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It’s playoff time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and the first stop on the run for the title stops at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park as the trucks took to the road course for final practice before qualifying for Sunday’s race later this evening.
Noah Gragson is looking for a strong run in pursuit of his first NCWTS championship, and he ended the first practice session at the top of the leader boards with a speed of 109.852 mph over Matt Crafton (109.269 mph) in second and Todd Gilliland (109.200 mph) in third.
John Hunter Nemechek ended up in fourth and Ben Rhodes was the fifth fastest truck in practice one.
Harrison Burton was sixth ahead of Brett Moffitt, Stewart Friesen, Timothy Peters and Justin Haley to round out the top 10.
Teams concentrated on short runs on the Canadian circuit in the first session; none of the top 10 cars ran more than eight laps with Grant Enfinger and Myatt Snider being the only drivers running more than 10 laps in the opening session.
Practice two had teams working on long run conditions. Haley (110.467 mph) led the final session over Gilliland (110.161 mph) and Nemechek (110.131 mph). Moffitt and Friesen rounded out the top five.
Qualifying at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park is set to begin at 6 p.m. ET.