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« on: February 12, 2009, 05:04:41 PM »

Here's a good cheat sheet to try and figure out who is running for what team in the Nationwide Series this season:


Edit:  Here are fastest cars in final practice which just concluded:

Feb. 12 NASCAR Nationwide Series:Final practice for the NNS Camping World 300 has concluded with rookie Brendan Gaughan clocking the top speed at 184.132 mph. Second quickest was the #28 of Kenny Wallace with 184.004. Third, #12 of another rookie, Justin Allgaier at 183.760. Rounding out the top-five in speeds were Scott Lagasse Jr. in the #11-183.576, and #15 Michael Annett-183.572mph. Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the #5 this week, posted the sixth fastest speed at 183.464; Jason Keller, in the #27 was seventh with 183.378. Closing out the top ten in speeds were #23 Robert Richardson-183.348; #24 Eric McClure-183.344 and #16 Greg Biffle-183.251mph. There were seven cars that chose not to take any track time today-the #0, #1, #10, #29, #31, #61 and #99. Of note, the #38 hit the wall during this practice run; repairs are underway rather than moving to a backup car.(thehotlap)

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« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2009, 06:06:43 PM »

I'm still disappointed that the first practice yesterday was not on TV, since everything else from Daytona has been on TV.  At least I got to see the final practice today.

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