In the final practice of the Budweiser Duel, Denny Hamlin would lead the speed charts with a lap of 45.096 seconds.
Hamlin dominated the Sprint Unlimited last Saturday, dominating on his way to victory after a three-wide pass late in the race. Hamlin will look to win his Budweiser Duel as he will start 11th in the second of the two races that set the line-up for the Daytona 500.
Kasey, who starts 11th in the first Duel, was second fastest at a lap of 45.097 seconds. Michael Waltrip was third fastest, followed by the Roush-Fenway Fords of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Greg Biffle.
Front Row Motorsports’ Eric McClure was sixth as he looks to start his first Daytona 500, followed by Clint Bowyer, Brian Scott, Matt Kenseth and pole sitter Austin Dillon.
While the first practice session had a pair of wrecks, the second session ran clean.
The Budweiser Duels will take to the track at 7 p.m. EST tomorrow night. Fox Sports 1 will have the race live on television while MRN Radio will be doing the live radio broadcast.