Team Penske’s Josef Newgarden starts the Detroit Grand Prix with seven different pole sitters from the opening seven races with a time of 01:15.2153s just ahead of Takuma Sato with 01:15.3490s while Simon Pagenaud is third just ahead of his team-mate Helio Castroneves and Pato O’Ward while David Malukas rounds out the top six for Dale Coyne Racing with a 01:16.6104s.
Arrow McLaren SP’s Felix Rosenqvist in the No.7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet starts Sunday’s Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle from 26th place with a time of 01:18.6291s just behind AJ Foyt Racing’s Dalton Kellett in the No.4 K-Line Insulators Chevrolet who will start from the back due to an engine change.
Tatiana Calderon in the No.11 ROKiT Chevrolet was 24th just behind Graham Rahal and Jimmie Johnson who starts the race from 22nd with a time of 01:17.5499s.
Devlin DeFrancesco starts the race from 21st place while Jack Harvey is 20th in the No.45 Hy-Vee Honda while Christian Lundgaard starts the race from 19th just behind Alex Palou and Santino Ferrucci.
Will Power starts the race from 16th place just behind Kyle Kirkwood just behind Rinus VeeKay and Conor Daly. and Romain Grosjean starts 12th just behind Alexander Rossi and Scott McLaughlin who rounds out the top ten.
Into the Fast 9 was Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC BANK Chip Ganassi Racing Honda who starts the race from P9 and he says that the car is quick but he was frustrated with the lack of track running due to red flags throughout the weekend but feels that the car is competitive and they can do a two-stop strategy.
Marcus Ericsson starts the race from eighth in the No.8 Huski Chocolate Chip Ganassi Racing Honda while Colton Herta starts the race from seventh.