Andretti Global’s Colton Herta in the No.26 Gainbridge Honda will start Sunday’s Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix from pole position after setting a fastest time of 01:00.5475s and starts the race just ahead of championship leader Alex Palou in the No.10 DHL Chip Ganassi Racing Honda who set a time of 01:00.6995s.

Indianapolis 500 winner Josef Newgarden starts the race from third place alongside his teammate Scott McLaughlin in the No.3 Gallagher Team Penske Chevrolet.

Scott Dixon, in the No.9 PNC Bank Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, scored his best qualifying result of the season, lining up in fifth place after a 01:01.3905s. Kyle Kirkwood, who was involved in an altercation with AJ Foyt Racing’s Santino Ferrucci on Saturday morning, rounds out the Firestone Fast six.

Theo Pourchaire is the highest-placed Arrow McLaren driver, starting the race from seventh with a time of 01:00.7342s, just ahead of Team Penske’s Will Power.

Marcus Ericsson starts the race from ninth place with a time of 01:00.8505s, while Santino Ferrucci did a fantastic job for AJ Foyt Racing as he begins the race from tenth place in the No.14 Sexton Properties Chevrolet with a time of 01:01.0351s.

Christian Lundgaard and Pato O’Ward rounded out the Firestone Fast 12. Christian Rasmussen starts the race in 13th place just ahead of Graham Rahal and Romain Grosjean who starts 15th. Pietro Fittipaldi starts the race from 16th place while Alexander Rossi starts the race from 17th place just ahead of Agustin Canapino.

Rinus VeeKay starts the race from 19th while Marcus Armstrong rounds out the top twenty. Linus Lundqvist starts the race from 21st place just ahead of Felix Rosenqvist while Kyffin Simpson qualified in 23rd place but also has a six-place penalty. Sting Ray Robb starts the race from 24th place just ahead of Tristan Vautier while Helio Castroneves and Jack Harvey rounded out the grid.


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