Rockingham II practice one times

Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- -------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 12 Ryan Newman* Ford 23.744 ...

Rockingham II practice one times
 Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st --- ---- -------------------- --------- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------- ------- 1. 12 Ryan Newman* Ford 23.744 154.195 2. 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 23.867 0.123 0.123 153.400 0.795 0.795 3. 19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge 23.874 0.007 0.130 153.355 0.045 0.840 4. 4 Mike Skinner Chevrolet 23.912 0.038 0.168 153.111 0.244 1.084 5. 40 Jamie McMurray Dodge 23.917 0.005 0.173 153.079 0.032 1.116 6. 9 Bill Elliott Dodge 23.924 0.007 0.180 153.035 0.044 1.160 7. 44 Greg Biffle Dodge 23.933 0.009 0.189 152.977 0.058 1.218 8. 55 Bobby Hamilton Chevrolet 23.937 0.004 0.193 152.951 0.026 1.244 9. 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 23.973 0.036 0.229 152.722 0.229 1.473 10. 20 Tony Stewart Pontiac 23.975 0.002 0.231 152.709 0.013 1.486 11. 36 Ken Schrader Pontiac 23.992 0.017 0.248 152.601 0.108 1.594 12. 97 Kurt Busch Ford 24.010 0.018 0.266 152.486 0.115 1.709 13. 41 Jimmy Spencer Dodge 24.013 0.003 0.269 152.467 0.019 1.728 14. 18 Bobby Labonte Pontiac 24.020 0.007 0.276 152.423 0.044 1.772 15. 48 Jimmie Johnson* Chevrolet 24.029 0.009 0.285 152.366 0.057 1.829 16. 30 Jeff Green Chevrolet 24.039 0.010 0.295 152.303 0.063 1.892 17. 6 Mark Martin Ford 24.039 0.000 0.295 152.303 0.000 1.892 18. 2 Rusty Wallace Ford 24.042 0.003 0.298 152.284 0.019 1.911 19. 10 Johnny Benson Pontiac 24.048 0.006 0.304 152.246 0.038 1.949 20. 25 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet 24.049 0.001 0.305 152.239 0.007 1.956 21. 43 John Andretti Dodge 24.051 0.002 0.307 152.227 0.012 1.968 22. 191 Hank Parker, Jr Dodge 24.075 0.024 0.331 152.075 0.152 2.120 23. 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 24.076 0.001 0.332 152.068 0.007 2.127 24. 32 Ricky Craven Ford 24.080 0.004 0.336 152.043 0.025 2.152 25. 23 Kenny Wallace Dodge 24.081 0.001 0.337 152.037 0.006 2.158 26. 31 Robby Gordon Chevrolet 24.099 0.018 0.355 151.923 0.114 2.272 27. 99 Jeff Burton Ford 24.100 0.001 0.356 151.917 0.006 2.278 28. 26 Todd Bodine Ford 24.105 0.005 0.361 151.886 0.031 2.309 29. 7 Casey Atwood Dodge 24.123 0.018 0.379 151.772 0.114 2.423 30. 22 Ward Burton Dodge 24.124 0.001 0.380 151.766 0.006 2.429 31. 28 Ricky Rudd Ford 24.136  0.012 0.392 151.690 0.076 2.505 32. 1 Steve Park Chevrolet 24.140 0.004 0.396 151.665 0.025 2.530 33. 160 Jack Sprague Chevrolet 24.148 0.008 0.404 151.615 0.050 2.580 34. 45 Kyle Petty Dodge 24.181 0.033 0.437 151.408 0.207 2.787 35. 88 Dale Jarrett Ford 24.183 0.002 0.439 151.396 0.012 2.799 36. 21 Elliott Sadler Ford 24.192 0.009 0.448 151.339 0.057 2.856 37. 14 Mike Wallace Pontiac 24.219 0.027 0.475 151.171 0.168 3.024 38. 77 Dave Blaney Ford 24.225 0.006 0.481 151.133 0.038 3.062 39. 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 24.259 0.034 0.515 150.921 0.212 3.274 40. 74 Tony Raines Chevrolet 24.259 0.000 0.515 150.921 0.000 3.274 41. 15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet 24.270 0.011 0.526 150.853 0.068 3.342 42. 11 Brett Bodine Ford 24.337 0.067 0.593 150.438 0.415 3.757 43. 5 Terry Labonte Chevrolet 24.352 0.015 0.608 150.345 0.093 3.850 44. 259 Carl Long* Dodge 24.403 0.051 0.659 150.031 0.314 4.164 45. 02 Hermie Sadler Chevrolet 24.405 0.002 0.661 150.018 0.013 4.177 46. 154 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 24.431 0.026 0.687 149.859 0.159 4.336 47. 71 Tim Sauter Chevrolet 24.554 0.123 0.810 149.108 0.751 5.087 48. 66 Hideo Fukuyama Ford 24.717 0.163 0.973 148.125 0.983 6.070 

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