Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Honda was fastest on Carb Day, the final practice session before Sunday’s 108th running the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

The Iceman set a fastest speed of 277.206MPH ending the session just ahead of four-time Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves who set a 226.939MPH. The pair start the race alongside one another.

Pato O’Ward was third fastest and the lead Chevrolet car with a 226.666MPH just ahead of Andretti Global’s Colton Herta in the No.26 Gainbridge Honda who set a 226.220MPH.

Tom Blomqvist who makes his Indy 500 debut this weekend was fifth with a speed of 225.450MPH.

Marcus Ericsson who starts the race from 32nd place was sixth with a 225.418MPH.

It was a great session for Juncos Hollinger Racing as Agustin Canapino was seventh with a speed of 225.320MPH just ahead of Felix Rosenqvist who made it three Meyer Shank Racing cars in the top ten with a 225.310MPH.

Series points leader Alex Palou in the No.10 DHL Chip Ganassi Racing Honda was 9th fastest with a speed of 225.302MPH.

It was a great day for Ryan Hunter-Reay in the No.23 VensureHR Dreyer and Reinbold Racing with Cusick Motorsports Chevrolet as he rounded out the top ten with a speed of 225.124MPH.

Callum Ilott was 11th for Arrow McLaren with a speed of 225.075MPH just ahead of Kyffin Simpson and Kyle Larson who brought out the sessions only caution due to running out of fuel.

Takuma Sato was 14th just ahead of Pietro Fittipaldi and Marcus Armstrong.

Graham Rahal in the No.15 United Rentals RLL Honda set a fastest speed of 224.353MPH ending up just ahead of Marco Andretti and Christian Lundgaard.

Polesitter Scott McLaughlin was 20th in the No.3 Pennzoil Team Penske Chevrolet with a speed of 224.264MPH just ahead of Will Power in the No.12 Verizon Business Chevrolet.

Conor Daly in the No.24 Polkadot Dreyer and Reinbold Racing with Cusick Motorsports Chevrolet was 22nd just ahead of Kyle Kirkwood and Santino Ferrucci while Romain Grosjean was 25th just ahead of Alexander Rossi and Christian Rasmussen.

Sting Ray Robb was 28th just ahead of Ed Carpenter and Rinus VeeKay.

Katherine Legge in the No.51 e.l.f Honda was 31st for Dale Coyne Racing with RWR just ahead of defending Indianapolis 500 winner Josef Newgarden who set a speed of 222.847MPH.

Linus Lundqvist in the No.8 Be The One American Legion Chip Ganassi Racing Honda rounded out the order with a 222.940MPH.

Next up – The 108th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

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