Rain on Friday at Richmond International Raceway meant NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice got cut from two sessions to one on Saturday morning.
And when the final 80-minute Happy Hour session ended, Jimmie Johnson was atop the leaderboard, as the six-time Sprint Cup champion had a best lap of 120.849 miles per hour in his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet.
Finishing right behind Johnson was his teammate, Kasey Kahne, who ran 120.622 mph in his No. 5 Hendrick Chevy. Johnson's best lap was just 0.042 seconds faster than Kahne's around the 0.75-mile Virginia short track.
Reigning Cup champ Kyle Busch ended Happy Hour third in the first of the Joe Gibbs Toyotas. Busch was followed by Kevin Harvick's Stewart-Haas Racing Chevy and the JGR Toyotas of Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth.
In other words, a lot of the usual suspects at the top of the board.
Tony Stewart followed up an 18th-place run in Friday's practice by finishing 23rd in Happy Hour. This is Stewart's first weekend in a racecar since suffering a burst fracture of his L1 vertebrae in an off-road accident Jan. 31 near the Arizona-Southern California border.
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