KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Terry Senneker was the quickest of the 33 Outlaw Super Late Models that participated in testing for Wednesday’s 24th annual Kalamazoo Klash at Kalamazoo Speedway.
Senneker ran a lap of 12.068 seconds at 111.866 mph on the quarter-mile oval. Monte Tolan was second quick, ahead of Brian Bergakker, Tyler Roahrig and Jeff Ganus.
Lee VanDyk led the second half of the top ten followed by Chad Finley, former track champion Phil Bozell, former Klash winner Steve Needles and Brandon Lyons.
42 outlaw super late models are currently registered to take part in the prestigious event. Among the notables is two-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion Matt Crafton, who finished fourth in the Klash one year ago.
In the ARCA/CRA Super Series test session, Dalton Armstrong was the fastest with a lap of 12.874 seconds at 104.863 mph.
Johnny VanDoorn was second quickest ahead of Brian Campbell, Mike Bursley (driving the car Erik Jones will be driving Wednesday) and Tim Devos.
Point leader Cody Coughlin was sixth fastest, beating out Chris Koslek, Grant Quinlan, Jordan Dahlke and Jason Timmerman.
The ARCA/CRA entries are led by 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion and current NASCAR XFINITY Series Chase Grid leader Erik Jones, who announced Sunday that he will move to the Sprint Cup Series full time in 2017 as a teammate to Martin Truex Jr. at Furniture Row Racing.
CREDIT: Kalamazoo Speedway