CONCORD, N.C. — Kyle Larson had the fastest lap in a busy practice session Saturday morning at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
NASCAR officials added the practice because much of Friday’s sessions were rained out. Some drivers did not run a lap of practice Friday with the new aero package, which is intended to keep the cars closer together and run slower speeds with a restrictor plate.
Saturday’s 60-minute session featured cars in a pack for longer periods of time.
Larson also had the best average for 10 consecutive laps at 171.756 mph. He was followed by Suarez (171.593) and Darrell Wallace Jr. (171.448)