It was an all-Wisconsin sixth row at the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Race at Las Vegas Speedway on Friday night as Johnny Sauter of Necedah and Eagle River’s Natalie Decker qualified 11th and 12th respectively earlier in the day.
In earlier tests, Sauter was near the top of the time sheet and he wrapped up 11th spot with a 30.468 second lap around the 1.5-mile banked oval in his #13 Tenda Heal Ford-150.
Decker got her #54 N29 Technologies Toyota Tundra around the bullring in 30.544 seconds for 12th place.
Both times came in a second qualifying session as both finished the single truck qualifying among the top 12 in the 32-truck field and returned for a Final-12 second session.
Qualifying was held a few hours before the running of the Strat 200.
Kyle Busch who captured the Gander Outdoors Truck Race win at Atlanta a week prior was the fast qualifier setting a new truck record time of 30.184 seconds for a 178.903 mph. lap.