 173.478 31.958
24 86 Brandon Brown 172.958 32.054
25 2 Tyler Young 172.56 32.128
26 71 Carlos Contreras 171.843 32.262
27 66 Jordan Anderson 171.577 32.312
28 44 Tommy Joe Martins 170.969 32.427
29 1 Travis Kvapil 170.579 32.501
30 49 Timmy Hill 170.223 32.569
31 63 Garrett Smithley 169.205 32.765
32 59 Korbin Forrister 168.747 32.854
33 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb 166.832 33.231
34 50 Ryan Ellis 165.869 33.424
35 6 Norm Benning 164.174 33.769
36 74 Timothy Viens 159.76 34.702


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