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Qualifying times (Indy Lights) - St Petersburg.


1. JR Hildebrand AFS/AGR 1m 07.7704s 95.617mph #1
2. Junior Strous Winners Circle 1m 08.8082s 94.175mph
3. Sebastian Saavedra AFS/AGR 1m 07.8171s 95.551mph
4. James Davison Vision 1m 08.9114s 94.034mph
5. James Hinchcliffe Schmidt 1m 08.2292s 94.974mph
6. Jonathan Summerton RLR/Andersen 1m 08.9831s 93.936mph
7. Ana Beatriz Schmidt 1m 08.3678s 94.781mph
8. Jay Howard PBIR 1m 09.1841s 93.663mph
9. Duncan Tappy Genoa 1m 08.4559s 94.659mph
10. Mario Romancini RLR/Andersen 1m 09.2736s 93.542mph
11. Daniel Herrington Herta 1m 08.5370s 94.547mph
12. Charlie Kimball PBIR 1m 09.4608s 93.290mph
13. Stefan Wilson First 1m 08.5533s 94.525mph
14. Ali Jackson Guthrie Meyer 1m 09.6277s 93.066mph
15. Sean Guthrie Guthrie Meyer 1m 08.9675s 93.957mph
16. Wade Cunningham Schmidt 1m 09.9750s 92.605mph
17. Andrew Prendeville Moore 1m 09.0149s 93.893mph
18. Gustavo Yacaman Schmidt 1m 10.2635s 92.224mph
19. Martin Plowman Panther 1m 09.0360s 93.864mph
20. Pippa Mann Panther 1m 11.1512s 91.074mph
21. Logan Gomez Alliance 1m 09.9424s 92.648mph
22. Jesse Mason Guthrie Meyer 1m 11.9236s 90.096mph
23. Brandon Wagner Hamilton/Kingdom 1m 14.8549s 86.567mph
24. Sergey Mokshantsev Stewart 1m 13.2511s 88.463mph
25. Rodrigo Barbosa ELFF 1m 16.7400s 84.441mph
26. Pablo Donoso Stewart 6m 15.4639s 17.259mph
27. Richard Philippe Genoa no time no speed

[#1 denotes qualifying group providing polewinner; groups line up on opposite sides of grid]


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