Sauter put his GMS Racing Chevrolet on top of the leaderboard in the first practice with a top speed of 175.718 mph.
Noah Gragson and Crafton were the only drivers in the first practice to run 10 consecutive laps, with Gragson averaging 172.209 mph to lead that category.
Crafton and Herbst ran the most laps of any driver at 26 apiece.
32 of the 36 entries participated in the practice session.
In the second practice, Herbst’s top speed of 176.534 mph put him on top of the leaderboard.
In second was Justin Haley at 176.074 mph, while teammates Crafton and Snider were third and fourth fastest at 176.005 and 175.947 mph, respectively.
Rounding out the top five was Gragson with a speed of 175.936 mph.
Sauter ran the most laps at 44, and 35 trucks of the 36 entries participated in this practice session.
The World of Westgate 200 will be Friday, Sept. 14 at 9 p.m. ET, with TV coverage on Fox Sports 1