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Indianapolis: Practice 2 results

Results from the second practice session for the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis, on the new road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Dixon fastest on opening day at Indianapolis

Practice 2 times

1. #9 Scott Dixon (C) 124.606mph 1:10.4654s (16 laps)
2. #77 Simon Pagenaud (H) 124.572mph 1:10.4845s + 0.0191s (21 laps)
3. #12 Will Power (C) 124.426mph 1:10.5672s + 0.1018s (21 laps)
4. #7 Mikhail Aleshin (H) 124.248mph 1:10.6681s + 0.2027s (19 laps)
5. #27 James Hinchcliffe (H) 124.094mph 1:10.7558s + 0.2904s (18 laps)
6. #15 Graham Rahal (H) 124.036mph 1:10.7893s + 0.3239s (22 laps)
7. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay (H) 124.028mph 1:10.7937s + 0.3283s (17 laps)
8. #19 Justin Wilson (H) 124.020mph 1:10.7980s + 0.3326s (14 laps)
9. #25 Marco Andretti (H) 123.997mph 1:10.8113s + 0.3459s (18 laps)
10. #10 Tony Kanaan (C) 123.986mph 1:10.8175s + 0.3521s (19 laps)
11. #83 Charlie Kimball (C) 123.985mph 1:10.8180s + 0.3526s (15 laps)
12. #11 Sebastien Bourdais (C) 123.983mph 1:10.8194s + 0.3540s (18 laps)
13. #2 Juan Pablo Montoya (C) 123.893mph 1:10.8707s + 0.4053s (18 laps)
14. #3 Helio Castroneves (C) 123.837mph 1:10.9026s + 0.4372s (18 laps)
15. #98 Jack Hawksworth (H) 123.757mph 1:10.9485s + 0.4831s (15 laps)
16. #34 Carlos Munoz (H) 123.647mph 1:11.0120s + 0.5466s (19 laps)
17. #8 Ryan Briscoe (C) 123.639mph 1:11.0167s + 0.5513s (21 laps)
18. #67 Josef Newgarden (H) 123.628mph 1:11.0230s + 0.5576s (16 laps)
19. #14 Takuma Sato (H) 123.598mph 1:11.0400s + 0.5746s (19 laps)
20. #17 Sebastian Saavedra (C) 123.375mph 1:11.1683s + 0.7029s (14 laps)
21. #41 Martin Plowman (H) 123.362mph 1:11.1760s + 0.7106s (19 laps)
22. #26 Franck Montagny (H) 123.245mph 1:11.2437s + 0.7783s (22 laps)
23. #16 Oriol Servia (H) 122.987mph 1:11.3928s + 0.9274s (18 laps)
24. #18 Carlos Huertas (H) 122.977mph 1:11.3987s + 0.9333s (16 laps)
25. #20 Mike Conway (C) 122.685mph 1:11.5687s + 1.1033s (19 laps)

Total Laps: 452

Thursday practice combined times

1. #9 Scott Dixon (C) 124.606mph 1:10.4654s Practice 2 (31 laps)
2. #77 Simon Pagenaud (H) 124.572mph 1:10.4845s Practice 2 (36 laps)
3. #11 Sebastien Bourdais (C) 124.518mph 1:10.5150s Practice 1 (39 laps)
4. #12 Will Power (C) 124.426mph 1:10.5672s Practice 2 (38 laps)
5. #7 Mikhail Aleshin (H) 124.248mph 1:10.6681s Practice 2 (34 laps)
6. #27 James Hinchcliffe (H) 124.094mph 1:10.7558s Practice 2 (32 laps)
7. #15 Graham Rahal (H) 124.036mph 1:10.7893s Practice 2 (42 laps)
8. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay (H) 124.028mph 1:10.7937s Practice 2 (29 laps)
9. #19 Justin Wilson (H) 124.020mph 1:10.7980s Practice 2 (27 laps)
10. #25 Marco Andretti (H) 123.997mph 1:10.8113s Practice 2 (29 laps)
11. #10 Tony Kanaan (C) 123.986mph 1:10.8175s Practice 2 (32 laps)
12. #83 Charlie Kimball (C) 123.985mph 1:10.8180s Practice 2 (28 laps)
13. #2 JuanPablo Montoya (C) 123.893mph 1:10.8707s Practice 2 (32 laps)
14. #3 Helio Castroneves (C) 123.837mph 1:10.9026s Practice 2 (32 laps)
15. #98 Jack Hawksworth (H) 123.757mph 1:10.9485s Practice 2 (29 laps)
16. #34 Carlos Munoz (H) 123.647mph 1:11.0120s Practice 2 (29 laps)
17. #8 Ryan Briscoe (C) 123.639mph 1:11.0167s Practice 2 (33 laps)
18. #67 Josef Newgarden (H) 123.635mph 1:11.0188s Practice 1 (31 laps)
19. #14 Takuma Sato (H) 123.598mph 1:11.0400s Practice 2 (31 laps)
20. #17 Sebastian Saavedra (C) 123.375mph 1:11.1683s Practice 2 (31 laps)
21. #41 Martin Plowman (H) 123.362mph 1:11.1760s Practice 2 (37 laps)
22. #26 Franck Montagny (H) 123.245mph 1:11.2437s Practice 2 (33 laps)
23. #16 Oriol Servia (H) 122.987mph 1:11.3928s Practice 2 (32 laps)
24. #18 Carlos Huertas (H) 122.977mph 1:11.3987s Practice 2 (34 laps)
25. #20 Mike Conway (C) 122.685mph 1:11.5687s Practice 2 (35 laps)

Total Laps for Combined Sessions: 816



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