Race notes from Las Vegas Motor Speedway's NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series LAS VEGAS 350/NASCAR Winston West Series ORLEANS 150 weekend: SECOND NASCAR WINSTON WEST SERIES PRACTICE: NASCAR Winston West Series points leader Eric Norris (No. 32 JaniKing/Ultra Wheels Ford) was fastest in the second round of practice. Norris¿ best lap was 33.094 sec./163.172 mph. Championship contender Austin Cameron (No. 16 NAPA/Martin Senour Chevrolet) was seventh-fastest (33.770 sec./159.905 mph). Brendan Gaughan (No.62 NAPA Auto Parts/Orleans Hotel & Casino Dodge) was eighth (33.822 sec./159.659 mph). FIRST NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCK SERIES PRACTICE: Las Vegas¿ Brendan Gaughan (No. 62 NAPA Auto Parts/Orleans Hotel & Casino Dodge) was quickest with a lap of 33.928 sec./159.161 mph. Gaughan has two victories in 2002 and is leading the series¿ Raybestos Rookie of the Year points chase. Thirty-three Trucks practiced during the first session. Rick Crawford (No. 14 Circle Bar Motel & RV Park Ford) was second (33.935 sec./159.128 mph). Third was last year¿s Las Vegas winner, Ted Musgrave (No.1 Mopar Performance Dodge) at 33.952 sec./159.048 mph. NASCAR WINSTON WEST SERIES QUALIFYING: Brendan Gaughan (No. 62 NAPA Auto Parts/Orleans Hotel & Casino Dodge) won the Bud Pole Award for today¿s Orleans 150 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway with a 32.853sec fast lap. ¿This is the same car we ran at California Speedway. It¿s a new Dodge Intrepid and we¿re quite a bit faster in qualifying than we were in practice.¿ When asked about the difference between his Winston West car and his Craftsman truck, he noted tires in particular. Goodyear is the spec tire for the Craftsman Truck Series and Hoosier is the spec rubber for the Winston West Series. Gaughan, whose many laps around Las Vegas Motor Speedway include driving for Richard Petty Driving Experience, says that time on the track doesn¿t really apply to these race conditions. ¿Everyone thinks I have an advantage here, but being at speed is a whole different thing," said Gaughan. For tonight¿s final Orleans 150 Winston West race, Gaughan is hoping it¿s all NAPA up front. ¿We¿re looking for the win definitely and hoping Austin Cameron (fellow NAPA driver) also finishes well.¿ A total of 26 cars set official lap times for tonight¿s Orleans 150. Qualifying 0.150 sec. behind Gaughan was Eddy McKean (No. 19 McKean Motorsports/Chevy Monte Carlo). Rounding out the top three qualifiers was Mike David (No. 2 Injury Helpline.com, Sierra Springs/Ford Taurus).