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Kyle Larson (#5 Chevrolet Camaro) had the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in the Cup Series final practice for Sunday's Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway.
The average speed of 157.488 mph was best of the 20 cars that ran at least 10 consecutive laps on the track for this practice session. #42 Ross Chastain (156.892 mph), #4 4 Kevin Harvick (156.623 mph), #8 Tyler Reddick (156.571 mph) and 39 Chase Elliott (156.570 mph) are the rest of the top-five on this list.
Added Yesterday 3:39 pm (EST)
William Byron (#24 Chevrolet Camaro) topped the speed chart in the Final Practice session for Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway.
He ran a fast lap of 161.082 mph. #5 Kyle Larson, #9 Chase Elliott, #47 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and #8 Tyler Reddick round out the top-five of the 39 cars out on the track. The #15 Chevrolet Camaro, driven Joey Gase, was the slowest.
Added Yesterday 2:04 pm (EST)
Cup Series regular Kyle Busch (#54 Toyota Supra) won the Pole Award for the Tennessee Lottery 250 with a lap of 30.42 seconds, 157.396 mph.
This is his 70th pole in 360 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) races. It is his 2nd pole and 2nd top-10 NXS start in 2021. It is his 3rd pole in 11 NXS races at Nashville Superspeedway. Austin Cindric (2nd) posted his 14th top-10 start of 2021. Harrison Burton (3rd) posted his 12th top-10 start in 15 races this season. Jade Buford (9th) was the fastest qualifying rookie.
Added Yesterday 2:02 pm (EST)
Cup Series regular Ryan Preece (#17 Ford F-150) won the Inaugural Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway, his 1st victory in his 1st NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NTS) race.
He is the 5th driver to win an NTS race in his 1st start joining Mike Skinner (Phoenix, 1995), Robert Pressley (Daytona, 2002), Kasey Kahne (Darlington, 2004) and Ryan Newman (Atlanta, 2008). Todd Gilliland (2nd) posted his 8th top-10 finish in 2021. Grant Enfinger (3rd) posted his 7th top-10 finish in 11 races this season. Chandler Smith (13th) was the highest finishing ROTY contender. Polesitter Derek Kraus led 48 laps, crashed on lap 110 of 150 run and was credited with a 35th place DNF. John Hunter Nemechek leads the point standings by 70 points over Ben Rhodes.
Added Jun 18 10:21 pm (EST)
Cup Series regular Kyle Busch, driving the #54 Toyota Supra, led the lone practice session for Saturday's XFINITY Series Tennessee Lottery 250 at Nashville Superspeedway.
A lap of 155.728 mph was the quickest of the 42 cars running in this session. #20 Harrison Burton, #16 AJ Allmendinger, #18 Daniel Hemric and #22 Austin Cindric are the rest of the top-5 on the speed chart. Natalie Decker (#23 Camaro) was the slowest. Busch also had a 10-lap average speed of 153.479 mph. This was the best of the 11 cars running at least 10 consecutive laps.
Added Jun 18 8:16 pm (EST)
Only five of the 43 drivers entered for Friday night’s Rackley Roofing 200 have prior NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NTS) experience at the Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, Tenn.
At NTS tracks classified as a speedway, Spencer Boyd (#20 Chevrolet Silverado) has made 36 starts throughout his career, carrying an average finish of 23.9. Entering Nashville, Boyd sits 25th in the championship standings, locking the same position from Charlotte. Just 22 points separate Boyd from 20th in the championship standings currently held by Chase Purdy with 11 races remaining this season.-Young’s Motorsports
Added Jun 17 11:27 pm (EST)
Hattori Racing Enterprises announced the team will once again compete in select NASCAR Xfinity Series events this year beginning with this week’s return to Nashville Superspeedway.
Austin Hill will pilot the #61 Toyota Supra in all six of the team’s scheduled races. Following Hill’s first outing at Nashville, he will wheel the #61 Supra at Pocono Raceway (June 27th), Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course (August 14th), Michigan International Speedway (August 21st), Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL (Oct. 9th), and Texas Motor Speedway (Oct. 16th)-Hattori Racing Enterprises
Added Jun 17 10:49 pm (EST)
Chris Buescher will turn his first competitive laps at Nashville Superspeedway this weekend. His time in the Xfinity Series came after the track’s stretch of events.
Buescher will get his first look Saturday afternoon for the NASCAR CUP Series lone practice session at 2:05 p.m. ET (NBCSN, MRN), with qualifying set for 11:05 a.m. ET Sunday morning (NBCSN, MRN). With Dover a close comparison to Nashville Superspeedway, Buescher has 15 combined starts at the concrete 1-mile track, with one win in the NXS (2015).-Roush Fenway Racing
Added Jun 17 10:45 pm (EST)