Team Penske’s Verizon IndyCar Series points leader Simon Pagenaud claimed the P1 Award for Saturday’s Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis and will be joined on the front row by Charlie Kimball in the No.83 Tresiba Chevrolet.
Graham Rahal was the fastest Honda powered car and will start the race from third place I the No.15 Steak N’Shake Honda.
James Hinchcliffe did a fantastic job in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda. Josef Newgarden starts the race from fifth place just ahead AJ Foyt Racing’s Jack Hawksworth.
Tony Kanaan in the No.10 NTT Group Chevrolet starts the race from seventh with Juan Pablo Montoya in eighth for Team Penske.
Reigning series champion Scott Dixon in the No.9 Chip Ganassi Racing Team Chevrolet will line up ninth with KV Racing’s Sébastien Bourdais rounding out the top ten.
Mikhail Aleshin in the No.7 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda starts 11th just ahead of Verizon Team Penske’s Will Power while Max Chilton in the No.8 Gallagher Chevrolet starts from 13th place.
Alexander Rossi in the No.98 Castrol Edge with Curb Honda was the leading Andretti Autosport driver and will start the race from 14th place with Helio Castroneves in the No.3 Team Penske Chevrolet left disappointed in 15th place.
Verizon IndyCar Series rookie Matthew Brabham will start the race from 16th place just ahead of former Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda. JR Hildebrand starts the race 18th place.
Carlos Munoz starts the race from 19th place for Andretti Autosport just ahead of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Spencer Pigot.
Marco Andretti in the No27 Snapple Honda starts from 21st just ahead of Takuma Sato and Alex Tagliani.
Conor Daly and Gabby Chaves round out the grid for Dale Coyne Racing.