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NASCAR: Kwasniewski Fastest in Sunday Morning Nationwide Preseason Thunder

NASCAR: Kwasniewski Fastest in Sunday Morning Nationwide Preseason Thunder
NASCAR: Kwasniewski Fastest in Sunday Morning Nationwide Preseason Thunder
NASCAR Media

The morning session of Preseason Thunder for the NASCAR Nationwide Series has concluded with an hour-break between the first and second session. There have been 24 cars to turn laps at Daytona International Speedway this morning.

Dylan Kwasniewski topped the speed charts to close the morning test session with a time of 47.363 and speed of 190.022. Kwasniewski is followed by Chase Elliott with a time of 47.381 and speed of 189.950. Elliott also turned the most laps in the morning session with 66 laps.

You can see the entire field speed breakdown below.

No. Name Make Laps Best Tm Best Speed

  1. 31 Dylan Kwasniewski Chv 61 47.363 190.022
  2. 9 Chase Elliott Chv 66 47.381 189.950
  3. 99 James Buescher Tyt 39 47.388 189.921
  4. 5 Bill Elliott Chv 52 47.397 189.885
  5. 62 Brendan Gaughan Chv 36 47.398 189.881
  6. 32 Kyle Larson Chv 59 47.420 189.793
  7. 2 Brian Scott Chv 44 47.433 189.741
  8. 7 Regan Smith Chv 56 47.444 189.697
  9. 3 Ty Dillon Chv 55 47.601 189.072
  10. 85 Bobby Gerhart Chv 27 48.581 185.258
  11. 84 Chad Boat Chv 44 48.600 185.185
  12. 43 Dakoda Armstrong Frd 25 49.161 183.072
  13. 17 Tanner Berryhill Tyt 13 49.272 182.660
  14. 23 Ryan Ellis Frd 22 49.619 181.382
  15. 73 Derrike Cope Chv 28 49.926 180.267
  16. 11 Elliott Sadler Tyt 22 50.155 179.444
  17. 98 David Ragan Frd 32 50.178 179.361
  18. 6 Trevor Bayne Frd 22 50.278 179.005
  19. 16 Ryan Reed Frd 21 50.376 178.657
  20. 60 Chris Buescher Frd 24 50.435 178.448
  21. 22 Ryan Blaney Frd 27 50.460 178.359
  22. 28 Matt Carter Dge 11 51.442 174.954
  23. 52 Joey Gase Tyt 6 51.603 174.408
  24. 13 Harrison Rhodes Dge 12 51.684 174.135

EDIT: All three JR Motorsport teams along with the #31 Turner Scott Motorsports teams have loaded everything up and heading back to North Carolina. Those four teams will not take part in the second session later this afternoon.