2022 Indianapolis 500

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway
May 29, 2022

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Race Top Five

RankDriverCar No.Laps LedPoints
1Marcus Ericsson813109
2Pato O'Ward52687
3Tony Kanaan1678
4Felix Rosenqvist7-69
5Alexander Rossi27-60

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RankDriverCar No.StartLapsTotal TimeLaps LedStatusPointsAvg. SpeedPit Stops
1Marcus Ericsson8520002:51:00.643213Running109175.4286
2Pato O'Ward5720002:51:02.436126Running87175.3976
3Tony Kanaan1620002:51:04.16056Running78175.3676
4Felix Rosenqvist7820002:51:04.7699-Running69175.3576
5Alexander Rossi272020002:51:05.6236-Running60175.3426
6Conor Daly201820002:51:05.72317Running57175.3416
7Helio Castroneves062720002:51:07.2046-Running52175.3156
8Simon Pagenaud601620002:51:07.7369-Running48175.3066
9Alex Palou10220002:51:08.887847Running56175.2879
10Santino Ferrucci231520002:51:10.4761-Running40175.2606
11Juan Pablo Montoya63020002:51:11.4079-Running38175.2446
12JR Hildebrand111720002:51:12.2986-Running36175.2297
13Josef Newgarden21420002:51:12.4708-Running34175.2267
14Graham Rahal152120002:51:13.0685-Running32175.2156
15Will Power121120002:51:13.9468-Running32175.2007
16David Malukas181320002:51:14.2715-Running28175.1956
17Kyle Kirkwood142820002:51:15.2296-Running26175.1797
18Christian Lundgaard303120002:51:16.9740-Running24175.1497
19Ed Carpenter33420002:51:17.2034-Running31175.1626
20Devlin DeFrancesco292420002:51:17.4650-Running20175.1586
21Scott Dixon9120002:51:18.767095Running33175.1187
22Marco Andretti982320002:51:25.84343Running17174.9988
23Sage Karam242219902:50:20.9846-Running14175.2286
24Jack Harvey453219902:51:18.5006-Running12174.2479
25Takuma Sato511019902:51:22.7862-Running13174.1757
26Stefan Wilson253319802:51:20.1536-Running10173.3448
27Dalton Kellett42919802:51:20.2692-Running10173.3598
28Jimmie Johnson481219302:40:00.72352Contact12180.9247
29Scott McLaughlin32615002:03:26.7790-Contact10182.2654
30Colton Herta262512901:51:26.1386-Mechanical10173.6436
31Romain Grosjean28910501:26:22.6269-Contact14182.3402
32Callum Ilott77196800:53:49.6095-Contact10189.4971
33Rinus VeeKay2133800:26:45.42921Contact21213.0271
— Race: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Race Notes:

  • The 2022 edition of the Indianapolis 500 was 200 laps on the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval totaling 500 miles.
  • The pit road speed was 60 mph and each team had 125 gallons of Speedway E85 fuel per car for the race. The fuel window was approximately 30–35 laps under green-flag conditions.
  • The green flag to start the race was shown on the fourth time past the flag stand. The pace speed on the parade laps was approximately 75, 85, 95 and 105 mph. The pace car was driven by nine-time Indy 500 starter and former team owner Sarah Fisher. In case of inclement weather, the race would have become official after 101 laps.
  • Ten minutes before the green flag, the ambient temperature was 76 degrees with 59% relative humidity, south-southwest winds at 11 mph and sunny skies. The track temperature was 105 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • At 12:38 p.m., Indianapolis Motor Speedway Chairman Roger Penske gave the command to start engines. All cars started and rolled off pit road and onto the track for the pace laps.
  • Pole sitter Scott Dixon led the field into Turn 1 but teammate Alex Palou passed Dixon for the lead in Turn 3, setting up a back-and-forth lead exchange that would characterize the opening segment of the race.
  • In the midst of the first round of green-flag pit stops, Rinus VeeKay brought out the first caution of the race on Lap 39 when his No. 21 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet did a quarter spin an made right rear contact in Turn 2. VeeKay was able to exit his race car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team, and he was later checked and released from the infield car center.
  • The race returned to green on Lap 46 with Palou leading, although he and Dixon continued to trade the lead until Lap 70 when the race's second full-course caution period began, again during a green-flag pit stop cycle. The No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet of Callum Ilott spun and made heavy contact in Turn 2. Ilott was later checked and released from the infield care center.
  • When the caution came out, Palou had committed to pit but the pits closed due to the caution just before the commit line, forcing Palou to travel through without taking service. Due to a low fuel situation, Palou then took emergency service in a closed pit which forced the No. 10 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda — one of the dominate players early in the race — to take the restart from the rear of the field.
  • The second caution set up a lead-change battle between Dixon and Ed Carpenter Racing's Conor Daly. Dixon lead at the halfway point with a half-second lead over Daly.
  • With Daly having just pitted to kick off the third round of stops, the race's fourth caution began when the No. 28 Andretti Autosport Honda of Romain Grosjean spun and made contact in Turn 2 on Lap 105. The leaders at the time were Dixon, Pato O'Ward, Marcus Ericsson, Tony Kanaan and Santino Ferrucci.
  • Daly led the field when green-flag racing resumed on Lap 112, but soon gave it back to Dixon who then was passed briefly by O'Ward. Dixon took over on Lap 114 and continued to lead until Lap 141 when the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Honda made its penultimate pit stop.
  • Following the pit stop cycle, O'Ward emerged as the leader and was out front when the race's fourth caution period began on Lap 152, when the No. 3 Team Penske Chevrolet of Scott McLaughlin made contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 3. The car continued across the short chute between Turns 3 and 4 and made secondary impact in Turn 4. McLaughlin was able to exit his race car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team. Completing the top five behind O'Ward at the time of the caution were Dixon, Felix Rosenqvist, Daly and Ferrucci.
  • O'Ward led the field to the green flag on the Lap 158 restart and traded the lead with Dixon until Lap 175, when Dixon pitted from the lead for the final time. Dixon locked up when he entered pit road and was later judged to have committed a pit speed violation by Race Control, earning the six-time series champion a drive-through penalty and dropping him out of contention.
  • Following the pit stop sequence, Ericsson emerged as the race leader on Lap 189 and held a 3.2869-second lead over O'Ward on Lap 190.
  • On Lap 194, contact involving Ericsson's teammate Jimmie Johnson brought out the race's fifth caution period. The No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Johnson spun and made contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2. With six laps remaining, INDYCAR officials elected to display a red flag, bringing all cars to pit road while the track was cleared. Ericsson, O'Ward, Kanaan, Rosenqvist and Alexander Rossi comprised the top five during the red flag.
  • Seven minutes and 57 seconds later, engines were refired. At the conclusion of Lap 198, Ericsson led the field off Turn 4 to the start-finish line.
  • On Lap 199, Ericsson took the white flag with a 0.0445-second lead over O'Ward.
  • On the final lap, Sage Karam brought out the race's sixth and final caution when his No. 24 Dreyer & Reinbold Chevrolet spun and made contact on the backstretch.
  • Ericsson took the checkered flag under caution to win the 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500.
  • The achievement marked Ericsson's first Indianapolis 500 victory in his fourth career start. His previous results were 23rd in 2019 with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, 32nd in 2020 and 11th in 2021, both with Chip Ganassi Racing.
  • Ericsson became the second Swedish driver to win the Indy 500. Kenny Brack was the first, winning in 1999 for AJ Foyt Racing.
  • It was the fifth "500" victory for Chip Ganassi Racing. The team's previous wins came in 2000 with Juan Pablo Montoya, 2008 with Scott Dixon, and 2010 and 2012 with Dario Franchitti. Team owner Chip Ganassi was also a co-entrant with Pat Patrick on the 1989 winner car driven by Emerson Fittipaldi.
  • Ericsson became the eighth Indianapolis 500 winner to start from the fifth position. Buddy Lazier was the last winner from the fifth starting spot in 1996.
  • Winning at the age of 31, Ericsson was the same age as Al Unser was in 1970 when he earned his first win at the Brickyard.
  • Ericsson drove the No. 8 car to victory and was the fourth "500" winner to carry that number. The last driver to win in the No. 8 was Pat Flaherty in 1956. Other winners in the No. 8 were Joe Dawson in 1912 and Louis Meyer in 1936.
  • Having led the race for 13 laps, Ericsson had the fewest laps led by a race winners since Montoya led nine laps in 2015.
  • Since records began being kept in 1951, this is the 14th time that the "500" winner has recorded the fasted lap of the race. Ericsson's fastest lap was 224.852 mph on Lap 179.
  • There were 38 lead changes among nine drivers, the third-highest lead change total in the history of the Indy 500. The only years with more lead changes were 2013 with 68 and 2016 with 54.
  • Dixon led a race-high 95 laps, setting an all-time record for Indianapolis 500 career lap sled with 665. The previous record was 644 by four-time winner Al Unser. Dixon broke Unser's record by leading Lap 133. Dixon surpassed both Unser and Ralph DePalma, as DePalma was second on the list entering the event with 612.
  • Dixon joined an elite group of four drivers who have stood atop the all-time lap leaders list for the Indy 500: Ray Harroun in 1911, Ralph DePalma from 1912 to 1986, Al Unser from 1987 to 2021 and Dixon in 2022.
  • Dixon led the most laps in the "500" for the sixth time in his career, extending his event record. He also led the most laps in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2015 and 2020.
  • Dixon led 12 times, extending his Indianapolis 500 record for times led to 70.
  • Dixon and Kanaan each led laps, extending their shared all-time record of leading in 15 starts.
  • There were 27 cars running at the finish, tied for the second-highest total in Indy 500 history. The record is 30, in 2021. There were also 27 cars running at the finish in the rain-shortened 1976 race, which completed only 102 laps.
  • With 22 cars on the leap lap at the finish, the 2022 race tied the event record set in 2021.
  • All five drivers for Chip Ganassi Racing — Dixon, Palou, Ericsson, Kanaan and Johnson — led at least one lap, tying an event record set by Andretti Autosport in 2013.
  • The red flag on Lap 196 was the 12th in the race's history. The previous 11 times were in 1964, 1966, 1967 (after the winner took the checkered flag), 1970, 1973 (two occurrences), 1982, 1986, 2014, 2017 and 2019.
  • The race marked the 15th Indy 500 victory for a Honda-powered car, second all time to Offenhauser engines which powered 27 winners.
  • David Malukas finished 16th, the top rookie finisher.
  • Championship points after the 2022 Indianapolis 500:
    1. Ericsson 226
    2. O'Ward 213 (-13)
    3. Palou 212 (-14)
    4. Power 202 (-24)
    5. Newgarden 174 (-52)
    6. Dixon 166 (-60)
    7. McLaughlin 162 (-64)
    8. Pagenaud 157 (-69)
    9. Rosenqvist 154 (-72)
    10. Herta 142 (-84)

Practice 9

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Tony Kanaan100:39.627715227.11446--.------.----
2Marcus Ericsson800:39.64688227.004300.01910.0191
3Takuma Sato5100:39.67579226.839450.04800.0289
4Scott Dixon900:39.70078226.696350.07300.0250
5Sage Karam2400:39.732236226.517610.10450.0315
6Will Power1200:39.817446226.032530.18970.0852
7Jimmie Johnson4800:39.827629225.974490.19990.0102
8Pato O'Ward500:39.866125225.756420.23840.0385
9Marco Andretti9800:39.873555225.714610.24580.0074
10Felix Rosenqvist700:39.88226225.665610.25450.0087
11Conor Daly2000:39.902844225.548450.27510.0206
12Christian Lundgaard3000:39.911858225.497610.28410.0090
13Scott McLaughlin300:39.914640225.481560.28690.0028
14Alex Palou1000:39.92294225.435490.29520.0083
15Stefan Wilson2500:39.93028225.393450.30250.0073
16Juan Pablo Montoya600:39.935426225.364410.30770.0052
17David Malukas1800:39.987518225.070350.35980.0521
18Helio Castroneves0600:40.00526224.971410.37750.0177
19Kyle Kirkwood1400:40.028633224.839600.40090.0234
20Colton Herta2600:40.056733224.682430.42900.0281
21Simon Pagenaud6000:40.097741224.452520.47000.0410
22JR Hildebrand1100:40.130234224.270400.50250.0325
23Josef Newgarden200:40.149237224.164620.52150.0190
24Callum Ilott7700:40.150259224.158680.52250.0010
25Alexander Rossi2700:40.229417223.717560.60170.0792
26Jack Harvey4500:40.324440223.190580.69670.0950
27Romain Grosjean2800:40.33528223.130560.70750.0108
28Graham Rahal1500:40.35199223.038530.72420.0167
29Santino Ferrucci2300:40.389646222.830540.76190.0377
30Devlin DeFrancesco2900:40.48048222.330420.85270.0908
31Ed Carpenter3300:40.484612222.307230.85690.0042
32Dalton Kellett400:40.564143221.871490.93640.0795
33Rinus VeeKay2100:40.79086220.638181.16310.2267
— Practice 9: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes

  • Practice 9 had a reduced duration due to inclement weather in the vicinity of Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The revised scheduling saw the session begin at 1 p.m. EDT with the checkered flag at 2:30 p.m.
  • Two significant incidents paused Carb Day practice:
    • Forty-four minutes into the session, the No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing Honda of David Malukas did a half spin and made contact in Turn 1 after wheel-to-wheel contact with the No. 23 Dreyer & Reinbold Chevrolet of Santino Ferrucci. Malukas' race car spun through the short chute and came to rest on the inside of the track with damage to all four corners. Malukas was able to exit his car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team. Race Control later judged Ferrucci to have played a role in causing the incident and levied an avoidable contact penalty against him, costing him the final 20 minutes of practice.
    • Fourteen minutes after the resumption of green-flag running following Malukas' crash, the No. 26 Andretti Autosport Honda of Colton Herta got loose in Turn 1, did a quarter spin and made right rear contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 1. The car then overturned and made secondary contact in Turn 2. Herta was assisted from his overturned race car by the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team.
  • At the conclusion of the session, Tony Kanaan's 227.114 mph lap proved fastest. Kanaan was joined in the top 10 by three of his Chip Ganassi Racing teammates: Marcus Ericsson, Scott Dixon and Jimmie Johnson.

Practice 8

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alex Palou1000:39.22573229.44131--.------.----
2Scott Dixon900:39.301310229.000320.07560.0756
3Jimmie Johnson4800:39.393046228.467670.16730.0917
4Takuma Sato5100:39.407887228.3811060.18210.0148
5Marcus Ericsson800:39.47073228.017380.24500.0629
6Josef Newgarden200:39.654333226.962980.42860.1836
7Conor Daly2000:39.666077226.895960.44030.0117
8Marco Andretti9800:39.686859226.776770.46110.0208
9Sage Karam2400:39.700377226.699860.47460.0135
10Simon Pagenaud6000:39.759728226.360830.53400.0594
11Romain Grosjean2800:39.823863225.9961010.59810.0641
12Christian Lundgaard3000:39.890884225.6161000.66510.0670
13Helio Castroneves0600:39.925571225.420880.69980.0347
14David Malukas1800:39.93405225.372910.70830.0085
15Scott McLaughlin300:39.952733225.2661020.72700.0187
16Santino Ferrucci2300:39.986662225.075850.76090.0339
17Colton Herta2600:39.998186225.0111000.77240.0115
18Callum Ilott7700:40.004664224.974970.77890.0065
19Alexander Rossi2700:40.030575224.829890.80480.0259
20Will Power1200:40.039470224.779820.81370.0089
21Pato O'Ward500:40.057529224.677790.83180.0181
22Tony Kanaan100:40.086127224.517310.86040.0286
23Jack Harvey4500:40.095783224.463850.87000.0096
24Ed Carpenter3300:40.100055224.439780.87430.0043
25Rinus VeeKay2100:40.107352224.398740.88160.0073
26Graham Rahal1500:40.109036224.389770.88330.0017
27JR Hildebrand1100:40.113650224.363820.88790.0046
28Stefan Wilson2500:40.124032224.305880.89830.0104
29Juan Pablo Montoya600:40.143932224.193400.91820.0199
30Kyle Kirkwood1400:40.163515224.084910.93780.0196
31Felix Rosenqvist700:40.252747223.587781.02700.0892
32Dalton Kellett400:40.38486222.856651.15910.1321
33Devlin DeFrancesco2900:40.439876222.553851.21410.0550
— Practice 8: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes

  • Practice 8, the first full-field practice after qualifying, began at 1 p.m. EDT and ran for two hours.
  • There was one yellow flag for Dalton Kellett, whose No. 4 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet did a half-spin in Turn 1 and made hard left-side contact with the Turn 1 SAFER Barrier. The car then rode the outside wall and came to rest at the inside of the circuit in the short chute between Turns 1 and 2. Kellett was able to exit his race car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team.

Qualifying — Firestone Fast 6

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Scott Dixon938.389838.435038.484738.506702:33.8162234.046
2Alex Palou1038.453638.511338.576338.634902:34.1761233.499
3Rinus VeeKay2138.503338.559938.589538.598902:34.2516233.385
4Ed Carpenter3338.484538.588838.595638.784302:34.4532233.080
5Marcus Ericsson838.584138.665138.711338.702502:34.6630232.764
6Tony Kanaan138.627338.688238.742738.866102:34.9243232.372
— Qualifying (Firestone Fast 6): Results (PDF) | Overall Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • The fastest 12 drivers from Saturday's qualifying session ran in the Fast 12 to advance to Firestone Fast Six qualifying. They ran from 12th to first and the top six requalified for the NTT P1 Award and its $100,000 prize.
  • Weather at the start of Pole Day qualifying was 66 degrees ambient with mostly cloudy skies. The track temperature was 109.9 degrees according to Firestone Racing engineers.
  • Scott Dixon won the NTT P1 Award for the 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500 with a 234.046 mph four-lap average, with the first two laps in excess of 234 mph.
  • Dixon became the first repeat pole winner since Ed Carpenter won consecutive Indy 500 pole position in 2013 and 2014.
  • Dixon's four-lap average of 234.046 mph was the fastest four-lap average for an Indianapolis 500 polesitter. Scott Brayton won the pole in 1996 at 233.718 mph
  • Dixon and Alex Palou, who was the second-fastest qualifier, represent Chip Ganassi Racing's first 1-2 start in the Indy 500 since 2008 when Dixon and Dan Wheldon were the top two qualifiers.
  • The pole marked Dixon's fifth Indianapolis 500 pole position, which gave him sole posession of second place on the all-time Indy 500 pole winner's list.

Qualifying — Fast 12

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Scott Dixon938.476838.478338.524738.689202:34.1690233.510
2Rinus VeeKay2138.445338.523838.601238.652202:34.2225233.429
3Alex Palou1038.502538.547038.587838.639502:34.2768233.347
4Marcus Ericsson838.546538.685138.582138.582602:34.3963233.166
5Ed Carpenter3338.421538.709938.537338.789302:34.4580233.073
6Tony Kanaan138.593138.598538.649538.650902:34.4920233.022
7Pato O'Ward538.547938.613438.745038.795902:34.7022232.705
8Felix Rosenqvist738.694038.757638.758438.840602:35.0506232.182
9Romain Grosjean2838.581938.714238.904238.972602:35.1729231.999
10Takuma Sato5138.765538.835738.885338.907002:35.3935231.670
11Will Power1238.798538.779738.860839.045602:35.4846231.534
12Jimmie Johnson4839.145638.635438.817539.067902:35.6664231.264
— Qualifying (Fast 12): Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Practice 7 — Fast 12

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Scott Dixon900:38.454710234.04215--.------.----
2Ed Carpenter3300:38.523411233.624130.06870.0687
3Rinus VeeKay2100:38.527920233.597230.07320.0045
4Takuma Sato5100:38.553614233.441190.09890.0257
5Jimmie Johnson4800:38.553810233.440150.09910.0002
6Marcus Ericsson800:38.567812233.355160.11310.0140
7Pato O'Ward500:38.60912233.106140.15440.0413
8Tony Kanaan100:38.62134233.03260.16660.0122
9Alex Palou1000:38.62408233.016120.16930.0027
10Will Power1200:38.715417232.466220.26070.0914
11Romain Grosjean2800:38.716514232.459190.26180.0011
12Felix Rosenqvist700:38.73952232.321190.28480.0230
— Practice 7: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • Practice 7 ran from 12:30 to 2 p.m. EDT exclusively for those drivers participating in Fast 12 qualifying at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 22.
  • The 90-minute session was free of on-track incidents. However, the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Tony Kanaan was faced with electrical issues forcing the veteran driver to attempt a qualifying simulation without a display inside his race car.
  • At the conclusion of Fast 12 practice, Ganassi's Scott Dixon topped both the overall speed chart at 234.042 mph and the four-lap runs with an average speed of 233.774 mph.
  • Best four-lap average speeds in miles per hour:
    1. Dixon 233.774
    2. Ericsson 233.283
    3. Johnson 233.261
    4. Carpenter 232.958
    5. O'Ward 232.921
    6. Palou 232.764
    7. VeeKay 232.626
    8. Grosjean 232.071
    9. Power 231.990
    10. Rosenqvist 231.787
    11. Kanaan 229.991
    12. Sato 229.930

Qualifying — Day 1

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Rinus VeeKay2138.346538.474538.568138.683902:34.0730233.655
2Pato O'Ward538.560238.597538.659138.665202:34.4820233.037
3Felix Rosenqvist738.541938.604938.804638.704402:34.6558232.775
4Alex Palou1038.529338.597638.691938.837702:34.6565232.774
5Tony Kanaan138.596838.679738.732638.746402:34.7555232.625
6Jimmie Johnson4838.604338.721638.770738.810402:34.9070232.398
7Ed Carpenter3338.634238.661138.701638.910702:34.9076232.397
8Marcus Ericsson838.671738.725438.797738.794202:34.9890232.275
9Romain Grosjean2838.693738.730638.800638.812902:35.0378232.201
10Scott Dixon938.668138.745338.796438.861802:35.0716232.151
11Will Power1238.712138.753738.849238.963402:35.2784231.842
12Takuma Sato5138.712738.811538.919938.923802:35.3679231.708
13David Malukas1838.712738.758739.036838.927402:35.4356231.607
14Josef Newgarden238.592038.737538.930039.194602:35.4541231.580
15Santino Ferrucci2338.753138.838538.905639.004702:35.5019231.508
16Simon Pagenaud6038.761538.839039.013839.044702:35.6590231.275
17JR Hildebrand1138.860038.941238.973538.993702:35.7684231.112
18Conor Daly2038.718338.883838.991139.251902:35.8451230.999
19Callum Ilott7738.815138.884938.990739.180002:35.8707230.961
20Alexander Rossi2738.897338.948339.043139.082602:35.9713230.812
21Graham Rahal1538.947139.021439.015539.018202:36.0022230.766
22Sage Karam2438.943639.060639.127639.074602:36.2064230.464
23Marco Andretti9838.961739.082439.110639.132802:36.2875230.345
24Devlin DeFrancesco2938.875138.922739.005439.497002:36.3002230.326
25Colton Herta2639.026439.082939.157039.095702:36.3620230.235
26Scott McLaughlin339.063639.109639.112739.130802:36.4167230.154
27Helio Castroneves0639.078439.164039.203739.328002:36.7741229.630
28Kyle Kirkwood1439.109339.176839.249339.391502:36.9269229.406
29Dalton Kellett439.186139.232339.380739.463702:37.2628228.916
30Juan Pablo Montoya639.219539.236039.491539.518502:37.4655228.622
31Christian Lundgaard3039.543639.386139.718639.904802:38.5531227.053
32Jack Harvey4539.062339.920739.468240.243202:38.6944226.851
33Takuma Sato5138.739938.700138.770638.830702:35.0413232.196
34Scott McLaughlin338.654738.810438.960639.052702:35.4784231.543
35Alexander Rossi2738.679738.791039.084439.059302:35.6144231.341
36David Malukas1838.859938.911538.948138.967402:35.6869231.233
37Callum Ilott7738.961938.966739.027539.421402:36.3775230.212
38Sage Karam2438.700538.858039.591039.437202:36.5867229.905
39Marco Andretti9839.055640.921639.995639.243302:39.2161226.108
40Helio Castroneves639.027539.079639.270542.280702:39.6583225.482
41Colton Herta260.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
42Josef Newgarden20.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
43Stefan Wilson250.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
44Sage Karam240.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
— Qualifying Day 1: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • Qualifying for the 2022 Indianapolis 500 consists of two days. Day 1 established the cars advancing to Fast 12 qualifying and positions 13 through 33 based on the best four-lap average speed.
  • With expected inclement weather, INDYCAR elected to start Day 1 qualifying at 11 a.m. EDT, one hour earlier than originally scheduled, while keeping the same end time. This gave teams an additional hour of track time.
  • At the start of the session, the ambient temperature was 77 degrees with overcast skies. The track temperature was 85.6 degrees according to Firestone Racing.
  • All drivers qualified based on the qualifying draw except two:
    • The No. 6 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet of Juan Pablo Montoya did not pass pre-qualifying technical inspection and was forced to give up its guaranteed qualifying slot, but was able to complete a qualifying run after all other guaranteed attempts had been completed.
    • The No. 25 DragonSpeed / Cusick Motorsports Chevrolet of Stefan Wilson did not make a qualification attempt.
  • Takuma Sato, the ninth qualifier, averaged 232.196 mph over four laps but was forced to give up the attempt when he was judged to have interfered with Marco Andretti's first qualifying run. Sato remained on track during his cooldown lap rather than using the warm-up lane. Sato later completed a second qualifying run, averaging 231.708 mph which was good enough for the Fast 12.
  • Colton Herta, originally the 15th qualifier, had a mechanical issue before taking the green and abandoned his qualification attempt. Later, Herta averaged 230.235 mph over four laps.
  • At 2:14 p.m. EDT, qualifying was paused due to weather conditions and resumed one hour and 36 minutes later. The resumption only lasted for 10 minutes before inclement weather returned. At 4:50 p.m., INDYCAR elected to checker the session one hour early due to weather conditions.
  • Rinus VeeKay, second to qualify, remained at the top of the speed chart throughout the day. His first lap at 234.702 mph was the fastest turned at Indianapolis since 1996. His four-lap average speed of 233.655 mph is the third-fastest qualifying speed in Indy 500 history.

Practice 6

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Ed Carpenter3300:38.39434234.41011--.------.----
2Scott Dixon900:38.44633234.093150.05200.0520
3Jimmie Johnson4800:38.46803233.96180.07370.0217
4Alex Palou1000:38.505312233.734120.11100.0373
5Callum Ilott7700:38.57562233.308130.18130.0703
6Alexander Rossi2700:38.57783233.29560.18350.0022
7Marco Andretti9800:38.58334233.262180.18900.0055
8Rinus VeeKay2100:38.59252233.206100.19820.0092
9Marcus Ericsson800:38.62913232.98590.23480.0366
10Romain Grosjean2800:38.66232232.78560.26800.0332
11Santino Ferrucci2300:38.66623232.76170.27190.0039
12Conor Daly2000:38.67923232.683140.28490.0130
13JR Hildebrand1100:38.70953232.501100.31520.0303
14Colton Herta2600:38.75904232.204160.36470.0495
15Christian Lundgaard3000:38.85143231.652130.45710.0924
16Simon Pagenaud6000:38.90684231.322170.51250.0554
17Jack Harvey4500:38.926010231.208110.53170.0192
18Devlin DeFrancesco2900:38.92892231.191150.53460.0029
19Helio Castroneves0600:38.932111231.172130.53780.0032
20Graham Rahal1500:38.94773231.079120.55340.0156
21Dalton Kellett400:38.96254230.99190.56820.0148
22Kyle Kirkwood1400:39.02064230.647150.62630.0581
23Stefan Wilson2500:39.16364229.80560.76930.1430
— Practice 6: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • PPG Armed Forces Day Qualifying Day 1 began with a rescheduled one-hour practice beginning at 8:30 a.m. EDT with the qualification draw split into two groups.
  • At the conclusion of the incident-free session, Ed Carpenter topped the speed chart with a tow-assisted 234.410 mph lap in the No. 33 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet — the fastest practice lap turned at Indianapolis since 1996.
  • Scott Dixon had the fastest no-tow lap at 233.339 mph in the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda.
  • The four-lap average practice speeds, a predictor of qualifying performance, were topped by Dixon's Ganassi teammate Jimmie Johnson.
    1. Johnson 233.771
    2. Dixon 232.875
    3. Ilott 232.847
    4. VeeKay 232.769
    5. Ericsson 232.632
    6. Rossi 232.515
    7. Grosjean 232.404
    8. Palou 232.334
    9. Herta 231.783

Practice 5 — Fast Friday

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Takuma Sato5100:38.661620232.78924--.------.----
2Alexander Rossi2700:38.81274231.88360.15110.1511
3Pato O'Ward500:38.82697231.798120.16530.0142
4Marcus Ericsson800:38.82962231.78270.16800.0027
5Scott Dixon900:38.87182231.53040.21020.0422
6Felix Rosenqvist700:38.87819231.493130.21650.0063
7David Malukas1800:38.891312231.414390.22970.0132
8Tony Kanaan100:38.895013231.392180.23340.0037
9Scott McLaughlin300:38.926311231.206140.26470.0313
10Josef Newgarden200:38.93072231.18070.26910.0044
11Will Power1200:38.93646231.146110.27480.0057
12Alex Palou1000:38.94673231.08540.28510.0103
13Sage Karam2400:38.990411230.826140.32880.0437
14Conor Daly2000:39.030426230.589370.36880.0400
15Romain Grosjean2800:39.08469230.270100.42300.0542
16Callum Ilott7700:39.105410230.147130.44380.0208
17Jimmie Johnson4800:39.14258229.929130.48090.0371
18Marco Andretti9800:39.15604229.85070.49440.0135
19Helio Castroneves0600:39.185414229.677230.52380.0294
20Rinus VeeKay2100:39.19262229.635160.53100.0072
21Simon Pagenaud6000:39.26987229.184100.60820.0772
22Ed Carpenter3300:39.416012228.334140.75440.1462
23Dalton Kellett400:39.620119227.157220.95850.2041
24Graham Rahal1500:39.679211226.819121.01760.0591
25Devlin DeFrancesco2900:39.700618226.697181.03900.0214
26Santino Ferrucci2300:39.712930226.627321.05130.0123
27Stefan Wilson2500:39.782010226.233111.12040.0691
28JR Hildebrand1100:39.78815226.198171.12650.0061
29Kyle Kirkwood1400:39.811715226.064171.15010.0236
30Christian Lundgaard3000:39.84376225.88371.18210.0320
31Jack Harvey4500:40.12158224.31981.45990.2778
32Juan Pablo Montoya600:40.22102223.76461.55940.0995
33Colton Herta2600:40.79042220.64072.12880.5694
— Practice 5: Results | Back to the session list

  • Fast Friday practice was marred by wind gusts that caused many teams to limit their track time.
  • The six-hour session was slowed by four yellow flags.
    • The first yellow was for a power failure in Race Control and lasted for 30 minutes.
    • The second yellow was for the No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Jimmie Johnson, which made light contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2. Johnson was able to continue on course and return to pit lane.
    • The third yellow, 20 minutes in duration, was for a track inspection.
    • The final yellow of the day was for wildlife on the frontstretch.
  • The No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda of Takuma Sato topped the speed chart with a 232.789 mph lap.
  • The No. 10 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Tony Kanaan topped the four-lap averages.
    1. Kanaan 230.517
    2. Malukas 230.287
    3. Karam 230.114
    4. O'Ward 230.111
    5. Sato 229.680
    6. Johnson 229.094
    7. Pagenaud 227.625
    8. Castroneves 227.516
    9. Ericsson 227.418
    10. McLaughlin 226.400
    11. Newgarden 226.197
    12. Rosenqvist 225.494

Practice 4

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Takuma Sato5100:39.5572109227.519117--.------.----
2Scott Dixon900:39.58916227.3351160.03190.0319
3David Malukas1800:39.670556226.8691260.11330.0814
4JR Hildebrand1100:39.674597226.8461070.11730.0040
5Jimmie Johnson4800:39.7510116226.4091530.19380.0765
6Pato O'Ward500:39.81464226.048980.25740.0636
7Marcus Ericsson800:39.834217225.9371280.27700.0196
8Felix Rosenqvist700:39.86046225.7881020.30320.0262
9Simon Pagenaud6000:39.892692225.6061040.33540.0322
10Ed Carpenter3300:39.91255225.493780.35530.0199
11Dalton Kellett400:39.9189134225.4571370.36170.0064
12Rinus VeeKay2100:39.95428225.258920.39700.0353
13Christian Lundgaard3000:39.955988225.248930.39870.0017
14Jack Harvey4500:39.986350225.077870.42910.0304
15Marco Andretti9800:40.00613224.966920.44890.0198
16Colton Herta2600:40.012899224.9281280.45560.0067
17Scott McLaughlin300:40.03965224.777510.48240.0268
18Conor Daly2000:40.040049224.775840.48280.0004
19Kyle Kirkwood1400:40.04289224.7601020.48560.0028
20Alex Palou1000:40.0810104224.5451220.52380.0382
21Will Power1200:40.120420224.325520.56320.0394
22Helio Castroneves0600:40.125045224.299940.56780.0046
23Romain Grosjean2800:40.135292224.2421170.57800.0102
24Callum Ilott7700:40.174246224.024720.61700.0390
25Juan Pablo Montoya600:40.175420224.018670.61820.0012
26Santino Ferrucci2300:40.193230223.918570.63600.0178
27Graham Rahal1500:40.214062223.803750.65680.0208
28Alexander Rossi2700:40.24033223.656500.68310.0263
29Tony Kanaan100:40.250315223.6011050.69310.0100
30Sage Karam2400:40.258427223.556310.70120.0081
31Josef Newgarden200:40.275416223.461570.71820.0170
32Devlin DeFrancesco2900:40.32399223.1931100.76670.0485
33Stefan Wilson2500:40.525411222.0831100.96820.2015
— Practice 4: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • After Practice 3 was rained out on May 18, Practice 4 ran for six hours without incident and paused only twice, both times for track inspections.
  • At the conclusion of the session, Takuma Sato's 227.519 mph lap in the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda was the fastest of the day. Sato was also fastest in the previous practice session and tops the combined practice results.
  • David Malukas ended the day as the fastest rookie with a 226.869 mph lap in the No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing with HMD Honda.
  • The fastest no-tow lap of the day belonged to the No. 12 Team Penske Chevrolet of Will Power at 224.325 mph.

Practice 2

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Takuma Sato5100:39.311863228.93964--.------.----
2Scott Dixon900:39.51391227.768500.20210.2021
3Jimmie Johnson4800:39.521977227.722790.21010.0080
4Marcus Ericsson800:39.631136227.094730.31930.1092
5Rinus VeeKay2100:39.648467226.995760.33660.0173
6Alex Palou1000:39.652345226.973680.34050.0039
7David Malukas1800:39.744335226.448800.43250.0920
8Josef Newgarden200:39.758353226.368760.44650.0140
9Tony Kanaan100:39.771640226.292470.45980.0133
10Marco Andretti9800:39.808012226.085850.49620.0364
11Devlin DeFrancesco2900:39.836360225.925820.52450.0283
12Simon Pagenaud6000:39.841174225.897950.52930.0048
13Dalton Kellett400:39.852073225.836970.54020.0109
14JR Hildebrand1100:39.856060225.813790.54420.0040
15Felix Rosenqvist700:39.86553225.759770.55370.0095
16Will Power1200:39.923436225.432730.61160.0579
17Graham Rahal1500:39.991762225.047720.67990.0683
18Helio Castroneves0600:40.012837224.928980.70100.0211
19Callum Ilott7700:40.013352224.925560.70150.0005
20Jack Harvey4500:40.015778224.912910.70390.0024
21Kyle Kirkwood1400:40.052647224.705490.74080.0369
22Scott McLaughlin300:40.056670224.682830.74480.0040
23Sage Karam2400:40.059527224.666370.74770.0029
24Pato O'Ward500:40.096719224.457760.78490.0372
25Christian Lundgaard3000:40.123217224.309740.81140.0265
26Colton Herta2600:40.125951224.294750.81410.0027
27Alexander Rossi2700:40.139964224.216710.82810.0140
28Conor Daly2000:40.152017224.148530.84020.0121
29Ed Carpenter3300:40.158327224.113580.84650.0063
30Juan Pablo Montoya600:40.191311223.929370.87950.0330
31Romain Grosjean2800:40.370569222.935831.05870.1792
32Stefan Wilson2500:40.49835222.232101.18650.1278
33Santino Ferrucci2300:40.652917221.386201.34110.1546
— Practice 2: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • Practice 2, the first Indianapolis 500 session to include the full field of 33 drivers, ran from 3 to 6 p.m. EDT on March 17, 2022.
  • The three-hour practice was slowed by three yellow flags, all officially for debris. The first, at 3:57 p.m., was for "wildlife on track in Turn 2" when a fox barely missed being struck by a group of speeding Indy cars before scampering over the outside wall.
  • At the conclusion of the session, Takuma Sato's 228.939 mph lap in the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda was the fastest of the day.
  • Chip Ganassi Racing placed all five of its drivers inside the top 10 with Scott Dixon second, Jimmie Johnson third, Marcus Ericsson fourth, Alex Palou sixth and Tony Kanaan ninth.

Practice 1 — Oval Veterans

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Scott Dixon900:39.626811227.11925--.------.----
2Marcus Ericsson800:39.653726226.965310.02690.0269
3Sage Karam2400:39.753030226.398520.12620.0993
4Conor Daly2000:39.883921225.655440.25710.1309
5Marco Andretti9800:39.928413225.403240.30160.0445
6Santino Ferrucci2300:39.935722225.362500.30890.0073
7Scott McLaughlin300:39.941516225.330410.31470.0058
8Alex Palou1000:39.950621225.278260.32380.0091
9Pato O'Ward500:40.014228224.920340.38740.0636
10JR Hildebrand1100:40.081311224.544230.45450.0671
11Kyle Kirkwood1400:40.092052224.484540.46520.0107
12Josef Newgarden200:40.103630224.419350.47680.0116
13Dalton Kellett400:40.103935224.417520.47710.0003
14Felix Rosenqvist700:40.110337224.381390.48350.0064
15Will Power1200:40.212513223.811320.58570.1022
16Tony Kanaan100:40.220318223.768220.59350.0078
17Rinus VeeKay2100:40.223428223.750380.59660.0031
18Juan Pablo Montoya600:40.24519223.630190.61830.0217
19Callum Ilott7700:40.288511223.389320.66170.0434
20Christian Lundgaard3000:40.311838223.260440.68500.0233
21Jimmie Johnson4800:40.357412223.007290.73060.0456
22Devlin DeFrancesco2900:40.39699222.789160.77010.0395
23Jack Harvey4500:40.437636222.565410.81080.0407
24Alexander Rossi2700:40.439617222.554240.81280.0020
25Ed Carpenter3300:40.520012222.113280.89320.0804
26Colton Herta2600:40.583411221.766220.95660.0634
27Romain Grosjean2800:40.59649221.695150.96960.0130
28David Malukas1800:40.60246221.662210.97560.0060
29Simon Pagenaud6000:40.72486220.996151.09800.1224
30Helio Castroneves0600:40.82598220.448331.19910.1011
31Graham Rahal1500:41.06917219.143201.44230.2432
32Takuma Sato5100:42.42454212.14242.79771.3554
— Practice 1: Results | Back to the session list


Green Flag12:45 p.m. EDT *
Drivers Start Your Engines12:38 p.m.
Drivers to Your Cars12:29 p.m.
Invocation and National Anthem12:18–12:27 p.m.
Race Broadcast11 a.m. on NBC
Cars to Grid on Frontstretch10:30–10:55 a.m.
Push-Out to Pit Lane9–9:20 a.m.
Qualifying11 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. Saturday, May 21 (Day 1 Qualifications)
4–6 p.m. Sunday, May 22 (Fast 12 Qualifications)
Qualifying Broadcast11 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. Saturday, May 21 on Peacock Premium
4–6 p.m. Sunday, May 22 on NBC and Peacock Premium
Practice Sessions9–11:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 17 (Oval Veterans)
1–3 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 (ROP and Refreshers)
3–6 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 (All Cars)
Noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 Rained Out
Noon to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 19
Noon to 6 p.m. Friday, May 20 (Fast Friday)
8:30–9 a.m. Saturday, May 21 (Group 1)
9–9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 21 (Group 2)
12:30–2 p.m. Sunday, May 22 (Fast 12)
1–3 p.m. Monday, May 23
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, May 27 (Carb Day)
Full ScheduleView PDF
Live Timing and ScoringINDYCAR Race Control and INDYCAR Mobile app (iOS, Android).
Radio BroadcastINDYCAR Radio Network affiliates, SiriusXM 205, IndyCar.com and on the INDYCAR Mobile app (iOS, Android).
Video StreamingAll NTT IndyCar Series practice sessions and qualifying will stream live on Peacock Premium, NBC’s direct-to-consumer livestreaming product.
* All times are in Eastern Daylight Time. View the green-flag time in all time zones.

Starting LineupView Table
Qualification OrderView PDF
Entry ListView Table
Spotter GuideView PDF
Pit Assignments— Practice: View PDF
— Race: View PDF

Starting Lineup

SPCar No.DriverEngine
19Scott Dixon (W)Honda
210Alex PalouHonda
321Rinus VeeKayChevrolet
433Ed CarpenterChevrolet
58Marcus EricssonHonda
61Tony Kanaan (W)Honda
75Pato O’WardChevrolet
87Felix RosenqvistChevrolet
928Romain Grosjean (R)Honda
1051Takuma Sato (W)Honda
1112Will Power (W)Chevrolet
1248Jimmie Johnson (R)Honda
1318David Malukas (R)Honda
142Josef NewgardenChevrolet
1523Santino FerrucciChevrolet
1660Simon Pagenaud (W)Honda
1711JR HildebrandChevrolet
1820Conor DalyChevrolet
1977Callum Ilott (R)Chevrolet
2027Alexander Rossi (W)Honda
2115Graham RahalHonda
2224Sage KaramChevrolet
2398Marco AndrettiHonda
2429Devlin DeFrancesco (R)Honda
2526Colton HertaHonda
263Scott McLaughlinChevrolet
2706Helio Castroneves (W)Honda
2814Kyle Kirkwood (R)Chevrolet
294Dalton KellettChevrolet
306Joan Pablo Montoya (W)Chevrolet
3130Christian Lundgaard (R)Honda
3245Jack HarveyHonda
3325Stefan WilsonChevrolet
(W) Winner
(R) Rookie
— Starting Lineup: PDF

Entry List

Car No.DriverHometownSponsorTeamEngine
1Tony Kanaan (W)Salvador, BrazilThe American LegionChip Ganassi RacingHonda
2Josef NewgardenNashville, Tennessee, USAShellTeam PenskeChevrolet
3Scott McLaughlinChristchurch, New ZealandPennzoilTeam PenskeChevrolet
4Dalton KellettStouffville, CanadaK-LineAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
5Pato O’WardMonterrey, MexicoArrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
06Helio Castroneves (W)Sao Paulo, BrazilAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
6Juan Pablo Montoya (W)Bogota, ColombiaArrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
7Felix RosenqvistVärnamo, SwedenVuse Arrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
8Marcus EricssonKumla, SwedenHuski ChocolateChip Ganassi RacingHonda
9Scott Dixon (W)Auckland, New ZealandPNC BankChip Ganassi RacingHonda
10Alex PalouBarcelona, SpainNTT DataChip Ganassi RacingHonda
11JR HildebreandSausalito, California, USAHomes for Our TroopsAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
12Will Power (W)Toowoomba, AustraliaVerizonTeam PenskeChevrolet
14Kyle Kirkwood (R)Jupiter, Florida, USAROKiTAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
15Graham RahalNew Albany, Ohio, USAUnited RentalsRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
18David Malukas (R)Chicago, Illinois, USAHMDDale Coyne Racing with HMDHonda
20Conor DalyNoblesville, Indiana, USABitNileEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
21Rinus VeeKayHoofddorp, NetherlandsBitcoin Racing Team with BitNileEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
23Santino FerrucciWoodbury, Connecticut, USAPalermo'sDreyer & Reinbold RacingChevrolet
24Sage KaramNazareth, Pennsylvania, USAAES IndianaDreyer & Reinbold RacingChevrolet
25Stefan WilsonSheffield, EnglandDragonSpeed / Cusick MotorsportsDragonSpeed / Cusick MotorsportsChevrolet
26Colton HertaValencia, California, USAGainbridgeAndretti AutosportHonda
27Alexander Rossi (W)Nevada City, California, USANAPA Auto Parts / AutoNationAndretti AutosportHonda
28Romain Grosjean (R)Geneva, SwitzerlandDHLAndretti AutosportHonda
29Devlin DeFrancesco (R)Toronto, CanadaPowerTapAndretti AutosportHonda
30Christian Lundgaard (R)Hedensted, DenmarkPeopleReadyRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
33Ed CarpenterIndianapolis, Indiana, USAAlzamend NeuroEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
45Jack HarveyBassingham, EnglandHy-VeeRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
48Jimmie Johnson (R)El Cajon, California, USACaravanChip Ganassi RacingHonda
51Takuma Sato (W)Tokyo, JapanNurtec ODTDale Coyne Racing with RWRHonda
60Simon Pagenaud (W)Montmorillon, FranceAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
77Callum Ilott (R)Cambridge, EnglandJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet
98Marco AndrettiNazareth, Pennsylvania, USAKULR Technology / CurbAndretti AutosportHonda
(R) — Denotes Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year candidate
(W) Denotes Indianapolis 500 Winner
— Entry List: PDF


Track TypeOval
Length2.5 miles
Race Distance200 laps (500 miles)
Number of Turns4
Track Map
2022 Indianapolis 500 track map
Event Twitter Account & Hashtag@IMS, #Indy500

Last Five Wins— 2021: Helio Castroneves, Meyer Shank Racing
— 2020: Takuma Sato, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
— 2019: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
— 2018: Will Power, Team Penske
— 2017: Takuma Sato, Andretti Autosport
— 2016: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
Last Five Poles— 2021: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing (231.685 mph)
— 2020: Marco Andretti, Andretti Autosport (231.068 mph)
— 2019: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske (229.992 mph)
— 2018: Ed Carpenter, Ed Carpenter Racing (229.618 mph)
— 2017: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing (232.164 mph)
Qualifying Record
(Single Lap)
237.498 mph (Arie Luyendyk of Treadway Racing on May 12, 1996)
Qualifying Record
(Four-Lap Average)
236.986 mph (Arie Luyendyk of Treadway Racing on May 12, 1996)

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