Greenfield’s truck turned a quick lap of 191.432 mph to be fastest in the opening session. Codie Rohrbaugh (190.634 mph) also turned a surprisingly fast lap to clock in at second. Austin Theriault (190.613 mph), in his return to the Truck Series with Ricky Benton Racing, posted the third quickest lap.
Hill, who replaced defending champion Brett Moffitt at Hattori Racing Enterprises, posted a speed of 192.943 mph to be the fastest in the second practice later in the afternoon.
Kyle Busch Motorsports teammates Christian Eckes (192.943 mph) and Todd Gilliland (192.901 mph) were second and third. David Gilliland (192.860 mph), who drafted with his son Todd, and Gus Dean (192.860 mph) rounded out the top five.
Rookie Harrison Burton (173.994 mph) had mechanical issues in the second session. The team changed engines and finished the session in 38th.
— Harrison Burton (@HBurtonRacing) February 14, 2019
The NextEra Energy Resources 250 will air on Fox Sports 1 on Friday night (Feb. 15) at 7:30 p.m. ET.