Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Takuma Sato in the No.30 ABeam Honda will start tomorrow’s NTT IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, the DXC Technology 600 from pole position.

The Japanese driver set a two lap average of 220.250MPH and is joined on the front row by defending NTT IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Honda for Chip Ganassi Racing.

The Iceman set a two lap average of 220.162MPH.

Dale Coyne with Vasser Sullivan Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais in the No.18 Team SealMaster Honda starts the race from third place just ahead of Ryan Hunter Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda.

Simon Pagenaud in the No.22 DXC Technology Chevrolet for Team Penske was the fastest Chevrolet starting the race from fifth place just ahead of Spencer Pigot and current points leader Josef Newgarden.

James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda starts the race from eighth place just ahead of Graham Rahal’s No.15 Fleet Cost & Care Honda.

Harding Steinbrenner Racing’s Colton Herta in the No.88 GESS Capstone Honda rounds out the top ten.

Alexander Rossi in the No.27 GESS Capstone Honda for Andretti Autosport starts the race from 11th place just ahead of team mate Zach Veach in the No.26 Gainbridge Honda.

Ed Carpenter starts the race from 13th place in the No.20 Autogeek Chevrolet.

Marcus Ericsson in the No.7 Arrow Electronics Honda starts the race from 14th place for Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports with a speed of 217.953MPH.

It was a disappointing qualifying for Will Power in the No.12 Verizon Chevrolet for Team Penske as he starts the races from 15th place with an average speed of 217.899MPH.

Felix Rosenqvist starts the race from 16th place just ahead of Charlie Kimball and Santino Ferrucci.

Speaking following the qualifying session, Ferrucci said:

Our Cly-Del Manufacturing car has been good all day and in practice yesterday,” said Ferrucci. “I don’t know what quite went wrong for us in qualifying today, but we have something much stronger than what our qualifying result shows. The second you go through Turns 1 and 2 the first time, and the car is doing something you’re not quite expecting you just want to hold on and finish your run and keep it in one piece. That’s just what we did. Now there’s nothing we can do but race and I’m confident we have a good race car for tomorrow night.

Conor Daly in the No.59 Gallagher starts the race from 19th place for Carlin just ahead of Mathues Matt  Leist.

Marco Andretti in the No.98 US Concrete Honda and Tony Kanaan round out the grid.

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