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Opening practice for the JEGS 200 was won by Friesen, who put the No. 52 Halmar Friesen Racing Chevrolet Silverado atop the leaderboard with a lap of 155.797 mph. He was followed by Johnny Sauter 153.407 mph. Myatt Snider was third, while Todd Gilliland was the highest-ranked Toyota in fourth. Dalton Sargeant rounded out the top five.
27 trucks took part in the session, most of them running double-digit lap totals. Sargeant ran the most laps at 35, while Mike Harmon ran the fewest at two. Harmon’s No. 74 was the slowest vehicle at 141.152 mph.
In the second practice of the day, Brett put his No. 16 Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota in front with a lap of 158.082 mph. He was followed by Noah Gragson in the No. 18 at 156.767 mph and Sauter at 155.353 mph. Todd Gilliand at 154.912 mph and Friesen at 154.599 mph rounded out the top five.
31 trucks hit the track in this session, running the most laps was Moffitt with 45, while Reed Sorenson ran the fewest, two. Slowest in the second session was Norm Benning’s No. 6 at 137.868 mph.
Qualifying for the JEGS 200 will be Friday, May 4, at 1:05 p.m. ET on Fs1, and the race will go green at 5 p.m. ET with TV coverage on FS1.
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