Martinsville II: Practice 1 times

Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- ---------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 19.412 ...

Martinsville II: Practice 1 times
 Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- ---------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 19.412 97.548 2. 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 19.437 0.025 0.025 97.422 0.126 0.126 3. 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 19.459 0.022 0.047 97.312 0.110 0.236 4. 16 Greg Biffle Ford 19.481 0.022 0.069 97.202 0.110 0.346 5. 00 David Reutimann Toyota 19.487 0.006 0.075 97.173 0.029 0.375 6. 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 19.491 0.004 0.079 97.152 0.021 0.396 7. 6 David Ragan Ford 19.498 0.007 0.086 97.118 0.034 0.430 8. 43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 19.511 0.013 0.099 97.053 0.065 0.495 9. 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 19.511 0.000 0.099 97.053 0.000 0.495 10. 20 Joey Logano Toyota 19.532 0.021 0.120 96.949 0.104 0.599 11. 77 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 19.542 0.010 0.130 96.899 0.050 0.649 12. 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 19.551 0.009 0.139 96.854 0.045 0.694 13. 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 19.559 0.008 0.147 96.815 0.039 0.733 14. 47 Marcos Ambrose Toyota 19.564 0.005 0.152 96.790 0.025 0.758 15. 99 Carl Edwards Ford 19.575 0.011 0.163 96.736 0.054 0.812 16. 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 19.580 0.005 0.168 96.711 0.025 0.837 17. 82 Scott Speed Toyota 19.583 0.003 0.171 96.696 0.015 0.852 18. 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 19.585 0.002 0.173 96.686 0.010 0.862 19. 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 19.585 0.000 0.173 96.686 0.000 0.862 20. 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 19.588 0.003 0.176 96.671 0.015 0.877 21. 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 19.600 0.012 0.188 96.612 0.059 0.936 22. 98 Paul Menard Ford 19.605 0.005 0.193 96.588 0.024 0.960 23. 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 19.612 0.007 0.200 96.553 0.035 0.995 24. 09 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 19.629 0.017 0.217 96.469 0.084 1.079 25. 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 19.643 0.014 0.231 96.401 0.068 1.147 26. 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 19.645 0.002 0.233 96.391 0.010 1.157 27. 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 19.647 0.002 0.235 96.381 0.010 1.167 28. 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 19.657 0.010 0.245 96.332 0.049 1.216 29. 83 Kasey Kahne Toyota 19.676 0.019 0.264 96.239 0.093 1.309 30. 13 Casey Mears Toyota 19.678 0.002 0.266 96.229 0.010 1.319 31. 38 Travis Kvapil Ford 19.699 0.021 0.287 96.127 0.102 1.421 32. 37 David Gilliland Ford 19.733 0.034 0.321 95.961 0.166 1.587 33. 12 Brad Keselowski Dodge 19.733 0.000 0.321 95.961 0.000 1.587 34. 36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 19.744 0.011 0.332 95.908 0.053 1.640 35. 19 Elliott Sadler Ford 19.745 0.001 0.333 95.903 0.005 1.645 36. 9 Aric Almirola Ford 19.750 0.005 0.338 95.879 0.024 1.669 37. 34 Tony Raines Ford 19.819 0.069 0.407 95.545 0.334 2.003 38. 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 19.823 0.004 0.411 95.525 0.020 2.023 39. 207 Robby Gordon Toyota 19.850 0.027 0.438 95.396 0.129 2.152 40. 71 Hermie Sadler Chevrolet 19.862 0.012 0.450 95.338 0.058 2.210 41. 55 Terry Cook* Toyota 19.893 0.031 0.481 95.189 0.149 2.359 42. 26 Ken Schrader Ford 19.911 0.018 0.499 95.103 0.086 2.445 43. 46 Michael McDowell Chevrolet 19.949 0.038 0.537 94.922 0.181 2.626 44. 192 Dennis Setzer Dodge 19.964 0.015 0.552 94.851 0.071 2.697 45. 164 Landon Cassill Toyota 19.993 0.029 0.581 94.713 0.138 2.835 46. 81 J.J. Yeley Dodge 20.022 0.029 0.610 94.576 0.137 2.972 47. 81 Scott Riggs Chevrolet 20.124 0.102 0.712 94.097 0.479 3.451 48. 7 Kevin Conway* Toyota 20.145 0.021 0.733 93.998 0.099 3.550 

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