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Detroit: Qualifying 2 results

Full qualifying times and provisional starting grid for race 2 of the Verizon IndyCar Series Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit Belle Isle.
Sato claims pole for Detroit race 2

Qualifying 2 times

Group 1

1. #27 James Hinchcliffe (H) 110.771mph 1:16.3739s (8 laps)
2. #20 Mike Conway (C) 110.073mph 1:16.8580s + 0.4841s (7 laps)
3. #34 Carlos Munoz (H) 109.964mph 1:16.9340s + 0.5601s (6 laps)
4. #12 Will Power (C) 109.828mph 1:17.0297s + 0.6558s (7 laps)
5. #67 Josef Newgarden (H) 109.684mph 1:17.1310s + 0.7571s (8 laps)
6. #18 Carlos Huertas (H) 109.210mph 1:17.4651s + 1.0912s (7 laps)
7. #15 Graham Rahal (H) 109.028mph 1:17.5948s + 1.2209s (7 laps)
8. #7 Mikhail Aleshin (H) 108.306mph 1:18.1119s + 1.7380s (7 laps)
9. #25 Marco Andretti (H) 108.209mph 1:18.1820s + 1.8081s (7 laps)
10. #83 Charlie Kimball (C) 108.202mph 1:18.1871s + 1.8132s (7 laps)
11. #9 Scott Dixon (C) 106.474mph 1:19.4557s + 3.0818s (5 laps)

Total Laps: 76

Group 2

1. #14 Takuma Sato (H) 111.115mph 1:16.1371s (5 laps)
2. #3 Helio Castroneves (C) 110.788mph 1:16.3624s + 0.2253s (5 laps)
3. #8 Ryan Briscoe (C) 110.533mph 1:16.5382s + 0.4011s (5 laps)
4. #77 Simon Pagenaud (H) 110.079mph 1:16.8539s + 0.7168s (5 laps)
5. #17 Sebastian Saavedra (C) 109.772mph 1:17.0688s + 0.9317s (5 laps)
6. #11 Sebastien Bourdais (C) 109.706mph 1:17.1155s + 0.9784s (4 laps)
7. #19 Justin Wilson (H) 109.634mph 1:17.1660s + 1.0289s (5 laps)
8. #2 Juan Pablo Montoya (C) 109.447mph 1:17.2979s + 1.1608s (5 laps)
9. #10 Tony Kanaan (C) 109.389mph 1:17.3386s + 1.2015s (5 laps)
10. #98 Jack Hawksworth (H) 109.278mph 1:17.4172s + 1.2801s (5 laps)
11. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay * (H) No Time (0 laps)

Total Laps: 49
Pursuant to Rule 8.3.5, best 2 lap times of #28 invalidated in session

Unofficial starting grid

1. #14 Takuma Sato (H) Group 2
2. #27 James Hinchcliffe (H) Group 1
3. #3 Helio Castroneves (C) Group 2
4. #20 Mike Conway (C) Group 1
5. #8 Ryan Briscoe (C) Group 2
6. #34 Carlos Munoz (H) Group 1
7. #77 Simon Pagenaud (H) Group 2
8. #12 Will Power (C) Group 1
9. #17 Sebastian Saavedra (C) Group 2
10. #67 Josef Newgarden (H) Group 1
11. #11 Sebastien Bourdais (C) Group 2
12. #18 Carlos Huertas (H) Group 1
13. #19 Justin Wilson (H) Group 2
14. #15 Graham Rahal (H) Group 1
15. #2 Juan Pablo Montoya (C) Group 2
16. #7 Mikhail Aleshin (H) Group 1
17. #10 Tony Kanaan (C) Group 2
18. #25 Marco Andretti (H) Group 1
19. #98 Jack Hawksworth (H) Group 2
20. #83 Charlie Kimball (C) Group 1
21. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay (H) Group 2
22. #9 Scott Dixon (C) Group 1



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