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Detroit Belle Isle: Practice 2

After the wet conditions earlier in the day, a drier track tempted the full field out for second practice on Friday at Detroit Belle Isle.
After most of the field had sat out the earlier noon practice session because of heavy rain in the morning, all 25 drivers were putting in time out on track in the later second practice session of the day at Detroit's Belle Isle.

Practice 2 times

1. #12 Will Power 102.313mph 1:12.8355safter 19 laps
2. #18 Justin Wilson 102.174mph 1:12.9343s + 0.0988s after 19 laps
3. #2 Ryan Briscoe 101.918mph 1:13.1176s + 0.2821s after 20 laps
4. #77 Simon Pagenaud 101.915mph 1:13.1195s + 0.2840s after 21 laps
5. #11 Tony Kanaan 101.663mph 1:13.3012s + 0.4657s after 18 laps
6. #9 Scott Dixon 101.652mph 1:13.3087s + 0.4732s after 16 laps
7. #27 James Hinchcliffe 101.373mph 1:13.5110s + 0.6755s after 21 laps
8. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay 101.262mph 1:13.5912s + 0.7557s after 16 laps
9. #3 Helio Castroneves 100.902mph 1:13.8536s + 1.0181s after 23 laps
10. #22 Oriol Servia 100.835mph 1:13.9032s + 1.0677s after 20 laps
11. #14 Mike Conway 100.747mph 1:13.9673s + 1.1318s after 22 laps
12. #10 Dario Franchitti 100.625mph 1:14.0573s + 1.2218s after 13 laps
13. #38 Graham Rahal 100.549mph 1:14.1132s + 1.2777s after 21 laps
14. #7 Sebastien Bourdais 100.535mph 1:14.1236s + 1.2881s after 23 laps
15. #8 Rubens Barrichello 100.408mph 1:14.2174s + 1.3819s after 23 laps
16. #67 Josef Newgarden 100.266mph 1:14.3223s + 1.4868s after 19 laps
17. #26 Marco Andretti 100.100mph 1:14.4458s + 1.6103s after 16 laps
18. #4 JR Hildebrand 99.935mph 1:14.5681s + 1.7326s after 23 laps
19. #5 EJ Viso 99.736mph 1:14.7174s + 1.8819s after 14 laps
20. #83 Charlie Kimball 99.256mph 1:15.0788s + 2.2433s after 22 laps
21. #19 James Jakes 99.033mph 1:15.2476s + 2.4121s after 20 laps
22. #15 Takuma Sato 98.174mph 1:15.9058s + 3.0703s after 15 laps
23. #98 Alex Tagliani 97.516mph 1:16.4184s + 3.5829s after 11 laps
24. #20 Ed Carpenter 96.327mph 1:17.3611s + 4.5256s after 16 laps
25. #78 Simona de Silvestro 92.567mph 1:20.5041s + 7.6686s after 8 laps

Total Laps: 459



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