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Detroit Belle Isle: Practice 3

Scott Dixon put Ganassi top of the timesheets on Saturday morning practice, but he seemed pretty isolated with the Penske and Andretti cars looking set to pounce.
Scott Dixon proved the fastest man out on the 2.07-mile, 14-turn Detroit Belle Isle street course in a chilly and breezy Saturday morning practice, which was beset by three early red flags for spins by Ryan Briscoe, Oriol Servia and Dario Franchitti before things finally settled down.

Practice 3 times

1. #9 Scott Dixon 104.539mph 1:11.2845s after 25 laps
2. #12 Will Power 104.271mph 1:11.4677s + 0.1832s after 26 laps
3. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay 103.960mph 1:11.6814s + 0.3969s after 21 laps
4. #2 Ryan Briscoe 103.700mph 1:11.8612s + 0.5767s after 25 laps
5. #18 Justin Wilson 103.600mph 1:11.9306s + 0.6461s after 17 laps
6. #27 James Hinchcliffe 103.491mph 1:12.0063s + 0.7218s after 22 laps
7. #3 Helio Castroneves 103.426mph 1:12.0512s + 0.7667s after 20 laps
8. #7 Sebastien Bourdais 103.229mph 1:12.1891s + 0.9046s after 23 laps
9. #77 Simon Pagenaud 103.195mph 1:12.2126s + 0.9281s after 23 laps
10. #11 Tony Kanaan 103.120mph 1:12.2654s + 0.9809s after 24 laps
11. #4 JR Hildebrand 103.103mph 1:12.2772s + 0.9927s after 25 laps
12. #38 Graham Rahal 103.009mph 1:12.3431s + 1.0586s after 22 laps
13. #5 EJ Viso 102.857mph 1:12.4503s + 1.1658s after 23 laps
14. #26 Marco Andretti 102.715mph 1:12.5500s + 1.2655s after 19 laps
15. #19 James Jakes 102.489mph 1:12.7103s + 1.4258s after 23 laps
16. #10 Dario Franchitti 102.446mph 1:12.7408s + 1.4563s after 16 laps
17. #83 Charlie Kimball 102.231mph 1:12.8934s + 1.6089s after 25 laps
18. #67 Josef Newgarden 102.225mph 1:12.8977s + 1.6132s after 18 laps
19. #14 Mike Conway 101.950mph 1:13.0949s + 1.8104s after 16 laps
20. #98 Alex Tagliani 101.869mph 1:13.1531s + 1.8686s after 16 laps
21. #8 Rubens Barrichello 101.435mph 1:13.4659s + 2.1814s after 19 laps
22. #78 Simona de Silvestro 101.241mph 1:13.6068s + 2.3223s after 20 laps
23. #15 Takuma Sato 101.236mph 1:13.6104s + 2.3259s after 19 laps
24. #20 Ed Carpenter 99.300mph 1:15.0455s + 3.7610s after 11 laps

No time

25. #22 Oriol Servia (2 laps)

Total Laps: 500



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