A pair of Hendrick Motorsports cars showed up in final practice for Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Kyle Larson leapt to the top of the time sheets during final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice Friday afternoon at Richmond Raceway.
Blake Koch led the way during Friday morning’s sole NASCAR XFINITY Series practice session at Richmond Int’l Raceway, taking Kaulig Racing to the top of the charts ahead of the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 (7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, MRN, SiriusXM).
Making just his third-career NASCAR XFINITY Series start, Australian James Davison led the way in final practice for the Johnsonville 180 Saturday afternoon at Road America.
Jason Blonde returned to the top of the speed charts during an abbreviated Must See Racing Sprint Car Series final practice Friday evening at Birch Run Speedway and Event Center.
In search of their first Bristol Motor Speedway win since Elliott Sadler’s historic upset in 2001, the legendary Wood Brothers topped the speed charts during final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice on Friday afternoon.
Brian Gerster leapt to the top of the board in final Must See Racing Sprint Car Series practice at Anderson Speedway on Saturday evening, as he seeks to end his long winless drought at the quarter-mile bullring.
Defending Eldora Dirt Derby fast qualifier Caleb Holman found his way back to the top of the speed charts on Tuesday night, leading the way in final practice for the midsummer special at Eldora Speedway.
Ryan Gillenwater stalled the McCune Express, if only briefly, during final practice for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series’ inaugural appearance at Midvale Speedway on Saturday.
After scoring the Coors Light Pole for Saturday’s XFINITY race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch didn’t slow down at all.
Two-time defending Must See Racing Sprint Car Series champion Jimmy McCune lowered the boom in final practice for the Firecracker 50 at Owosso Speedway, posting the fastest lap of the day so far ahead of Abe’s Auto Parts Time Trials.
Florida native Ray Black Jr. led an uneventful final XFINITY Series practice Thursday at Daytona Int’l Speedway.