SONOMA, Calif. -- Rusty Wallace posted the fastest lap Tuesday during a NASCAR Nextel Cup test session at Infineon Raceway. The NASCAR Nextel Cup
Series will visit the scenic Sonoma Valley later this month for the Dodge/Save Mart 350.
Wallace, a two-time winner at Infineon Raceway in 1990 and 1996, recorded the fastest lap of the five NASCAR drivers at the one-day test session on
the newly repaved 10-turn, 1.99-mile road course. Wallace turned the track at 1 minute, 15.5 seconds. Road-course specialist Boris Said holds the
official track record of 1:16.522, set in 2003.
Robby Gordon, defending champion at Infineon Raceway, was second-fast at 1:16.27. Terry Labonte at 1:17.14; Jim Inglebright at 1:17.20; and Brian
Vickers at 1:17.67 rounded out the quintet. Wallace was in qualifying trim, while the four other drivers were in race trim. All times were supplied by
the race teams
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