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Honda Indy Toronto - Qualifying times

Justin Wilson secured his first ever IndyCar pole position on the streets of Toronto, breaking the dominating run of Penske.
1. Justin Wilson Dreyer & Reinbold 1m00.2710s
2. Will Power Penske + 0.1853
3. Helio Castroneves Penske + 0.5449
4. Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti + 0.5687
5. Dario Franchitti Ganassi + 0.6767
6. Scott Dixon Ganassi + 0.6831
7. Ryan Briscoe Penske + 0.6431
8. Tony Kanaan Andretti + 0.6502
9. Alex Tagliani FAZZT + 0.7286
10. Marco Andretti Andretti + 0.9587
11. Raphael Matos de Ferran Dragon + 1.0110
12. Danica Patrick Andretti + 1.1870
13. Ernesto Viso KV + 1.1377 Group 1
14. Graham Rahal Newman/Haas + 1.4314 Group 2
15. Dan Wheldon Panther + 1.4216 Group 1
16. Bertrand Baguette Conquest + 1.5362 Group 2
17. Mario Romancini Conquest + 1.6865 Group 1
18. Takuma Sato KV + 1.5420 Group 2
19. Tomas Scheckter Dreyer & Reinbold + 1.7716 Group 1
20. Mario Moraes KV + 1.8243 Group 2
21. Simona de Silvestro HVM + 1.7837 Group 1
22. Hideki Mutoh Newman/Haas + 1.8743 Group 2
23. Alex Lloyd Dale Coyne + 2.3432 Group 1
24. Paul Tracy KV + 2.2677 Group 2
25. Milka Duno Dale Coyne no time Group 1
26. Vitor Meira Foyt + 2.8031 Group 2

Notes: initial qualifying was in two groups, the times of which were interleaved to set positions 13 onwards. The Top 12 then ran to set positions six through 12 before a final Fast Six shootout to decide the top six positions.



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