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Mid-Ohio - Saturday practice times

Ryan-Hunter-Reay set the fastest time in the second and final practice session at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, but the session was dominated by a major accident for Justin Wilson.
Ryan Hunter-Reay's time of 1:08.8057s was the fastest time seen so far this weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course ahead of Sunday's Honda Indy 200, putting him just ahead of Scott Dixon and Takuma Sato as the chequered flag came out on the hour-long session.

There was a long full course caution to deal with an accident involving the #22 of Justin Wilson, who was taken to hospital after being removed from his car at turn 2.

Saturday practice times

1. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay 118.141mph 1m 08.8057s after 21 laps
2. #9 Scott Dixon 118.094mph 1m 08.8335s + 0.0278s after 22 laps
3. #5 Takuma Sato 118.023mph 1m 08.8747s + 0.0690s after 29 laps
4. #12 Will Power 117.908mph 1m 08.9419s + 0.1362s after 22 laps
5. #6 Ryan Briscoe 117.714mph 1m 09.0556s + 0.2499s after 20 laps
6. #10 Dario Franchitti 117.692mph 1m 09.0683s + 0.2626s after 16 laps
7. #4 JR Hildebrand 117.527mph 1m 09.1655s + 0.3598s after 22 laps
8. #77 Alex Tagliani 117.260mph 1m 09.3230s + 0.5173s after 19 laps
9. #38 Graham Rahal 117.256mph 1m 09.3254s + 0.5197s after 19 laps
10. #82 Tony Kanaan 117.193mph 1m 09.3623s + 0.5566s after 19 laps
11. #22 Justin Wilson 117.092mph 1m 09.4224s + 0.6167s after 15 laps
12. #06 James Hinchcliffe 116.979mph 1m 09.4894s + 0.6837s after 16 laps
13. #3 Helio Castroneves 116.941mph 1m 09.5122s + 0.7065s after 19 laps
14. #2 Oriol Servia 116.908mph 1m 09.5316s + 0.7259s after 21 laps
15. #26 Marco Andretti 116.878mph 1m 09.5492s + 0.7435s after 21 laps
16. #59 EJ Viso 116.767mph 1m 09.6156s + 0.8099s after 17 laps
17. #78 Simona de Silvestro 116.580mph 1m 09.7271s + 0.9214s after 19 laps
18. #83 Charlie Kimball 116.570mph 1m 09.7331s + 0.9274s after 21 laps
19. #34 Sebastian Saavedra 116.553mph 1m 09.7433s + 0.9376s after 25 laps
20. #27 Mike Conway 116.541mph 1m 09.7506s + 0.9449s after 24 laps
21. #7 Danica Patrick 116.539mph 1m 09.7520s + 0.9463s after 24 laps
22. #17 Martin Plowman 116.254mph 1m 09.9226s + 1.1169s after 25 laps
23. #14 Vitor Meira 116.014mph 1m 10.0676s + 1.2619s after 21 laps
24. #19 Sebastien Bourdais 116.000mph 1m 10.0760s + 1.2703s after 25 laps
25. #18 James Jakes 115.797mph 1m 10.1987s + 1.3930s after 22 laps
26. #24 Ana Beatriz 114.980mph 1m 10.6978s + 1.8921s after 25 laps
27. #67 Ed Carpenter 113.236mph 1m 11.7864s + 2.9807s after 29 laps

Total Laps: 578



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