Larson completed 31 laps in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevy with a fast lap of 132.586mph. “I thought our car in race trim was really good,” said Larson, who rolls off second on Sunday in the ISM Connect 300. “We unloaded exactly how we race. We know we will be in the ballpark we just have to fine tune it a little bit, probably.”Ryan Blaney, Martin Truex Jr., Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin, Daniel Suarez, Erik Jones, polesitter Kyle Busch, Kasey Kahne and Jamie McMurray rounded out the top 10.
Truex completed 27 laps despite an abbreviated session for the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team which served a 30-minute penalty due to failing inspection prior to Saturday. Kevin Harvick posted the second-fastest single-lap speed followed by Kyle Larson, Daniel Suarez, Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney, Jimmie Johnson (in a back up car), Dale Earnhardt Jr., Denny Hamlin and Clint Bowyer. Kyle Busch set the early pace in Happy Hour with a lap of 131.451mph in the first two minutes.
After five-full seasons in the Cup Series, Patrick, 35, was not retained by Stewart-Haas Racing for 2018. While she has options for next season, Patrick hasn’t committed herself to a program — yet. But she’s zeroed in on her parameters. “If I don’t do Cup, I don’t think I’ll do anything because my only goal is to win in Cup,” Patrick said on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on Friday. “My goal is to be one of the only drivers to win in Cup and NASCAR. So, that’s attained through winning in the Cup Series.
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