Coming off his first victory of 2019, Reddick led much of the opening session with a lap of 155.918 mph, two-tenths of a second ahead of Cole Custer (154.579 mph), who was second on the board. Reddick comes into the race with a string of six consecutive top-five finishes.
Cindric was quick again in final practice, topping the chart with his No. 22 Team Penske Ford with a lap of 152.749 mph.
33 of 37 cars turned a lap, with Grala running the most at 73. Custer had the best 10-lap average of the 15 cars that turned 10 consecutive laps at 151.101 mph.
The race is scheduled to get underway Saturday at 1:30 p.m. ET. Allgaier is the defending race winner.
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