After being rained out on Friday, the ARCA Racing Series finally got its testing at Daytona International Speedway underway Saturday with an all-day session that ended at 5 pm ET.
Sixty-six cars total took to the 2.5-mile superspeedway in the session. Daytona will host the series’ season opener, the Lucas Oil 200, on Feb. 13.
One of the top-five times posted Saturday was by NASCAR Next driver Dylan Lupton.
Driving the No. 82 Ford Fusion, the product of an alliance between Win-Tron Racing and Empire Racing Group, Lupton had the fourth-best time at 47.557 seconds after 39 laps.
Townley, who it was announced would compete in a majority of the ARCA races in 2016, was 16th fastest in the No. 05 Chevrolet at 47.86 seconds.
Byron, a rookie in the Camping World Truck Series in 2016, was the 18th quickest at 47.867 seconds after 21 laps in the No. 55 Toyota.