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Qualifying times (1) - Road America.

1. Sebastien Bourdais FRA Newman-Haas-Lanigan Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 42.385secs
2. Will Power AUS Team Australia Panoz-Ford 1min 43.116secs
3. Neel Jani* SUI PKV Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 43.417secs
4. Dan Clarke GBR Minardi Team USA Panoz-Ford 1min 43.439secs
5. Justin Wilson GBR RSPORTS Panoz-Ford 1min 43.525secs
6. Ryan Dalziel* GBR Pacific Coast Motorsport Panoz-Ford 1min 43.611secs
7. Robert Doornbos* NED Minardi Team USA Panoz-Ford 1min 43.619secs
8. Simon Pagenaud* FRA Team Australia Panoz-Ford 1min 43.637secs
9. Alex Tagliani CAN RSPORTS Panoz-Ford 1min 43.689secs
10. Oriol Servia ESP Forsythe Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 43.710secs
11. Graham Rahal* USA Newman-Haas-Lanigan Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 43.732secs
12. Tristan Gommendy* FRA PKV Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 44.032secs
13. Jan Heylen BEL Conquest Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 44.295secs
14. Bruno Junqueira BRZ Dale Coyne Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 44.326secs
15. Paul Tracy CAN Forsythe Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 44.716secs
16 Alex Figge* USA Pacific Coast Motorsport Panoz-Ford 1min 45.432secs
17. Katherine Legge GBR Dale Coyne Racing Panoz-Ford 1min 46.901secs

[* indicates rookie of the year contender]


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