Marcus Ericsson the defending Indianapolis 500 winner in the No.8 Huski Spritz Chip Ganassi Racing Honda kept the team at the head of the field just like Wednesday, with the Swede setting a speed of 229.607MPH while Scott Dixon was second just like on Wednesday in the No.9 PNC Bank Honda having set a speed of 229.186MPH.
It was a great session for Simon Pagenaud, ending the day in third place with a 228.681MPH. Will Power was the fastest Chevrolet in fourth place in the No.12 Verizon 5G Chevrolet with a speed of 228.577MPH.
Colton Herta was fifth for Andretti Autosport, just ahead of Ed Carpenter RAcing’s Conor Daly and Takuma Sato. Pato O’Ward had a near miss with RC Enerson coming off pit-road. Alex Palou was ninth just ahead of Alexander Rossi who set a 227.713MPH. It was another great day for AJ Foyt Racing’s Santino Ferrucci who ended the day in 11th place.
Graham Rahal in the No.15 United Rentals Honda for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing had a great session with a speed of 226.973MPH. It was a great session for Tony Kanaan in the No.66 Arrow McLaren as he was P13 with a speed of 226.973MPH just ahead of Kyle Kirkwood.
Juncos Hollinger Racing’s Agustin Canapino had a great day as he ended the day in 15th place with a speed of 226.648MPH just ahead of Felix Rosenqvist and Helio Castroneves and Marco Andretti. Sting Ray Robb was 19th just ahead of Josef Newgarden and Jack Harvey was 21st just ahead of Ryan Hunter Reay and David Malukas.
Scott McLaughlin was 24th just ahead of Romain Grosjean and Benjamin Pedersen. Christian Lundgaard was 27th for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing just ahead of Abel Motorsports RC Enerson who set a speed of 225.112MPH while Devlin DeFrancesco rounded out the top 30.
Rinus VeeKay and Ed Carpenter were 31st and 32nd respectively while Callum Ilott and Katherine Legge rounded out the order.