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Tyler Dippel (54)  and Tyler Ankrum (17) talk during practice before the NASCAR K&N Series Memphis 150 presented by Autozone at Memphis International Raceway on Saturday, June 2, 2018 in Millington, Tennessee. (Photo by Sara D. Davis, Nascar)
Tyler Dippel (left) and Tyler Ankrum talk during practice before the NASCAR K&N Series Memphis 150 presented by Autozone at Memphis International Raceway on Saturday in Millington, Tennessee. (Sara D. Davis/NASCAR)

PRACTICE: Tyler Dippel, DGR-Crosley Sets The Pace at Memphis

MILLINGTON, Tenn. — DGR-Crosley Racing shows no signs of slowing down.

In fact, from indications of Saturday’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East practice session at Memphis International Raceway, their speeding up. The organization, which has won four of the series’ first race race, went 1-2 in the 1 hour, 30 minute session on the .75-mile D-oval.

Tyler Dippel was fastest at 23.024 seconds (117.269 mph) in the No. 54 TyCar/D and A Concrete Toyota, followed by championship points leader Tyler Ankrum at 23.063 (117.071).

COMPLETE PRACTICE RESULTS

The top 17 cars ran faster laps than the track record pole speed of 23.799 (113.450) set by Chase Purdy last year.

Ronnie Bassett Jr., who enters the event third in points behind Ankrum and Dippel, was third fastest in practice at 23.101 (116.878).

Anthony Alfredo and Chase Cabre were fourth and fifth, respectively.

Ruben Garcia Jr. was sixth, followed by Derek Kraus, Cole Rouse, Grant Quinlin and Hailie Deegan.

Group Qualifying is slated for 4:15 p.m. CT, while the green flag for the Memphis 150 presented by Autozone is schedule for 6 p.m.