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Qualifying times (Indy Lights): Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds 100.


1. Mario Romancini RLR/Andersen 0m 49.4453s 147.800mph
2. JR Hildebrand AFS/AGR 0m 49.7389s 146.927mph
3. Jonathan Summerton RLR/Andersen 0m 49.8028s 146.739mph
4. Sebastian Saavedra AFS/AGR 0m 49.8661s 146.552mph
5. Wade Cunningham Schmidt 0m 49.9225s 146.387mph
6. Gustavo Yacaman Schmidt 0m 49.9579s 146.283mph
7. James Davison Vision 0m 49.9979s 146.166mph
8. Andrew Prendeville Moore 0m 50.1080s 145.845mph
9. Pippa Mann Panther 0m 50.3388s 145.176mph
10. James Hinchcliffe Schmidt 0m 50.4609s 144.825mph
11. Daniel Herrington Herta 0m 50.9024s 143.569mph
12. Pablo Donoso PBIR 0m 51.3124s 142.422mph
13. Martin Plowman Panther 0m 51.3442s 142.334mph
14. Sergey Mokshantsev Stewart 0m 53.3311s 137.031mph
15. Charlie Kimball PBIR 0m 56.0093s 130.478mph
16. Rodrigo Barbosa ELFF 0m 56.7650s 128.741mph

[ qualifying based on two-lap time total]


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