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Indy 500: Ganassi and Carpenter vehicles high Day 2 of follow

Dixon, the 2008 Indy 500 winner and six-time and defending IndyCar champion, turned a 226.829mph lap on his 60th of 108 laps to edge Conor Daly and Ed Carpenter by zero.45 and zero.7mph respectively.

Two of Dixon teammates, Marcus Ericsson and Tony Kanaan accomplished the highest 5 whereas the fourth Ganassi automotive of Alex Palou completed eighth.

Sebastien Bourdais of AJ Foyt Racing bounced again from his engine failure yesterday to clock sixth quickest forward of final yr’s Indy 500 Rookie of the Yr, Pato O’Ward within the #5 Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet.

Sage Karam backed up his P4 efficiency from Day 1 with one other Prime 10 outcome, ending up simply forward of final yr’s polesitter Marco Andretti, who led the Andretti Autosport-Honda contingent.

Yesterday’s quickest driver, 2018 Indy winner Will Energy, led the Group Penske-Chevrolets in 15th.

Of the quickest no-tow speeds Alexander Rossi (Andretti) turned a 221.114mph, forward of Simon Pagenaud (Penske-Chevy) 221.037mph, Max Chilton (who ran a qualifying simulation) 220.799mph, Daly 220.715mph and Jack Harvey of Meyer Shank Racing-Honda on 220.657mph.

Prime Gun Racing didn’t seem once more after RC Enerson accomplished his Rookie Orientation Program.

Whereas 10-time Indy 500 starter Hildebrand breezed by way of his Refreshers take a look at and two-time starter Wilson too ultimately received as much as tempo after the group mounted the airflow to – and over – his helmet in his one-off Andretti entry, Enerson was much less lucky.  

A cut up CV boot on the #75 Prime Gun Racing machine whereas he was operating Part 2 of orientation introduced an early finish to Enerson’s day. IndyCar granted the group an hour on observe earlier than follow to finish Phases 2 and three.

Enerson confirmed nice consistency with a string of 213mph laps to complete off Part 2, however initially struggled to string collectively a sequence of 215-plus laps for Part three.

Nevertheless, the 24-year-old Floridian, who was an Indy Lights winner and began three races for Dale Coyne Racing and one for Carlin, stored his cool, and pitted for Prime Gun Racing to regulate his wing angle and free the automotive up.  

P

No

Title

FTime

Hole

FL

Laps

FSpeed

Engine

Group

1

9

Scott Dixon

39.6774

zero.00zero

60

108

226.829

Honda

Chip Ganassi Racing

2

47

Conor Daly

39.7575

zero.0801

34

98

226.372

Chevy

Ed Carpenter Racing

three

20

Ed Carpenter

39.8049

zero.0474

53

109

226.103

Chevy

Ed Carpenter Racing

four

eight

Marcus Ericsson

39.8218

zero.0169

2

94

226.007

Honda

Chip Ganassi Racing

5

48

Tony Kanaan

39.8629

zero.0411

44

71

225.774

Honda

Chip Ganassi Racing

6

14

Sebastien Bourdais

39.9129

zero.zero500

9

98

225.491

Chevy

AJ Foyt Enterprises

7

5

Pato O’Ward

39.9275

zero.0146

39

105

225.409

Chevy

Arrow McLaren SP

eight

10

Alex Palou

39.9464

zero.0189

79

100

225.302

Honda

Chip Ganassi Racing

9

24

Sage Karam

39.9467

zero.0003

42

67

225.300

Chevy

Dreyer & Reinbold Racing

10

98

Marco Andretti

39.9968

zero.0501

45

90

225.018

Honda

Andretti Herta-Haupert w/Marco & Curb-Agajanian

11

21

Rinus VeeKay

40.0013

zero.0045

24

111

224.993

Chevy

Ed Carpenter Racing

12

27

Alexander Rossi

40.0021

zero.0008

34

104

224.988

Honda

Andretti Autosport

13

06

Helio Castroneves

40.zero223

zero.0202

70

110

224.875

Honda

Meyer Shank Racing

14

15

Graham Rahal

40.0333

zero.zero110

65

127

224.813

Honda

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

15

12

Will Energy

40.0382

zero.0049

67

93

224.785

Chevy

Group Penske

16

28

Ryan Hunter-Reay

40.0389

zero.0007

58

104

224.781

Honda

Andretti Autosport

17

three

Scott McLaughlin

40.1155

zero.0766

87

112

224.352

Chevy

Group Penske

18

26

Colton Herta

40.1222

zero.0067

81

120

224.315

Honda

Andretti Autosport

19

60

Jack Harvey

40.1362

zero.0140

49

114

224.236

Honda

Meyer Shank Racing

20

30

Takuma Sato

40.1683

zero.0321

86

116

224.057

Honda

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

21

18

Ed Jones

40.2063

zero.0380

76

126

223.846

Honda

Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser Sullivan

22

7

Felix Rosenqvist

40.2183

zero.0120

37

116

223.779

Chevy

Arrow McLaren SP

23

86

Juan Pablo Montoya

40.2597

zero.0414

49

61

223.549

Chevy

Arrow McLaren SP

24

16

Simona De Silvestro

40.2604

zero.0007

100

120

223.545

Chevy

Paretta Autosport

25

1

JR Hildebrand

40.2644

zero.0040

50

62

223.523

Chevy

AJ Foyt Enterprises

26

59

Max Chilton

40.3243

zero.0599

64

81

223.190

Chevy

Carlin

27

25

Stefan Wilson

40.3504

zero.0261

78

105

223.046

Honda

Andretti Autosport

28

22

Simon Pagenaud

40.3619

zero.0115

34

80

222.983

Chevy

Group Penske

29

51

Pietro Fittipaldi

40.4320

zero.0701

121

126

222.596

Honda

Dale Coyne Racing w/Rick Ware Racing

30

2

Josef Newgarden

40.4415

zero.0095

20

68

222.544

Chevy

Group Penske

31

four

Dalton Kellett

40.4501

zero.0086

108

119

222.496

Chevy

AJ Foyt Enterprises

32

29

James Hinchcliffe

40.5169

zero.0668

61

97

222.130

Honda

Andretti Steinbrenner Autosport

33

11

Charlie Kimball

40.6791

zero.1622

83

83

221.244

Chevy

AJ Foyt Enterprises

34

45

Santino Ferrucci

41.0793

zero.4002

12

31

219.088

Honda

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

35

75

RC Enerson

No Time

Chevy

Prime Gun Racing

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