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NASCAR NextGen Testing Results Day 1 and 2

PC: Charlotte Motor Speedway

The second day of NASCAR Cup Series organizational testing of the new Next Gen racecars at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval has been completed.

Here are the full results from day two of testing:

PosCarDriver(s)Best LaptimeDiffBest SpeedManufacturer
119Denny Hamlin1:18.573--106.296 mphToyota
Martin Truex Jr.
28Tyler Reddick1:21.742-3.169102.175 mphChevrolet
34Kevin Harvick1:21.996-3.423101.859 mphFord
421Austin Cindric1:22.071-3.498101.766 mphFord
514Aric Almirola1:22.152-3.579101.665 mphFord
612Ryan Blaney1:22.165-3.592101.649 mphFord
751Joey Hand1:22.471-3.898101.272 mphFord
822Joey Logano1:22.610-4.037101.102 mphFord
999Daniel Suarez1:22.624-4.051101.084 mphChevrolet
107Corey LaJoie1:22.649-4.076101.054 mphChevrolet
1142Ross Chastain1:22.773-4.200100.902 mphChevrolet
1227Jacques Villeneuve1:22.811-4.238100.856 mphFord
Loris Hezemans
1347Ricky Stenhouse Jr.1:22.824-4.251100.840 mphChevrolet
1448Alex Bowman1:22.890-4.317100.760 mphChevrolet
155William Byron1:22.940-4.367100.699 mphChevrolet
1616Justin Haley1:23.182-4.609100.406 mphChevrolet
1700Kaz Grala1:23.292-4.719100.274 mphChevrolet
1823Bubba Wallace1:23.371-4.798100.179 mphToyota
Denny Hamlin
1943Erik Jones1:23.459-4.886100.073 mphChevrolet
2017Chris Buescher1:23.599-5.02699.906 mphFord
2194Ty Dillon1:24.011-5.43899.416 mphChevrolet

The No. 19 car had a massive lead on the speed chart on Tuesday, which leads you to believe the fast lap included a blown chicane. Regardless, if a car blew a turn, the lap time was counted in this session.

Aside from the No. 19 car, which was piloted by Martin Truex Jr. and Denny Hamlin on Tuesday, every car that took a lap was within 2.269-seconds of each other.

For comparison’s sake, here were the speeds from Monday’s first day of Next gen testing at the Charlotte Roval:

PosCarDriver(s)Best LaptimeDiffBest SpeedManufacturer
14Chase Briscoe1:20.219--104.115 mphFord
247Ricky Stenhouse Jr.1:21.288-1.069102.746 mphChevrolet
312Ryan Blaney1:21.716-1.497102.208 mphFord
416AJ Allmendinger1:22.022-1.803101.826 mphChevrolet
58Tyler Reddick1:22.269-2.050101.521 mphChevrolet
65Kyle Larson1:22.431-2.212101.321 mphChevrolet
Chase Elliott
714Cole Custer1:22.472-2.253101.271 mphFord
87Corey LaJoie1:22.645-2.426101.059 mphChevrolet
921Austin Cindric1:22.662-2.443101.038 mphFord
1022Joey Logano1:22.725-2.506100.961 mphFord
1151Joey Hand1:22.740-2.521100.943 mphFord
1243Erik Jones1:22.775-2.556100.900 mphChevrolet
1327Loris Hezemans1:23.120-2.901100.481 mphFord
1400Kaz Grala1:23.294-3.075100.271 mphChevrolet
1599Daniel Suarez1:23.369-3.150100.181 mphChevrolet
1642Ross Chastain1:23.566-3.34799.945 mphChevrolet
1748Alex Bowman1:23.588-3.36999.919 mphChevrolet
1817Chris Buescher1:23.771-3.55299.700 mphFord
1919Martin Truex Jr.1:24.074-3.85599.341 mphToyota
2094Ty Dillon1:24.143-3.92499.260 mphChevrolet
2123Bubba Wallace1:24.167-3.94899.231 mphToyota

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Toby is the Founder, Editor and go-to man for TobyChristie.com. He is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, Toby is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award winning writer, and has followed NASCAR as a fan since 1993.

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