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Qualifying times (1) - Montreal.

Complete provisional qualifying times ahead of Sunday's Grand Prix of Montreal.

1. Sebastien Bourdais FRA Newman-Haas Racing Lola-Ford 1min 21.193secs
2. Oriol Servia SPA PKV Racing Lola-Ford 1min 21.523secs
3. Bruno Junqueira BRA Newman-Haas Racing Lola-Ford 1min 21.856secs
4. Justin Wilson GB RuSPORT Lola-Ford 1min 22.085secs
5. Paul Tracy CAN Forsythe Racing Lola-Ford 1min 22.222secs
6. Nelson Philippe FRA CTE Racing - HVM Lola-Ford 1min 22.513secs
7. Andrew Ranger CAN Mi-Jack Conquest Racing Lola-Ford 1min 22.655secs
8. Antonio Pizzonia* BRA Rocketsports Racing Lola-Ford 1min 22.767secs
9. Will Power* AUS Team Australia Lola-Ford 1min 22.796secs
10. Mario Dominguez MEX Dale Coyne Racing Lola-Ford 1min 22.796secs
11. Dan Clarke* GB CTE Racing - HVM Lola-Ford 1min 22.800secs
12. Alex Tagliani CAN Team Australia Lola-Ford 1min 22.803secs
13. Jan Heylen* BEL Dale Coyne Racing Lola-Ford 1min 22.999secs
14. Charles Zwolsman* HOL Mi-Jack Conquest Racing Lola-Ford 1min 23.114secs
15. Katherine Legge* GB PKV Racing Lola-Ford 1min 23.663secs
16. Nicky Pastorelli* HOL Rocketsports Racing Lola-Ford 1min 24.204secs
17. AJ Allmendinger USA Forsythe Racing Lola-Ford No Time

* Denotes Raybestos Rookie of the Year candidate


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