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Pocono: Qualifying times

Full qualifying times from Pocono Raceway, which will see Andretti Autosport team mates Marco Andretti, Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe on the front row for Sunday's race.
Qualifying format at Pocono consists of one warm-up lap followed by two timed flying laps, the average of which sets the overall qualifying lap speed. The Pocono IndyCar 400 will feature a three-wide starting grid in the style of the Indianapolis 500.

Row 1

1. #25 Marco Andretti Andretti (C) 221.273mph 1:21.3473s
W/U: 219.062mph - L1: 221.170mph (40.6926s) - L2: 221.377mph (40.6547s)

2. #1 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti (C) 220.892mph 1:21.4877s + 0.1404s
W/U: 217.855mph - L1: 220.963mph (40.7308s) - L2: 220.822mph (40.7569s)

3. #27 James Hinchcliffe Andretti (C) 220.431mph 1:21.6583s + 0.3110s
W/U: 219.867mph - L1: 220.124mph (40.8861s) - L2: 220.739mph (40.7722s)

Row 2

4. #12 Will Power Penske (C) 220.286mph 1:21.7118s + 0.3645s
W/U: 217.905mph - L1: 221.069mph (40.7113s) - L2: 219.510mph (41.0005s)

5. #11 Tony Kanaan KV Racing (C) 219.625mph 1:21.9577s + 0.6104s
W/U: 220.031mph - L1: 219.459mph (41.0099s) - L2: 219.792mph (40.9478s)

6. #3 Helio Castroneves Penske (C) 219.581mph 1:21.9742s + 0.6269s
W/U: 219.081mph - L1: 219.767mph (40.9525s) - L2: 219.396mph (41.0217s)

Row 3

7. #9 Scott Dixon Ganassi (H) 219.500mph 1:22.0044s + 0.6571s
W/U: 216.144mph - L1: 219.415mph (41.0182s) - L2: 219.586mph (40.9862s)

8. #14 Takuma Sato AJ Foyt (H) 219.124mph 1:22.1453s + 0.7980s
W/U: 218.473mph - L1: 219.097mph (41.0777s) - L2: 219.151mph (41.0676s)

9. #77 Simon Pagenaud Schmidt (H) 218.859mph 1:22.2448s + 0.8975s
W/U: 217.695mph - L1: 218.691mph (41.1539s) - L2: 219.027mph (41.0909s)

Row 4

10. #78 Simona De Silvestro KV Racing (C) 218.590mph 1:22.3458s + 0.9985s
W/U: 216.785mph - L1: 218.677mph (41.1565s) - L2: 218.503mph (41.1893s)

11. #55 Tristan Vautier Schmidt (H) 218.575mph 1:22.3516s + 1.0043s
W/U: 216.572mph - L1: 218.548mph (41.1808s) - L2: 218.602mph (41.1708s)

12. #7 Sebastien Bourdais Dragon (C) 218.517mph 1:22.3735s + 1.0262s
W/U: 216.833mph - L1: 218.643mph (41.1629s) - L2: 218.390mph (41.2106s)

Row 5

13. #83 Charlie Kimball Ganassi (H) 218.345mph 1:22.4383s + 1.0910s
W/U: 218.054mph - L1: 218.433mph (41.2026s) - L2: 218.257mph (41.2357s)

14. #16 James Jakes RLL (H) 218.240mph 1:22.4780s + 1.1307s
W/U: 216.760mph - L1: 218.216mph (41.2435s) - L2: 218.264mph (41.2345s)

15. #20 Ed Carpenter Ed Carpenter (C) 218.100mph 1:22.5310s + 1.1837s
W/U: 215.539mph - L1: 218.571mph (41.1766s) - L2: 217.631mph (41.3544s)

Row 6

16. #67 Josef Newgarden SFHR (H) 217.832mph 1:22.6324s + 1.2851s
W/U: 216.593mph - L1: 216.907mph (41.4925s) - L2: 218.766mph (41.1399s)

17. #15 Graham Rahal RLL (H) 217.457mph 1:22.7749s + 1.4276s
W/U: 216.533mph - L1: 217.138mph (41.4483s) - L2: 217.777mph (41.3266s)

18. #10 Dario Franchitti Ganassi (H) 217.047mph 1:22.9314s + 1.5841s
W/U: 214.714mph - L1: 216.726mph (41.5270s) - L2: 217.368mph (41.4044s)

Row 7

19. #18 Pippa Mann Dale Coyne (H) 216.980mph 1:22.9570s + 1.6097s
W/U: 215.208mph - L1: 216.721mph (41.5280s) - L2: 217.239mph (41.4290s)

20. #19 Justin Wilson Dale Coyne (H) 216.872mph 1:22.9981s + 1.6508s
W/U: 215.193mph - L1: 217.104mph (41.4547s) - L2: 216.641mph (41.5434s)

21. #6 Sebastian Saavedra Dragon (C) 215.570mph 1:23.4997s + 2.1524s
W/U: 215.425mph - L1: 214.377mph (41.9821s) - L2: 216.776mph (41.5176s)

Row 8

22. #5 EJ Viso Andretti-HVM (C) No time Accident
W/U: 216.828mph - L1: 219.952mph (40.9180s)

23. #98 Alex Tagliani BHA (H) No time Accident
W/U: 216.622mph

24. #4 Ryan Briscoe Panther (C) No time Did not qualify



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Helio Castroneves in action at Pocono Raceway on Saturday, July 6 2013. (Photo Credit: Chris Owens for IndyCar Media)
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Ryan Hunter-Reay on pit road at Pocono Raceway on Saturday, July 6 2013.(Photo Credit: Chris Owens for IndyCar Media)
Marco Andretti on pit road at Pocono Raceway on Saturday, July 6 2013.(Photo Credit: Chris Owens for IndyCar Media)
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