Daytona 500: Practice 2 times
<pre> Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- ---------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 48.567 185.311 2. 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 48.651 0.084 0.084 184.991 0.320 0.320 3. 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 48.711 0.060 0.144 184.763 0.228 0.548 4. 21 Trevor Bayne Ford 48.711 0.000 0.144 184.763 0.000 0.548 5. 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 48.728 0.017 0.161 184.699 0.064 0.612 6. 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 48.750 0.022 0.183 184.615 0.084 0.696 7. 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 48.769 0.019 0.202 184.544 0.071 0.767 8. 16 Greg Biffle Ford 48.801 0.032 0.234 184.423 0.121 0.888 9. 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 48.833 0.032 0.266 184.302 0.121 1.009 10. 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 48.842 0.009 0.275 184.268 0.034 1.043 11. 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 48.843 0.001 0.276 184.264 0.004 1.047 12. 09 Bill Elliott Chevrolet 48.863 0.020 0.296 184.188 0.076 1.123 13. 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 48.867 0.004 0.300 184.173 0.015 1.138 14. 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 48.929 0.062 0.362 183.940 0.233 1.371 15. 6 David Ragan Ford 48.953 0.024 0.386 183.850 0.090 1.461 16. 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 48.954 0.001 0.387 183.846 0.004 1.465 17. 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford a 48.997 0.043 0.430 183.685 0.161 1.626 18. 22 Kurt Busch Dodge 49.036 0.039 0.469 183.539 0.146 1.772 19. 99 Carl Edwards Ford 49.041 0.005 0.474 183.520 0.019 1.791 20. 36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 49.051 0.010 0.484 183.482 0.038 1.829 21. 2 Brad Keselowski Dodge 49.097 0.046 0.530 183.311 0.171 2.000 22. 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 49.115 0.018 0.548 183.243 0.068 2.068 23. 115 Michael Waltrip Toyota 49.119 0.004 0.552 183.229 0.014 2.082 24. 20 Joey Logano Toyota 49.137 0.018 0.570 183.161 0.068 2.150 25. 38 Travis Kvapil Ford 49.140 0.003 0.573 183.150 0.011 2.161 26. 83 Brian Vickers Toyota 49.193 0.053 0.626 182.953 0.197 2.358 27. 13 Casey Mears Toyota 49.208 0.015 0.641 182.897 0.056 2.414 28. 00 David Reutimann Toyota 49.250 0.042 0.683 182.741 0.156 2.570 29. 4 Kasey Kahne Toyota 49.273 0.023 0.706 182.656 0.085 2.655 30. 43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 49.298 0.025 0.731 182.563 0.093 2.748 31. 47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 49.315 0.017 0.748 182.500 0.063 2.811 32. 34 David Gilliland Ford 49.325 0.010 0.758 182.463 0.037 2.848 33. 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 49.342 0.017 0.775 182.400 0.063 2.911 34. 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 49.369 0.027 0.802 182.301 0.099 3.010 35. 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 49.417 0.048 0.850 182.124 0.177 3.187 36. 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 49.431 0.014 0.864 182.072 0.052 3.239 37. 60 Todd Bodine Toyota 49.498 0.067 0.931 181.826 0.246 3.485 38. 97 Kevin Conway Toyota 49.502 0.004 0.935 181.811 0.015 3.500 39. 77 Steve Wallace Toyota 49.519 0.017 0.952 181.748 0.063 3.563 40. 7 Robby Gordon Dodge 49.649 0.130 1.082 181.273 0.475 4.038 41. 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 49.662 0.013 1.095 181.225 0.048 4.086 42. 71 Andy Lally Chevrolet 49.672 0.010 1.105 181.189 0.036 4.122 43. 46 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 49.679 0.007 1.112 181.163 0.026 4.148 44. 66 Michael McDowell Toyota 49.731 0.052 1.164 180.974 0.189 4.337 45. 37 Robert Richardson Jr. Ford 49.781 0.050 1.214 180.792 0.182 4.519 46. 32 Terry Labonte Ford 49.904 0.123 1.337 180.346 0.446 4.965 47. 192 Brian Keselowski Dodge 50.964 1.060 2.397 176.595 3.751 8.716 </pre>

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