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Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- -------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 81 John Andretti Chevrolet 49.259 ...

Indianapolis practice one times
 Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- -------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 81 John Andretti Chevrolet 49.259 182.708 2. 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 49.276 0.017 0.017 182.645 0.063 0.063 3. 25 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet 49.617 0.341 0.358 181.389 1.256 1.319 4. 77 Dave Blaney Ford 49.683 0.066 0.424 181.148 0.241 1.560 5. 15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet 49.695 0.012 0.436 181.105 0.043 1.603 6. 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 49.705 0.010 0.446 181.068 0.037 1.640 7. 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 49.714 0.009 0.455 181.036 0.032 1.672 8. 31 Robby Gordon Chevrolet 49.735 0.021 0.476 180.959 0.077 1.749 9. 20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet  49.743 0.008 0.484 180.930 0.029 1.778 10. 40 Sterling Marlin Dodge 49.835 0.092 0.576 180.596 0.334 2.112 11. 18 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 49.854 0.019 0.595 180.527 0.069 2.181 12. 01 Mike Skinner Pontiac 49.863 0.009 0.604 180.495 0.032 2.213 13. 19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge 49.873 0.010 0.614 180.458 0.037 2.250 14. 2 Rusty Wallace Dodge 49.927 0.054 0.668 180.263 0.195 2.445 15. 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 49.931 0.004 0.672 180.249 0.014 2.459 16. 07 Ted Musgrave Dodge 49.957 0.026 0.698 180.155 0.094 2.553 17. 16 Greg Biffle* Ford 49.973 0.016 0.714 180.097 0.058 2.611 18. 38 Elliott Sadler Ford 50.008 0.035 0.749 179.971 0.126 2.737 19. 9 Bill Elliott Dodge 50.065 0.057 0.806 179.766 0.205 2.942 20. 97 Kurt Busch Ford 50.077 0.012 0.818 179.723 0.043 2.985 21. 22 Ward Burton Dodge 50.102 0.025 0.843 179.633 0.090 3.075 22. 191 Casey Atwood Dodge 50.118 0.016 0.859 179.576 0.057 3.132 23. 30 Steve Park Chevrolet 50.171 0.053 0.912 179.387 0.189 3.321 24. 74 Tony Raines* Chevrolet 50.200 0.029 0.941 179.283 0.104 3.425 25. 10 Johnny Benson Pontiac 50.217 0.017 0.958 179.222 0.061 3.486 26. 1 Jeff Green Chevrolet 50.258 0.041 0.999 179.076 0.146 3.632 27. 42 Jamie McMurray* Dodge 50.265 0.007 1.006 179.051 0.025 3.657 28. 154 Todd Bodine Ford 50.287 0.022 1.028 178.973 0.078 3.735 29. 79 Billy Bigley Dodge 50.345 0.058 1.086 178.766 0.207 3.942 30. 12 Ryan Newman Dodge 50.373 0.028 1.114 178.667 0.099 4.041 31. 23 Kenny Wallace Dodge 50.395 0.022 1.136 178.589 0.078 4.119 32. 49 Ken Schrader Dodge 50.477 0.082 1.218 178.299 0.290 4.409 33. 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 50.486 0.009 1.227 178.267 0.032 4.441 34. 88 Dale Jarrett Ford 50.489 0.003 1.230 178.257 0.010 4.451 35. 99 Jeff Burton Ford 50.535 0.046 1.276 178.094 0.163 4.614 36. 6 Mark Martin Ford 50.544 0.009 1.285 178.063 0.031 4.645 37. 32 Ricky Craven Pontiac 50.557 0.013 1.298 178.017 0.046 4.691 38. 5 Terry Labonte Chevrolet 50.581 0.024 1.322 177.932 0.085 4.776 39. 7 Jimmy Spencer Dodge 50.605 0.024 1.346 177.848 0.084 4.860 40. 41 Casey Mears* Dodge 50.645 0.040 1.386 177.708 0.140 5.000 41. 57 Kevin Lepage Ford 50.651 0.006 1.392 177.686 0.022 5.022 42. 71 Jim Sauter Chevrolet 50.700 0.049 1.441 177.515 0.171 5.193 43. 11 Brett Bodine Ford 50.709 0.009 1.450 177.483 0.032 5.225 44. 14 Larry Foyt* Dodge 50.724 0.015 1.465 177.431 0.052 5.277 45. 21 Ricky Rudd Ford 50.747 0.023 1.488 177.350 0.081 5.358 46. 104 David Reutimann Pontiac 50.885 0.138 1.626 176.869 0.481 5.839 47. 4 Robert Pressley Pontiac 50.886 0.001 1.627 176.866 0.003 5.842 48. 37 Derrike Cope Chevrolet 50.909 0.023 1.650 176.786 0.080 5.922 49. 02 Hermie Sadler Pontiac 51.010 0.101 1.751 176.436 0.350 6.272 50. 43 Christian Fittipaldi Dodge 51.215 0.205 1.956 175.730 0.706 6.978 51. 0 Jason Leffler Pontiac 51.345 0.130 2.086 175.285 0.445 7.423 52. 45 Kyle Petty Dodge 51.373 0.028 2.114 175.189 0.096 7.519 

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