Mike Skinner, driving the No. 5 Toyota Tundra-sponsored Toyota, was fastest overall during this morning's first official practice session in preparation for this evening’s Smith’s Las Vegas 350. Skinner’s lap of 30.505 sec./177.020 mph was more than two miles per hour faster than the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series record of 174.904 mph, set by Kasey Kahne in 2004 - and nearly 12 miles per hour faster than the NASCAR Craftsman Trucks Series record (165.320 mph, set by Mike Skinner in 2004). Chase Miller, who led both of last night’s testing sessions, was second at 30.694 sec./175.930 mph. Todd Bodine, winner of the 2005 Smith’s Las Vegas 350, was third at 30.729 sec./175.730 mph. Hometown hero Brendan Gaughan was 21st at 31.095 sec./173.661 mph. We invite you to check back with us regularly for updates.