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Myatt Snider, Stewart Friesen Lead Eldora Truck Series Practices

Myatt Snider and Stewart Friesen led a pair of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practices at Eldora Speedway ahead of Wednesday night’s Dirt Derby 150.

In the first session, just 34 of the 39 trucks entered turned laps. Snider’s fast lap of 91.552 mph led Friesen, who was followed by Snider’s ThorSport Racing teammate Grant Enfinger. Brett Moffitt and 2017 Eldora winner Matt Crafton rounded out the top five.

Chris Windom, who’s making his Truck Series debut was sixth-quickest, followed by Justin Haley. Cody Coughlin and debuting drivers Max McLaughlin and Tyler Dippel rounded out the top 10.

Todd Gilliland ran the most laps (70) in the first session and also topped the speed chart for drivers who ran at least 10 consecutive laps at an average of 90.601 mph.

CWTS ELDORA PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Meanwhile, Friesen posted a considerably slower fast lap of 86.153 mph to lead the second session over Sheldon Creed. Chase Briscoe was third quickest, followed by rookies Snider and Gilliland, who rounded out the top five.

Debuting driver Logan Seavey was sixth, followed by championship points leader Johnny Sauter. Crafton, Dippel and Justin Shipley rounded out the top 10.

In a session where 37 of the 39 entered trucks ran, Snider ran the most laps at 86 and Crafton led the consecutive lap speed charts.

CWTS ELDORA PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Drivers will take to the track to qualify at 4:30 p.m. ET, followed by five heat races and the last chance qualifier to set the field. The Eldora Dirt Derby 150 will run 150 laps at 9 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1.

About Beth Lunkenheimer

Beth Lunkenheimer
Content Director Beth heads up management of our 30-person staff, acting as Tom’s main assistant with technology and personnel while working as Frontstretch’s Truck Series expert. The author of Truckin’ Thursdays and the coordinator of the site’s pre and post-race coverage, she also runs a periodic charity column that spotlights when NASCAR gives back. A childhood transplant to Texas, Beth is a 13-year writing veteran who has contributed content to BRANDT and Athlon Sports, among other outlets.

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