KVSH Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais who will start the afternoon’s Honda Indy Toronto from fifth place was the fastest driver in the final morning warm up. The Frenchman ended the session with a fastest time of 01:01.2130s ending the session just ahead of Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda.
Graham Rahal was third fastest in the No.15 Rousseau Honda with a fastest time of 01:01.2763s with Josef Newgarden who won last time out in Iowa in fourth place.
Helio Castroneves in the No.3 Shell Pennzoil Chevrolet was fifth fastest just ahead of Takuma Sato in the No.14 ABC Supply Co Honda. Mikhail Aleshin was seventh fastest in the No.7 SMP Racing Honda just ahead of Charlie Kimball in the No.83 NovNordisk Chevrolet who was the leading Chip Ganassi Racing Team Chevrolet.
Tony Kanaan in the No.10 NTT DATA Chevrolet was ninth fastest with Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi rounding out the top ten in the No.98 Castrol/EDGE Curb Honda.
Will Power in the No.12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet was 11th fastest with a time of 01:01.6274s while Carlos Munoz was 12th fastest for Andretti Autosport. Spencer Pigot was 14th fastest in the No.20 Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka Chevrolet ending the session just ahead of series points leader Simon Pagenaud in the No.22 PPG Automotive Refinish Chevrolet despite hitting the wall at Turn 8.
Marco Andretti in the No.27 Dr Pepper Honda was 15th fastest while pole sitter Scott Dixon who brought out a brief red flag following a spin was 16th fastest in the No.9 Target Chevrolet.
Juan Pablo Montoya was 17th fastest in the No.2 Devilbiss Chevrolet was 17th fastest just ahead of Conor Daly in the No.18 Jonathan Byrd Hospitality and Restaurant Group who suffered a crash at turn 5 bringing out the red flag.
Jacl Hawksworth was 19th fastest for AJ Foyt Racing just ahead of Max Chilton while home favourite James Hinchcliffe was 21st fastest for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports while Luca Filipi rounded out the order in 22nd place.