Suarez Fastest at Bristol in Final Truck Practice

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Daniel Suarez topped the chart in final Camping World Truck Series practice at Bristol Motor Speedway.

The driver of the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 14.820 and a speed of 129.474 mph. Brett Moffitt was second in his No. 11 Red Horse Racing Toyota with a time of 14.860 and a speed of 129.125 mph. William Byron was third in his No. 9 KBM Toyota with a time of 14.861 and a speed of 129.116 mph. Christopher Bell was fourth in his No. 4 KBM Toyota with a time of 14.894 and a speed of 128.830 mph. Cameron Hayley rounded out the top-five in his No. 13 ThorSport Racing Toyota with a time of 14.917 and a speed of 128.632 mph.

Tyler Reddick was sixth in his No. 29 Brad Keselowski Racing Ford. Austin Cindric was seventh in his No. 2 BKR Ford. Rico Abreu was eighth in his No. 98 TSR Toyota. Ben Rhodes was ninth in his No. 41 TSR Toyota. Matt Crafton rounded out the top-10 in his No. 88 TSR Toyota.


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Reddick posted the fastest 10 consecutive lap average at a speed of 124.571 mph.

The top-12 drivers in final practice posted a time faster than the current track record of 15.118 and a speed of 126.922 mph. It came in large part from the trucks running the bottom groove that they avoided running in the first practice session.

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