Fort Worth, Texas- The NO. 18 M&M’s Toyota driven by Kyle Busch is still atop of the speed-charts for final practice. Busch led the second practice session with a time of 28.537 and a speed of 189.228, his final practice was.. Busch’s first practice time was 28.269 and a speed of 191.022. Busch has defiantly improved since his qualifying; he qualified twenty-ninth and is in the fifteenth row.
Here is how the rest of the drives in the Chase finished in the final practice session. Kurt Busch driver of the NO.2 Operation Home Front/Miller Lite Dodge currently ninth in points, was fourth in the final session with a time of 28.899. Jeff Gordon driver of the NO.24 Dupont Chevrolet currently fourth in points finished ninth in the final session with a time of 28.997 .Jimmie Johnson driver of the NO.48 Lowes Chevrolet currently leading the points finished tenth in the final session with a time of 29.029. Carl Edwards driver of the NO.99 Aflac Ford who is sitting sixth in points finished the final session fourteenth in points with a time of 29.098. These are the top-five final practice speed drives that are in the Chase.
Here is where the rest of the drivers in the Chase finished for the final practice session. Tony Stewart driver of the NO.14 Office Depot/Old Spice Chevrolet currently seventh in points finished the session in seventeenth with a time of 29.130. Greg Biffle, driver of the NO. 16 American Red Cross Frod currently eleventh in points finished the session in eighteenth with a time of 29.135. Kevin Harvick, driver of the NO. 29 Shell/Penzoil Chevrolet currently third in points finished the session in twentieth with a time of 29.146. Deny Hamlin driver of the NO. 11 FedEx Office Toyota currently second in points finished the session in 29.187.
Clint Bowyer driver, of the NO.33 Cheerios/Hamburger Helper Chevrolet currently twelfth in points finished the session in 29.261. Matt Kenseth, driver of the NO. 17 Crown Royal Black Ford currently eighth in points finished in thirty-first with a time of 29.331. Jeff Burton driver of the NO.31 Caterpillar Chevrolet currently tenth in points finished the session in thirty-fifth with a time of 29.423.
Other NSCS notables not in the case; Elliot Sadler pole sitter driver of the 19 Stanley ford had a time of 28.981. Mark Martin driver of the 5 Carquest/GoDaddy.com Chevrolet had a time of 29.102. Jamie McMurry driver of the 1 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet had a time of 29.198. Dale Earnhardt Jr. driver of the 88 National Guard/ AMP Energy Chevrolet had a time of 29.317.