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Nashville Superspeedway was the site of Ryan Preece‘s first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win last summer, and it is now the site of his first Truck Series pole. With a speed of 160.925 mph, Preece topped the charts in Friday’s (June 24) qualifying session.
After being the fastest in the practice session earlier on Friday, Stewart Friesen will start in ninth place.
Jack Wood completed the top 10 with his best start of the 2022 season.
Qualifying had one incident, as Tate Fogleman spun out and was unable to complete a lap in his qualifying effort.
Hutchens initially made the race. But after qualifying was finished, Hutchens and Max Gutierrez’s times were disallowed for being too low. As a result, Hutchens won’t make the race. Chase Janes will make the race, starting in the last row (35th). Gutierrez will start last (36th).
The Rackley Roofing 200 will take place on Friday, June 24 at 8 p.m. ET, with TV coverage provided by FOX Sports 1.
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Stephen Stumpf joined Frontstretch in September 2021. He is a staff writer and the Friday news writer. Stephen also pens the weekly “4 Burning Questions” column and contributes to “Friday Faceoff” and “2-Headed Monster.” A Texas native, Stephen started following NASCAR at age 9.
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