NASCAR Xfinity Series Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Friday First Practice Results

Here are the results from the first of two practice sessions held Friday at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race.

Fastest lap time along with how many laps they completed in the practice session

  1. #11 Justin Haley – 85.386, 17 laps
  2. #20 Christopher Bell – 85.831, 19 laps
  3. #00 Cole Custer – 85.969, 23 laps
  4. #22 Austin Cindric – 86.016, 21 laps
  5. #8 Regan Smith – 86.029, 16 laps
  6. #10 AJ Allmendinger – 86.063, 16 laps
  7. #19 Brandon Jones – 86.122, 24 laps
  8. #9 Noah Gragson – 86.130, 24 laps
  9. #23 John Hunter Nemechek – 86.287, 27 laps
  10. #98 Chase Briscoe – 86.318, 30 laps
  11. #7 Justin Allgaier – 86.342, 17 laps
  12. #51 Jeremy Clements – 86.413, 16 laps
  13. #18 Jack Hawksworth – 86.428, 23 laps
  14. #4 Lawson Aschenbach – 86.603, 11 laps
  15. #2 Tyler Reddick – 86.672, 20 laps
  16. #86 Will Rodgers – 86.914, 15 laps
  17. #93 Josh Bilicki – 87.165, 14 laps
  18. #39 Ryan Sieg – 87.235, 21 laps
  19. #78 Scott Heckert – 87.286, 9 laps
  20. #08 Gray Gaulding – 87.313, 18 laps
  21. #90 Chris Dyson – 87.537, 16 laps
  22. #1 Michael Annett – 87.606, 23 laps
  23. #36 Josh Williams – 87.927, 15 laps
  24. #0 Garrett Smithley – 87.940, 5 laps
  25. #99 Patrick Gallagher – 88.154, 10 laps
  26. #66 Tommy Joe Martins – 88.207, 16 laps
  27. #07 Ray Black II – 88.237, 8 laps
  28. #42 Stanton Barrett – 88.248, 8 laps
  29. #01 Stephen Leicht – 88.522, 11 laps
  30. #68 Brandon Brown – 88.717, 11 laps
  31. #74 Aaron Quine – 89.187, 22 laps
  32. #35 Joey Gase – 90.437, 6 laps
  33. #52 David Starr – 90.693, 5 laps
  34. #38 JJ Yeley – 94.643, 2 laps
  35. #15 BJ McLeod – 0 laps
  36. #5 Vinnie Miller – 0 laps
Best 10 Consecutive Lap Average
* No driver ran 10 consecutive laps during this practice.

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