NASCAR Cup COTA practice results: Busch leads

NASCAR Cup COTA practice results: Busch leads

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Drivers got their first opportunity to lap COTA in a one-hour practice Saturday morning.

NASCAR Cup Series practice has concluded at Circuit of the Americas. There were several spins during the session, involving Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, and Harrison Burton.

Kyle Busch led the way on the time charts at 92.681mph. With the split format of the practice, no driver ran more than seven laps on track.

The session was immediately followed by group qualifying.

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