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Qualifying times: Iowa Corn 250.

Complete unofficial qualifying results and starting line-up for the Iowa Corn 250 at the Iowa Speedway.

1. Scott Dixon NZ Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda 17.6486secs
2. Helio Castroneves BRA Marlboro Team Penske Dallara-Honda 17.6571secs
3. Dario Franchitti GB Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 17.6793secs
4. Scott Sharp USA Rahal Letterman Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7114secs
5. Ed Carpenter USA Vision Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7182secs
6. Jeff Simmons USA Rahal Letterman Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7296secs
7. Tony Kanaan BRA Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7307secs
8. Sam Hornish Jr USA Marlboro Team Penske Dallara-Honda 17.7316secs
9. Dan Wheldon GB Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7319secs
10. AJ Foyt IV USA Vision Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7628secs
11. Danica Patrick USA Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7838secs
12. Marco Andretti USA Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7875secs
13. Vitor Meira BRA Panther Racing Dallara-Honda 17.7932secs
14. Tomas Scheckter RSA Vision Racing Dallara-Honda 17.8015secs
15. Darren Manning GB AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara-Honda 17.8191secs
16. Kosuke Matsuura JPN Super Aguri Panther Racing Dallara-Honda 17.8581secs
17. Buddy Rice USA Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Dallara-Honda 18.0013secs
18. Sarah Fisher USA Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Dallara-Honda 18.0169secs
19. Milka Duno* VEN Samax Motorsport Dallara-Honda 18.3670secs

* - Denotes Series Rookie


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