Grant Enfinger posted the fastest lap in the third and final practice for the Alpha Energy Solutions 250 Truck series at Martinsville with a speed of 95.055 mph. Enfinger was the third different driver to top practice on Friday.
Matt Crafton (95.041), who posted the fastest lap in practice two, landed second on the speed chart.
After changing an engine following the first practice session, Todd Gilliland posted the 12th-fastest time of 93.733 mph. Gilliland will have to drop to the back of the pack to start the race.
John Hunter Nemechek (93.459) had the quickest 10-lap average in final practice.
After posting a top-five time in the first session, Crafton was fastest in the second of three Camping World Truck Series practices Friday at Martinsville Speedway.
Crafton posted a speed of 94.571 mph and narrowly beat out Brett Moffitt‘s 94.557 mph by .003 seconds.
Sauter posted the best 10-lap average of 93.733 early in his run to beat out Noah Gragson (92.825).
Justin Haley was fastest in the first of three Camping World Truck Series practice sessions Friday at Martinsville Speedway.
The GMS Racing driver topped Noah Gragson in the final moments of the session with a speed of 94.125 mph.
Gragson, the defending winner at Martinsville, posted a speed of 93.891 mph.
The top five was completed by Crafton (93.738), Nemechek (93.724) and Sauter (93.622).
Justin Fontaine recorded the most laps in the session with 70.
Gilliland had the best 10-lap average at 92.804 mph. Following this practice, the team was forced to change their engine.