Logano’s No. 22 Team Penske Ford Fusion posted a lap of 157.494 mph. He was followed by teammate Team Penske Brad Keselowski at 157.453 mph. Martin Truex Jr.’s Furniture Row Racing No. 78 was the top Toyota Camry in third with a lap of 157.048 mph, while Hendrick Motorsports’ Chase Elliott was the fastest Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 at 156.883 mph. Rounding out the top five was Stewart-Haas Racing’s Aric Almirola at 156.856 mph.
Friday practice winner Paul Menard was 14th at 156.393 mph after completing 40 laps in the No. 21 Wood Brothers Ford.
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Almirola led the entirety of the final 50-minute practice session, running 54 laps with a fastest speed of 158.277 mph. All 38 cars turned laps during this session.
In a familiar position, Elliott ran second with a speed of 158.054 mph, while Clint Bowyer was third at 157.916 mph. Rounding out the top five were Larson at 157.729 mph and Harvick at 157.529 mph.
Bowyer completed 65 laps this session, the most of any driver. Ware completed the fewest laps in this session with 13.
Former Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope is running a second entry for StarCom Racing this weekend, and the No. 99 was the slowest vehicle on the track at 146.021 mph.
The AAA 400 Drive for Autism will go green around 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 6 on FS1.
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