Austin Cindric was fastest in Friday’s second and final Xfinity Series practice at Dover International Speedway.
Cindric was one of only two Ford-powered drivers in the top seven, with a best speed 152.749 mph, tops among the 33 cars that took to the track for the session. However, Cindric’s speed was more than 3 mph slower than Tyler Reddick‘s field-leading speed in the first practice session earlier in the day.
Riley Herbst was second fastest (152.698 mph), followed by Justin Haley (152.659 mph), Tyler Reddick (152.297 mph), who was fastest in the first practice earlier in the day, and Zane Smith (152.233 mph).
Qualifying takes place Saturday, prior to the Allied Steel Buildings 200 Xfinity Series race.
FIRST PRACTICE SESSION:
Tyler Reddick was fastest in the first of Friday’s two Xfinity Series practices at Dover International Speedway.
Reddick, in a Chevrolet, was the only driver over 155 mph, covering the one-mile concrete oval at 155.918 mph, hitting that speed in the closing minutes of the session.
Cole Custer and his Ford were second fastest (154.579 mph), followed by Kaz Grala’s Chevrolet (154.540 mph), Zane Smith’s Chevy (154.222) and Austin Cindric’s Ford (153.899 mph)
A total of 33 drivers took to the track. A 34th driver, Tommy Joe Martins, did not record a speed.