Daytona 500: Practice 1 times
<pre> Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- ---------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 48.681 184.877 2. 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 48.777 0.096 0.096 184.513 0.364 0.364 3. 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 48.829 0.052 0.148 184.317 0.196 0.560 4. 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 48.847 0.018 0.166 184.249 0.068 0.628 5. 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 48.852 0.005 0.171 184.230 0.019 0.647 6. 09 Bill Elliott Chevrolet 48.880 0.028 0.199 184.124 0.106 0.753 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 48.910 0.030 0.229 184.011 0.113 0.866 8. 6 David Ragan Ford 48.934 0.024 0.253 183.921 0.090 0.956 9. 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 48.944 0.010 0.263 183.884 0.037 0.993 10. 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 48.957 0.013 0.276 183.835 0.049 1.042 11. 21 Trevor Bayne Ford 49.047 0.090 0.366 183.497 0.338 1.380 12. 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 49.050 0.003 0.369 183.486 0.011 1.391 13. 16 Greg Biffle Ford 49.052 0.002 0.371 183.479 0.007 1.398 14. 36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 49.056 0.004 0.375 183.464 0.015 1.413 15. 99 Carl Edwards Ford 49.066 0.010 0.385 183.426 0.038 1.451 16. 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 49.084 0.018 0.403 183.359 0.067 1.518 17. 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 49.128 0.044 0.447 183.195 0.164 1.682 18. 22 Kurt Busch Dodge 49.141 0.013 0.460 183.146 0.049 1.731 19. 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 49.181 0.040 0.500 182.997 0.149 1.880 20. 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 49.183 0.002 0.502 182.990 0.007 1.887 21. 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 49.192 0.009 0.511 182.957 0.033 1.920 22. 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 49.218 0.026 0.537 182.860 0.097 2.017 23. 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 49.238 0.020 0.557 182.786 0.074 2.091 24. 38 Travis Kvapil Ford 49.239 0.001 0.558 182.782 0.004 2.095 25. 43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 49.241 0.002 0.560 182.775 0.007 2.102 26. 20 Joey Logano Toyota 49.261 0.020 0.580 182.700 0.075 2.177 27. 00 David Reutimann Toyota 49.379 0.118 0.698 182.264 0.436 2.613 28. 4 Kasey Kahne Toyota 49.403 0.024 0.722 182.175 0.089 2.702 29. 13 Casey Mears Toyota 49.432 0.029 0.751 182.068 0.107 2.809 30. 2 Brad Keselowski Dodge 49.455 0.023 0.774 181.984 0.084 2.893 31. 47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 49.515 0.060 0.834 181.763 0.221 3.114 32. 83 Brian Vickers Toyota 49.524 0.009 0.843 181.730 0.033 3.147 33. 60 Todd Bodine Toyota 49.535 0.011 0.854 181.690 0.040 3.187 34. 34 David Gilliland Ford 49.540 0.005 0.859 181.671 0.019 3.206 35. 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 49.548 0.008 0.867 181.642 0.029 3.235 36. 97 Kevin Conway Toyota 49.620 0.072 0.939 181.378 0.264 3.499 37. 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 49.635 0.015 0.954 181.324 0.054 3.553 38. 71 Andy Lally Chevrolet 49.664 0.029 0.983 181.218 0.106 3.659 39. 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 49.669 0.005 0.988 181.199 0.019 3.678 40. 77 Steve Wallace Toyota 49.670 0.001 0.989 181.196 0.003 3.681 41. 7 Robby Gordon Dodge 49.737 0.067 1.056 180.952 0.244 3.925 42. 115 Michael Waltrip Toyota 49.775 0.038 1.094 180.814 0.138 4.063 43. 46 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 49.843 0.068 1.162 180.567 0.247 4.310 44. 37 Robert Richardson Jr. Ford 50.123 0.280 1.442 179.558 1.009 5.319 45. 32 Terry Labonte Ford 50.176 0.053 1.495 179.369 0.189 5.508 46. 66 Michael McDowell Toyota 50.287 0.111 1.606 178.973 0.396 5.904 47. 64 Derrike Cope Toyota 50.782 0.495 2.101 177.228 1.745 7.649 48. 192 Brian Keselowski Dodge 51.097 0.315 2.416 176.136 1.092 8.741 </pre>

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