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Kurt Busch tops Road America cup practice, Kyle Busch wrecked

After setting an average speed of 108.658mph early in the 55-minute session, Kyle Busch went off course on turn 11 and spun into an inner retaining wall, causing great damage to Toyota No. 18. ..

The incident happened about 26 minutes after the session.

Bush’s team needs to move to a backup car and start the Sunday race from behind the field, regardless of where they qualify on Sunday morning. Sunday’s Cup Race will be the first race in Road America since 1956.

Meanwhile, in the last few minutes of practice, Kurt Busch jumped to the top of the speed chart at an average speed of 108.874 mph at the end of nine laps during practice.

Kyle Busch finished second, Austin Cindric third (108.525 mph), Ryan Blaney fourth, and Tyler Reddick closing the top five.

Denny Hamlin, AJ Allmendinger, Christopher Bell, Kyle Larson and Chase Briscoe completed the top 10 average speeds.

Approximately 7 minutes after the session, Ryan Pries went off course on turn 11 and no. 37 Caused great damage to the front of the Chevrolet. The team decides to go to the backup car and he also starts the Sunday race from behind the field.

“It’s probably the best road course car I’ve had for half a lap,” said Pries. “It’s not the way I wanted to start the day. I hope I can rebound tomorrow.”

About 15 minutes later, Kyle Tilly, who was driving No. 78, spun off on Turn 1 and got stuck in the gravel pit to call attention.

Approximately 40 minutes, Brad Keselowski spun off Turn 11 to draw attention. He was able to continue returning No. 2 Ford to the pit road. He didn’t seem to have suffered any serious damage.

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