SPORT NEWS – Keselowski tops lone Cup Collection follow at Phoenix

Keselowski tops lone Cup Collection follow at Phoenix

Brad Keselowski was the quickest driver within the remaining follow session of the season, whereas Kyle Larson fired the primary shot within the NASCAR Cup Collection championship battle at Phoenix Raceway.

Keselowski clocked in at 135.384 mph (26.591 seconds) on Friday afternoon. The quick time got here on his second lap on the monitor. Larson was second fast at 135.293 mph.

Matt DiBenedetto ended third quickest at 135.110 mph, with Christopher Bell  fourth quickest at 135.084 mph, and Chase Elliott fifth quickest at 135.019 mph.

Elliott is the defending race winner and champion.

William Byron was sixth quickest at 134.831 mph, Ryan Blaney seventh quickest at 134.218 mph, Denny Hamlin eighth quickest at 134.118 mph, Alex Bowman ninth quickest at 134.048 mph, and Tyler Reddick rounded out the highest 10 at 133.988 mph.

Martin Truex Jr. was the slowest of the Championship 4 drivers at 18th on the pace chart. Truex clocked in at 133.427 mph.

The 50-minute follow session was halted as soon as for B.J. McLeod, who needed to come to a cease on pit street due to a fireplace below the hood of his Ford Mustang. McLeod will go to a backup automotive for Sunday’s race.

There are 39 drivers entered within the season finale.

UP NEXT: Cup Collection qualifying at 4 p.m. native time (7 p.m. ET) on Saturday.

SPORT NEWS – Keselowski tops lone Cup Collection follow at Phoenix


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