Brad Keselowki only turned three laps in practice for the History 300 at Charlotte, but his second lap was the fastest among the 42 cars who took times. Keselowski’s lap took 30.061 seconds which is a speed of 179.635 mph. Kevin Harvick was the runner-up on the sheet, clocking in at 30.072 seconds for a speed of 179.569 mph. Point leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr. turned a best lap of 30.083 seconds which equates to a speed of 179.503 mph. Fourth fastest, and just .006 seconds slower than Stenhouse, was Cole Whitt. Whitt ran around the mile and a half of Charlotte Motor Speedway in 30.089 seconds at 179.468 mph. Rounding out the top five in the first practice session was Joey Logano who laid down a lap of 30.206 seconds or 178.772 mph.
Final practice for the Nationwide Series will take place at 5:10 Thursday evening.
For full practice results, “click here.”:https://frontstretch.com/files/NNS%20Practice%201%20Charlotte.pdf
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