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Xfinity practice report from Indianapolis

NASCAR driver Michael Annett left the final practice for the Indianapolis Xfinity Series Race very upset after getting in a collision with Mike Harmon.

INDIANAPOLIS - Justin Haley posted the fastest lap in Friday’s final practice session for the Xfinity Series at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Haley led the way with a lap of 168.227 mph. He was followed by Tyler Reddick (168.199 mph), Brandon Jones (168.196), Austin Dillon (167.713) and Kyle Busch (167.710).

The only incident involved Michael Annett when his bumper cover was knocked off after contact from Mike Harmon. Annett’s team were repairing the car.

“Arguing with an idiot,” Annett said of his conversation with Harmon after the incident.

“Watched (Bell) go underneath him going into 3 so I was following the 20. He just kept coming down and coming down. ... He just kept coming down. My left sides were on the curbing and in the grass. He said his spotter told him he was clear, he was coming down pit road. Spotter tells our spotter he never said anything. Just a bunch of idiots. We’re going too fast to have people like that out there. If he’s blaming it on the spotter, he better have someone else up there.”

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Jones had the best average over 10 consecutive laps at 166.151 mph. He was followed by Christopher Bell (165.934 mph) and Austin Cindric (165.614.)


Joe Gibbs Racing cars went 1-2-3 in the first of two Xfinity practice sessions Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Christopher Bell led the way with a lap of 168.218 mph. He was followed by JGR teammates Brandon Jones (168.215 mph) and Kyle Busch (167.782). Michael Annett was next at 167.682 mph and Ryan Sieg was fifth at 167.635 mph.

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There were no incidents in the session. No driver ran 10 or more consecutive laps.

Final Xfinity practice will be from 4:05 - 4:55 p.m. ET Friday.

Qualifying will take place Saturday. The series races at 3 p.m. ET Saturday on NBCSN.