GIBSONTON, Fla. — Eric Riggins was the fastest of 38 driver who practiced for this weekend’s King of the 360s event at East Bay Raceway Park on Wednesday night.
The North Carolina driver turned a lap of 13.313 seconds on the historic third-mile dirt track aboard his family-owned No. 47 sprint car.
Pennsylvania veteran Tim Shaffer was second on the board in Mike Heffner’s No. 72, with Danny Martin Jr., Connor Morrell and Carson McCarl rounding out the top five.
Mark Smith, many-time King of the 360s winner Terry McCarl, Cale Conley, Todd Gracey and Robbie Stillwaggon completed the top 10.