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Mid-Ohio: Practice 2 results

Full practice times from the second practice session on Friday at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, ahead of Sunday afternoon's Honda Indy 200.
Bourdais goes top in second practice

Practice 2 times

1. Sebastien Bourdais (C) 121.639mph 1:06.8271s (17 laps)
2. Carlos Munoz (H) 121.541mph 1:06.8810s + 0.0539s (16 laps)
3. Takuma Sato (H) 121.495mph 1:06.9065s + 0.0794s (13 laps)
4. Justin Wilson (H) 121.220mph 1:07.0583s + 0.2312s (15 laps)
5. Ryan Briscoe (C) 121.173mph 1:07.0840s + 0.2569s (21 laps)
6. Ryan Hunter-Reay (H) 121.155mph 1:07.0943s + 0.2672s (12 laps)
7. Simon Pagenaud (H) 121.131mph 1:07.1077s + 0.2806s (14 laps)
8. Carlos Huertas (H) 120.979mph 1:07.1917s + 0.3646s (19 laps)
9. Mikhail Aleshin (H) 120.932mph 1:07.2178s + 0.3907s (13 laps)
10. Scott Dixon (C) 120.859mph 1:07.2588s + 0.4317s (12 laps)
11. Helio Castroneves (C) 120.812mph 1:07.2846s + 0.4575s (19 laps)
12. James Hinchcliffe (H) 120.731mph 1:07.3298s + 0.5027s (14 laps)
13. Will Power (C) 120.566mph 1:07.4218s + 0.5947s (19 laps)
14. Juan Pablo Montoya (C) 120.500mph 1:07.4590s + 0.6319s (14 laps)
15. Graham Rahal (H) 120.312mph 1:07.5643s + 0.7372s (17 laps)
16. Jack Hawksworth (H) 120.260mph 1:07.5934s + 0.7663s (20 laps)
17. Mike Conway (C) 120.146mph 1:07.6579s + 0.8308s (22 laps)
18. Josef Newgarden (H) 120.116mph 1:07.6748s + 0.8477s (21 laps)
19. Tony Kanaan (C) 119.968mph 1:07.7580s + 0.9309s (19 laps)
20. Marco Andretti (H) 119.719mph 1:07.8989s + 1.0718s (15 laps)
21. Charlie Kimball (C) 119.590mph 1:07.9722s + 1.1451s (15 laps)
22. Sebastian Saavedra (C) 119.556mph 1:07.9916s + 1.1645s (18 laps)

Total Laps: 365



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