The opening day of qualifying for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil is currently under a rain delay as the weather set in. The weather came in when Schmidt Peterson Motorsports was about to complete his qualifying run in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda.
So far, 10 of the 35 entrants have completed their four lap qualifying effort. Carlin Racing Max Chilton believes it will be an hour to an hour an half before the track is anywhere near dry enough for qualifying to continue.
Harding Racing’s driver coach, Al Unser Jr said that he believes that the rain storm will pass quickly through Speedway and for the action to get back underway.