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Truck Series practice report from Charlotte Motor Speedway

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CONCORD, North Carolina — Dalton Sargeant was fastest in the final practice for tonight’s Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

He led the session with a top speed of 178.950 mph.

He was followed by Ben Rhodes (178.560 mph), Justin Haley (178.218), Noah Gragson (178.153) and Myatt Snider (178.130).

Brett Moffitt, who was 16th fastest, recorded the most laps with 40.

Kyle Busch was ninth fastest but he had the best 10-lap average at 176.221 mph.

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First practice

Matt Crafton was fastest, leading the session with a top speed of 181.129 mph.

He was followed by Johnny Sauter (180.995 mph), Noah Gragson (180.264), Todd Gilliland (179.964) and Myatt Snider (179.760).

Kyle Busch, who was sixth fastest, recorded the most laps in the session with 26.

The session had three cautions, including one for an incident with Austin Wayne Self.

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Noah Gragson wins Truck Series pole at Kansas Speedway

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Noah Gragson qualified first for tonight’s Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway, giving him his fifth career pole and his second consecutive pole this season.

Gragson grabbed the top spot with a speed of 176.678 mph.

Through six races, he has started inside the top five in all but one.

He was third fastest in Round 1.

“Just knew I needed to get up through the gears just a little bit better,” Gragson told Fox Sports 1. “It felt like a good run there in the second qualifying round and it really showed.”

Gragson is joined on the front row by Cody Coughlin (176.482 mph).

The top five is completed by Matt Crafton (176.459), Grant Enfinger (176.361) and Johnny Sauter (176.154).

Kyle Busch starts sixth.

Darrell Wallace Jr. will start 15th in his first Truck Series start of the season.

Myatt Snider will start last after spinning in Turn 4 during his run in Round 1.

Click here for qualifying results.

Matt Crafton fastest in Camping World Truck practice at Kansas

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Matt Crafton posted the fastest lap in Friday’s lone practice session for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Kansas Speedway. Crafton had a lap of 177.626 mph.

He was followed by Myatt Snider (176.200 mph), Brett Moffitt (176.165), Kyle Busch (176.039) and Stewart Friesen (175.999).

Noah Gragson ran the most laps at 44. He was eighth on the speed chart at 175.251 mph. Ben Rhodes had the best average over 10 consecutive laps at 173.533 mph. Gragson was next at 171.792.

The opening Truck practice was canceled because of morning rain.

Truck qualifying is today at 5:05 p.m. ET. The race is at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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Truck Series practice report from Dover International Speedway

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Brett Moffitt was fastest in the final Camping World Truck Series practice session Thursday at Dover International Speedway.

Moffitt posted the top speed of 158.082 mph around the 1-mile track.

He was followed by Noah Gragson (156.767 mph), Johnny Sauter (155.353), Todd Gilliland (154.912) and Stewart Friesen (154.599).

Moffitt recorded the most laps in the session with 45 and also had the best 10-lap average at 151.557 mph.

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Practice No. 1

Stewart Friesen was fastest in the first practice session.

Friesen topped the chart with a speed of 155.797 mph.

He was followed by Johnny Sauter (153.407 mph), Myatt Snider (153.309), Todd Gilliland (153.231) and Dalton Sargeant (153.152).

Sargeant recorded the most laps in the session with 35.

The final Truck practice is set for 4:05 – 4:55 p.m. ET.

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Denny Hamlin wins his Short Track Showdown at Langley

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Denny Hamlin held off Kyle Busch to win Thursday night’s Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown charity race at Langley Speedway.

The Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown is a 200-lap Late Model charity race that benefits the Denny Hamlin Foundation, which supports cystic fibrosis research, as well as other youth initiatives.

Hamlin’s victory was his second in the event. Busch was going for his fourth victory in the event.

Results

1 – Denny Hamlin

2 – Kyle Busch

3 – Timothy Peters

4 – CE Falk

5 – Peyton Sellers

6 – Myatt Snider

7 – Justin S. Carroll

8 – Ruben Garcia

9 – Connor Hall

10 – Nick Smith

11 – Grayson Cullather

12 – Ty Gibbs

13 – Brendon Queen

14 – Philip Morris

15 – Casey Wyatt

16 – Colin Garrett

17 – Eddie Johnson

18 – Mason Diaz

19 – Mark Wertz

20 – Chris Johnson

21 – Chase Cabre

22 – Justin T. Carroll

23 – Doug Barnes

24 – Tyler Hughes

25 – Danny Edwards

26 – Nicholas Sanchez

27 – Matt Bowling

28 – Cody Carlton

29 – Ryan Vargas

30 – Brett Moffitt

31 – Bubba Johnston

32 – Terry Carroll

33 – Woody Howard

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