Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 8/31/14

Joey Coulter led the way with a lap of 39.153 seconds in the first practice for the VFW 200 from Michigan. Rounding out the top five was Johnny Sauter, Ty Dillon, Ron Hornaday, Jr., and James Buescher.

Pos Trk Driver Team Time Behind 1 22 Joey Coulter Rip-It Energy Fuel Chevrolet 39.153 Leader 2 13 Johnny Sauter Hot Honeys / Curb Records Toyota 39.178 -0.025 3 3 Ty Dillon  Bass Pro Shops / Tracker Boats Chevrolet 39.206 -0.053 4 9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Joe Denette Motorsports Chevrolet 39.244 -0.091 5 31 James Buescher WolfPack Rentals Chevrolet 39.288 -0.135 6 2 Tim George Jr. Applebee’s Chevrolet 39.334 -0.181 7 33 Cale Gale  Rheem Chevrolet 39.372 -0.219 8 30 Nelson Piquet Jr. AutoTrac Chevrolet 39.387 -0.234 9 32 Miguel Paludo Duroline Chevrolet 39.402 -0.249 10 23 Jason White GunBroker.com Ford 39.420 -0.267 11 6 Justin Lofton Lofton Cattle Chevrolet 39.426 -0.273 12 7 Parker Kligerman TOYOTA / Red Horse Racing Toyota 39.426 -0.273 13 11 Todd Bodine Toyota Care Toyota 39.435 -0.282 14 17 Timothy Peters TOYOTA / Red Horse Racing Toyota 39.442 -0.289 15 09 John Wes Townley  Toyota Care Toyota 39.460 -0.307 16 08 Ross Chastain  Melon 1 / Engine Parts Plus Toyota 39.530 -0.377 17 88 Matt Crafton Ideal Door / Menards Toyota 39.579 -0.426 18 14 Brennan Newberry NTS / IronClad Performance Chevrolet 39.651 -0.498 19 29 Brad Keselowski Cooper Standard RAM 39.738 -0.585 20 18 Kurt Busch Shore Lodge Toyota 39.816 -0.663 21 39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing Chevrolet 39.983 -0.830 22 98 Dakoda Armstrong  EverFi.com Toyota 40.028 -0.875 23 99 Bryan Silas  Rockingham Speedway Ford 40.247 -1.094 24 84 Chris Fontaine Glenden Enterprises Chevrolet 40.334 -1.181 25 74 Mike Harmon Koma Unwind Chevrolet 42.436 -3.283 26 75 Josh Wise Norm Benning Racing Chevrolet 45.613 -6.460

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