Lofton takes top spot in second race of 2014 season
Lofton -- filling in for Gaulding -- scored the fastest speed in the second session
Brad Keselowski saves it after contact with Justin Lofton on the front stretch.
Justin Lofton clips the No. 07 of Caleb Roark who has a tire going down and the No. 6 is taken to the garage on the hook.
Justin Lofton is sent spinning on the frontstretch and gets airborne after a hard hit from Johnny Sauter.
Justin Lofton conserves enough fuel to hold off Brad Keselowski for his first CWTS victory.
Lofton celebrates his first career CWTS victory after the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
Driver hopes for another full-time shot in Camping World Truck Series
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Second-year driver excited to work with defending Truck Series champ Bodine
NASCAR ruling was for second written warning following Coca-Cola 600 RELATED: Nos. 48, 51 and 1 penalized for Charlotte infractions MORE: Johnson stands by appeal " Appeal prevents pit pick repeat Hendrick Motorsports officials have filed for an appeal of the P1 level penalty handed down to its No. 48 team with driver Jimmie Johnson , meaning the team will be allowed to make its pit stall selection based on Johnson's qualifying result for Sunday's FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks (1 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1, MRN, SiriusXM) at Dover International Speedway Because the decision is being appealed, the initial penalty, last choice in pit selection process, has been deferred. No date has been set for the appeal. Qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race is scheduled for Friday at the 1-mile track. The team was penalized after consecutive written warnings for violations during the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race and Coca-Cola 600 weekends at Charlotte Motor Speedway . The order for the selection of pit stalls for the race is based on qualifying results, with the Coors Light Pole Award winner getting first choice, and the remainder (pos. 2-43) choosing in order of their position in the starting lineup. The HScott Motorsports team, with driver Justin Allgaier , was also penalized for receiving consecutive written warnings at CMS. Warnings, which are not appealable, are typically issued for minor, first-time infractions and the reason for the warnings isn't made public. Multiple warnings elevate the severity of the penalty to a P1 level and may result in one or more consequences besides the loss of choice in pit selection. Track time deduction in practice or qualifying, a delay in the order of inspection and selection for post-race inspection are among the other options NASCAR may impose. Johnson is a nine-time winner at Dover and is the defending race winner. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule