Busch, Wallace Jr. finish first in practices

first_imgMoving from ninth in the opening practice, Busch finishes first in the final  Qualifying for the Michigan National Guard 200 is scheduled for Saturday, beginning at 9:25 a.m., with the race slated for a 12:30 p.m.green flag.MORE: The day’s final practice for NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series ended with only one incident – Coulter broke loose and put the back of his No. 18 Toyota into the wall early in the 1 hr., 20-min. session. FULL SERIES COVERAGE• View all articles • View all videos • View all photos Busch, ninth in the opening practice, churned out a fast lap of 187.578 mph to pace the closing session. Coulter’s Kyle Busch Motorsports team was quick to roll a backup entry off the truck, however Coulter was unable to shake down the new piece before practice ended. WATCH: Up to Speed: Vickers, Dillon in spotlight Related: Results from the second practiceBROOKLYN, Mich. – Kyle Busch was fastest, Darrell Wallace proved consistent and Joey Coulter will be going to a backup. WATCH: NASCAR Next: Ryan Gifford Wallace (186.945 mph), who led the morning session, was No. 2 in the afternoon run, while Johnny Sauter, Brendan Gaughan and Coulter (pre-accident) completed the top five. Defending series champion James Buescher was ninth while points leader Matt Crafton was 17th. WATCH: Fantasy Showdown: Previewing Michigan WATCH: The Preview Show for Michiganlast_img

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