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Iowa: Practice 2 results

Juan Pablo Montoya tops the timesheets in a rain-disrupted second practice at Iowa Speedway ahead of qualifying for Saturday's Iowa Corn Indy 300.
Practice 2 times

1. Juan Pablo Montoya (C) 184.619mph 17.4327s (41 laps)
2. Will Power (C) 184.584mph 17.4360s + 0.0033s (52 laps)
3. James Hinchcliffe (H) 184.421mph 17.4514s + 0.0187s (60 laps)
4. Takuma Sato (H) 183.860mph 17.5046s + 0.0719s (67 laps)
5. Scott Dixon (C) 183.616mph 17.5279s + 0.0952s (59 laps)
6. Graham Rahal (H) 183.503mph 17.5387s + 0.1060s (73 laps)
7. Carlos Munoz (H) 183.396mph 17.5489s + 0.1162s (50 laps)
8. Tony Kanaan (C) 183.152mph 17.5723s + 0.1396s (49 laps)
9. Mikhail Aleshin (H) 182.598mph 17.6256s + 0.1929s (54 laps)
10. Marco Andretti (H) 182.071mph 17.6766s + 0.2439s (44 laps)
11. Ryan Hunter-Reay (H) 181.839mph 17.6992s + 0.2665s (47 laps)
12. Josef Newgarden (H) 181.646mph 17.7180s + 0.2853s (67 laps)
13. Ed Carpenter (C) 181.346mph 17.7473s + 0.3146s (60 laps)
14. Ryan Briscoe (C) 181.047mph 17.7766s + 0.3439s (66 laps)
15. Charlie Kimball (C) 180.526mph 17.8279s + 0.3952s (82 laps)
16. Justin Wilson (H) 180.083mph 17.8718s + 0.4391s (62 laps)
17. Helio Castroneves (C) 179.245mph 17.9553s + 0.5226s (51 laps)
18. Sebastien Bourdais (C) 177.813mph 18.0999s + 0.6672s (72 laps)
19. Carlos Huertas (H) 177.427mph 18.1393s + 0.7066s (62 laps)
20. Jack Hawksworth (H) 176.783mph 18.2054s + 0.7727s (49 laps)
21. Sebastian Saavedra (C) 176.696mph 18.2143s + 0.7816s (50 laps)
22. Simon Pagenaud (H) 175.681mph 18.3196s + 0.8869s (51 laps)

Total Laps: 1268



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