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Qualifying times: Honda Indy 225.


Qualifying times for the Honda Indy 225 IRL IndyCar Series event on the 1-mile Pikes Peak International Raceway - round 12 of the 2004 Indy Racing League.


1. Tony Kanaan #11 Dallara Honda Andretti Green Racing 174.311mph*
2. Dan Wheldon #26 Dallara Honda Andretti Green Racing 173.586mph
3. Vitor Meira #17 G-Force Honda Rahal-Letterman Racing 173.149mph
4. Dario Franchitti #27 Dallara Honda Andretti Green Racing 172.916mph
5. Helio Castroneves #3 Dallara Toyota Marlboro Team Penske 172.395mph
6. Bryan Herta #7 Dallara Honda Andretti Green Racing 172.308mph
7. Adrian Fernandez #5 G Force HondaFernandez Racing 171.695mph
8. Darren Manning #10 G-Force Toyota Target Chip Ganassi Racing 171.675mph
9. Sam Hornish Jr #6 Dallara Toyota Marlboro Team Penske 171.665mph
10. Scott Dixon #1 G-Force Toyota Target Chip Ganassi Racing 171.445mph
11. Buddy Rice #15 G-Force Honda Team Rahal 171.437mph
12. Felipe Giaffone #24 Dallara Chevrolet Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 169.705mph
13. Tomas Scheckter #4 Dallara Chevrolet Panther Racing 169.424mph
14. Jacques Lazier #20 Dallara Chevrolet Partrick Racing 168.917mph
15. Townsend Bell #2 Dallara Chevrolet Panther Racing 168.388mph
16. Alex Barron #51 Dallara Chevrolet Red Bull Cheever Racing 168.311mph
17. Tora Takagi #12 Dallara Toyota Mo Nunn Racing 168.050mph
18. Mark Taylor #13 G-Force Honda Access Motorsports 167.786mph
19. Scott Sharp #8 Dallara Toyota Kelley Racing 167.666secs
20. Ed Carpenter #52 Dallara Chevrolet Red Bull Cheever Racing 167.230mph
21. AJ Foyt IV #14 Dallara Toyota AJ Foyt Enterprises 165.688secs
22. Kosuke Matsuura #55 G-Force Honda Super Aguri Fernandez Racing No speed


* Starting lineup determined by the practice speeds from the combined practices after qualifying was cancelled due to rain.


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