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Pocono: Practice 2 results

Will Power took control of practice with a searing 223.348mph lap, but there was a hard crash for Britain's Jack Hawksworth midway through the session.
Practice 2 times

1. Will Power (C) 223.348mph 40.2959s (28 laps)
2. Carlos Munoz (H) 223.007mph 40.3574s + 0.0615s (30 laps)
3. Tony Kanaan (C) 222.528mph 40.4444s + 0.1485s (29 laps)
4. Graham Rahal (H) 222.317mph 40.4827s + 0.1868s (42 laps)
5. Helio Castroneves (C) 222.297mph 40.4863s + 0.1904s (32 laps)
6. Mikhail Aleshin (H) 222.218mph 40.5007s + 0.2048s (45 laps)
7. Takuma Sato (H) 222.215mph 40.5013s + 0.2054s (29 laps)
8. Ryan Briscoe (C) 221.480mph 40.6358s + 0.3399s (20 laps)
9. Juan Pablo Montoya (C) 221.434mph 40.6442s + 0.3483s (32 laps)
10. Marco Andretti (H) 221.361mph 40.6575s + 0.3616s (33 laps)
11. James Hinchcliffe (H) 221.361mph 40.6576s + 0.3617s (26 laps)
12. Ed Carpenter (C) 220.819mph 40.7573s + 0.4614s (34 laps)
13. Charlie Kimball (C) 220.420mph 40.8311s + 0.5352s (32 laps)
14. Ryan Hunter-Reay (H) 220.224mph 40.8674s + 0.5715s (33 laps)
15. Simon Pagenaud (H) 219.677mph 40.9692s + 0.6733s (41 laps)
16. Sebastien Bourdais (C) 219.666mph 40.9713s + 0.6754s (32 laps)
17. Scott Dixon (C) 219.622mph 40.9795s + 0.6836s (31 laps)
18. Josef Newgarden (H) 219.249mph 41.0492s + 0.7533s (39 laps)
19. Jack Hawksworth (H) 218.998mph 41.0962s + 0.8003s (19 laps)
20. Justin Wilson (H) 217.873mph 41.3084s + 1.0125s (30 laps)
21. Sebastian Saavedra (C) 217.531mph 41.3734s + 1.0775s (33 laps)
22. Carlos Huertas (H) 214.938mph 41.8725s + 1.5766s (42 laps)

Total Laps: 712



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