2022 Honda Indy Toronto

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Streets of Toronto
July 17, 2022

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Race Top Five

RankDriverCar No.Laps LedPoints
1Scott Dixon94053
2Colton Herta261742
3Felix Rosenqvist7136
4Graham Rahal15633
5Marcus Ericsson8-30

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RankDriverCar No.StartLapsTotal TimeLaps LedStatusPointsAvg. SpeedPit Stops
1Scott Dixon928501:38:45.308740Running5392.2342
2Colton Herta2618501:38:46.119317Running4292.2222
3Felix Rosenqvist788501:38:46.65771Running3692.2132
4Graham Rahal15148501:38:49.79176Running3392.1642
5Marcus Ericsson898501:38:50.4347-Running3092.1542
6Alex Palou10228501:38:51.6716-Running2892.1352
7Simon Pagenaud60188501:38:54.0485-Running2692.0982
8Christian Lundgaard30108501:38:54.6907-Running2492.0882
9Scott McLaughlin368501:38:55.5955-Running2292.0742
10Josef Newgarden238501:38:55.9648-Running2092.0692
11Pato O'Ward5158501:38:57.73713Running2092.0412
12David Malukas1858501:38:58.6798-Running1892.0272
13Rinus VeeKay21208501:39:03.580218Running1891.9512
14Callum Ilott7778501:39:03.7558-Running1691.9483
15Will Power12168501:39:04.3272-Running1591.9392
16Romain Grosjean28118501:39:05.1026-Running1491.9273
17Helio Castroneves06178501:39:05.6990-Running1391.9182
18Devlin DeFrancesco29128501:39:06.5129-Running1291.9052
19Jack Harvey45138501:39:07.2557-Running1191.8943
20Conor Daly20258501:39:09.5532-Running1091.8583
21Jimmie Johnson48217301:29:52.1576-Contact987.0456
22Kyle Kirkwood14245801:06:38.0424-Contact893.2754
23Alexander Rossi2744400:47:26.7265-Contact799.3781
24Dalton Kellett4233000:33:37.2855-Mechanical695.6182
25Takuma Sato5119000:00:01.7838-Contact50.0000
— Race: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Race Notes
  • The 2022 Honda Indy Toronto was 85 laps on the 11-turn, 1.768-mile temporary street course totaling 151.81 miles. Had inclement weather affected the race, it would have become a timed race of two hours.
  • The pit road speed limit was 40 mph and the pit window was approximately 25–32 laps under green-flag conditions.
  • Pole sitter Colton Herta gridded drivers' right and took the green flag the third time past the start-finish line.
  • All cars but those of Graham Rahal, Pato O'Ward, Takuma Sato, Rinus VeeKay, Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Kirkwood started on alternate red tires. All cars were required to use one new set of alternate tires and one set of primary black tires in the race.
  • At 3:20 p.m. EDT, the ambient temperature at Exhibition Place in Toronto was 80 degrees with 46% relative humidity and partly cloudy skies. The track temperature was 112 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • At 3:23 p.m., members of the Canadian rock band Arkells, the race's grand marshal, gave the command, "Drivers, start your engines." All 25 cars started and rolled on the grid.
  • Herta led the field to the green flag on Lap 1 and went on to lead 17 of the race's 85 laps.
  • Four full-course cautions slowed the action in Toronto:
    • Laps 2–3: The race went yellow for debris on the racing line in Turn 8. The debris was from the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda of Sato, which had made earlier wall contact that damaged the front left corner of the race car.
    • Laps 45–48: The No. 27 Andretti Autosport Honda of Alexander Rossi made contact with the barrier in Turn 3 after earlier side-to-side contact with the No. 7 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet of Felix Rosenqvist. The incident was reviewed by Race Control but no action was taken. Rossi was later checked and released from the infield care center.
    • Laps 55–57: Debris, which appeared to be pieces of concrete from the track surface, was present in Turn 1.
    • Laps 60–65: The No. 14 AJ Foyt Racing Honda of Kirkwood made contact with the No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Johnson in Turn 9.
  • Scott Dixon, who started from the second position, gained control of the leaders' strategy when he came out ahead of Herta during the first green-flag pit stop cycle. Dixon went on to lead 40 of the race's 85 laps.
  • Dixon first took the lead on Lap 32 then lost it to VeeKay on Lap 47. VeeKay, who was off strategy, pitted on Lap 61 and returned the race lead to Dixon.
  • Dixon went on to take the white flag with an advantage of 2.2013 seconds over Herta and won the race with a 0.8106 of a second margin of victory.
  • The effort marked Dixon's first win of 2022 and the 52nd victory of his NTT IndyCar Series career, tying him with Mario Andretti for second on the all-time wins list. The victory also marked DIxon's 18th consecutive season with at least one victory and 20th season overall with at least one win.
  • Herta's second-place finish in the No. 26 Andretti Autosport Honda was his second podium of the season. He previously won on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course in May.
  • Felix Rosenqvist finished third, his season-best finish. His last podium was his win at Road America in 2020.
  • Unofficial points after the Honda Indy Toronto:
    1. Ericsson 351
    2. Power 316 (-35)
    3. Palou 314 (-37)
    4. Dixon 307 (-44)
    5. Newgarden 307 (-44)
    6. O'Ward 276 (-75)
    7. McLaughlin 274 (-77)
    8. Herta 254 (-97)
    9. Rosenqvist 244 (-107)


RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Rinus VeeKay2100:59.898715107.34124--.------.----
2Alexander Rossi2700:59.943915107.260220.04520.0452
3Alex Palou1001:00.139114106.912200.24040.1952
4Scott Dixon901:00.208020106.790230.30930.0689
5Josef Newgarden201:00.282220106.658200.38350.0742
6Marcus Ericsson801:00.33659106.562250.43780.0543
7Graham Rahal1501:00.414521106.425230.51580.0780
8Simon Pagenaud6001:00.447711106.366200.54900.0332
9Jack Harvey4501:00.541016106.202250.64230.0933
10Callum Ilott7701:00.576518106.140230.67780.0355
11Colton Herta2601:00.600816106.098180.70210.0243
12Helio Castroneves0601:00.749119105.839250.85040.1483
13Romain Grosjean2801:00.780014105.785240.88130.0309
14Felix Rosenqvist701:00.790617105.766250.89190.0106
15Christian Lundgaard3001:00.81719105.720210.91840.0265
16Takuma Sato5101:00.934013105.517221.03530.1169
17Devlin DeFrancesco2901:01.02729105.356181.12850.0932
18David Malukas1801:01.036010105.341191.13730.0088
19Scott McLaughlin301:01.09767105.235251.19890.0616
20Conor Daly2001:01.125315105.187201.22660.0277
21Pato O'Ward501:01.24585104.980241.34710.1205
22Jimmie Johnson4801:01.405416104.707241.50670.1596
23Will Power1201:01.499314104.548241.60060.0939
24Kyle Kirkwood1401:01.507014104.534211.60830.0077
25Dalton Kellett401:01.967815103.757192.06910.4608
— Warm-Up: Results | Back to the session list


Firestone Fast Six
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2600:59.2698108.48044--.------.----
2Scott Dixon900:59.3592108.317550.08940.0894
3Josef Newgarden200:59.5257108.014330.25590.1665
4Alexander Rossi2700:59.5544107.962340.28460.0287
5David Malukas1800:59.6140107.854440.34420.0596
6Scott McLaughlin300:59.9558107.239140.68600.3418
— Firestone Fast Six: Results (PDF) | Overall Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Qualifying Notes
  • Qualifying for the NTT P1 Award consists of three segments. In the first round, each group receives 10 minutes of track time. The fastest six cars from each group advance to Round 2 while the remaining cars are assigned positions 13 to 25. Group 1 drivers will occupy the odd-numbered positions while Group 2 drivers will occupy the even-numbered positions based on their fastest lap times. During Round 2, the 12 advancing cars receive 10 minutes of track time with the fastest six advancing to the Firestone Fast Six while the remaining cars are ranked in positions seven through 12 based on their fastest laps. During the Firestone Fast Six, the six cars receive six minutes of guaranteed green-flag time. At the end of session, cars are ranked one through six based on their fastest laps.
  • At the start of the session, the ambient temperature in Toronto was 79 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius) with clear skies. The track temperature was 124 degrees Fahrenheit (51 degrees Celsius) according to Firestone engineers.
  • While Group 1 was without incident, Group 2 featured two red flags and three penalties.
    • The No. 20 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet of Conor Daly was judged to have interfered with Colton Herta's qualifying effort, causing Daly to lose his two fastest laps and the ability to advance.
    • The No. 29 Andretti Autosport Honda of Devlin DeFrancesco nosed into the tires in Turn 3 causing a local yellow. At the same time, the No. 10 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Alex Palou slowed to a stop bringing out a red flag. Palou was stripped of his two fastest laps and the ability to advance.
    • After the checkered flag, the No. 14 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet of Kyle Kirkwood spun and made contact in Turn 8 after earlier wall contact. The incident brought out a red flag and cost Kirkwood his two fastest laps and the ability to advance.
  • Alexander Rossi, Josef Newgarden, David Malukas, Scott Dixon, Colton Herta and Scott McLaughlin competed in the Firestone Fast Six for the NTT P1 Award.
  • Herta ended the final round of qualifying with the fastest lap: 59.2698 seconds. The effort marked his ninth career NTT IndyCar Series pole. Herta became the first driver to win more than one pole position in 2022 having previously won the pole at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.

Round 2
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alexander Rossi2700:59.3709108.29566--.------.----
2Josef Newgarden200:59.4614108.131780.09050.0905
3David Malukas1800:59.4638108.126780.09290.0024
4Scott Dixon900:59.5348107.997780.16390.0710
5Colton Herta2600:59.5391107.990680.16820.0043
6Scott McLaughlin300:59.5876107.902780.21670.0485
7Callum Ilott7700:59.6352107.816780.26430.0476
8Felix Rosenqvist700:59.6630107.765780.29210.0278
9Marcus Ericsson800:59.8527107.424780.48180.1897
10Christian Lundgaard3000:59.9151107.312880.54420.0624
11Romain Grosjean2801:00.0819107.014880.71100.1668
12Devlin DeFrancesco2901:14.888285.8564415.517314.8063
— Round 2: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Round 1 Group 2
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2601:00.0681107.03966--.------.----
2Devlin DeFrancesco2901:00.1543106.885250.08620.0862
3Josef Newgarden201:00.1584106.878660.09030.0041
4Romain Grosjean2801:00.2755106.670360.20740.1171
5Felix Rosenqvist701:00.3655106.511330.29740.0900
6Christian Lundgaard3001:00.5856106.124360.51750.2201
7Graham Rahal1501:00.6805105.958360.61240.0949
8Will Power1201:00.7974105.755360.72930.1169
9Simon Pagenaud6001:00.7974105.755660.72930.0000
10Rinus VeeKay2101:01.0870105.253361.01890.2896
11Alex Palou1001:03.0514101.974132.98331.9644
12Kyle Kirkwood1401:03.2511101.652153.18300.1997
13Conor Daly2001:05.259398.524155.19122.0082
— Round 1 Group 2: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Round 1 Group 1
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Marcus Ericsson800:59.6875107.72188--.------.----
2Scott Dixon900:59.6996107.699780.01210.0121
3Alexander Rossi2700:59.7724107.568660.08490.0728
4Callum Ilott7700:59.8315107.462780.14400.0591
5David Malukas1800:59.8686107.395880.18110.0371
6Scott McLaughlin300:59.9217107.300880.23420.0531
7Jack Harvey4501:00.0212107.122880.33370.0995
8Pato O'Ward501:00.1193106.947770.43180.0981
9Helio Castroneves0601:00.2712106.678880.58370.1519
10Takuma Sato5101:00.5324106.217770.84490.2612
11Jimmie Johnson4801:00.9817105.435881.29420.4493
12Dalton Kellett4No Time0.000000.00000.0000
— Round 1 Group 1: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Practice 2

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2601:00.047127107.07627--.------.----
2Marcus Ericsson801:00.208221106.789210.16110.1611
3Will Power1201:00.332226106.570260.28510.1240
4Scott McLaughlin301:00.338926106.558260.29180.0067
5Christian Lundgaard3001:00.395426106.458270.34830.0565
6Scott Dixon901:00.454713106.354190.40760.0593
7Graham Rahal1501:00.500922106.273280.45380.0462
8David Malukas1801:00.68344105.953200.63630.1825
9Felix Rosenqvist701:00.685427105.950290.63830.0020
10Alexander Rossi2701:00.692419105.937220.64530.0070
11Simon Pagenaud6001:00.725124105.880290.67800.0327
12Pato O'Ward501:00.757421105.824250.71030.0323
13Rinus VeeKay2101:00.784728105.777290.73760.0273
14Takuma Sato5101:00.872617105.624200.82550.0879
15Conor Daly2001:00.892716105.589210.84560.0201
16Jack Harvey4501:00.905518105.567280.85840.0128
17Devlin DeFrancesco2901:00.937424105.512270.89030.0319
18Callum Ilott7701:00.938022105.511260.89090.0006
19Romain Grosjean2801:00.99649105.409120.94930.0584
20Helio Castroneves0601:01.111025105.212271.06390.1146
21Kyle Kirkwood1401:01.231514105.005271.18440.1205
22Jimmie Johnson4801:01.832323103.984281.78520.6008
23Alex Palou1001:01.91206103.85171.86490.0797
24Dalton Kellett401:02.137024103.475292.08990.2250
25Josef Newgarden201:21.9432178.464121.896119.8062
— Practice 2: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • The start of Practice 2 was delayed 33 minutes due to course and wall repair from previous sessions. Despite the late start, the session remained 45 minutes in duration in a 60-minute window.
  • Five minutes after the 10:33 a.m. EDT green flag, the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet of Josef Newgarden was in pit lane with an oil pressure issue. Newgarden later exited his race car after turning a single lap in Practice 2.
  • Eight minutes into the session, the No. 10 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Alex Palou slowed on course after making contact with the inside and outside barrier in Turn 2. A red flag was not displayed.
  • Two other incidents brought out red flags:
    • At 10:51 a.m., the No. 28 Andretti Autosport Honda of Romain Grosjean was moving slowly on course after contact in Turn 11. Due to debris, the red flag was seven minutes in duration.
    • At 11:23 a.m., the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda of Takuma Sato made contact with the barrier at the exit of Turn 6 causing a seven-minute red flag.
  • Colton Herta's 1:00.0471 was the fastest lap of the session.

Practice 1

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alexander Rossi2701:00.609019106.08323--.------.----
2Simon Pagenaud6001:00.699121105.926240.09010.0901
3Graham Rahal1501:00.703124105.919270.09410.0040
4Marcus Ericsson801:00.726225105.879270.11720.0231
5Josef Newgarden201:00.765027105.811290.15600.0388
6Felix Rosenqvist701:00.793619105.761230.18460.0286
7Colton Herta2601:00.868920105.630240.25990.0753
8Scott Dixon901:00.985423105.429240.37640.1165
9Will Power1201:00.993226105.415280.38420.0078
10Alex Palou1001:01.052228105.313330.44320.0590
11Christian Lundgaard3001:01.174928105.102310.56590.1227
12Helio Castroneves0601:01.245416104.981190.63640.0705
13Takuma Sato5101:01.260427104.955300.65140.0150
14David Malukas1801:01.262722104.951250.65370.0023
15Scott McLaughlin301:01.317122104.858310.70810.0544
16Romain Grosjean2801:01.353527104.796300.74450.0364
17Devlin DeFrancesco2901:01.525229104.504310.91620.1717
18Jack Harvey4501:01.658029104.278321.04900.1328
19Rinus VeeKay2101:01.676621104.247251.06760.0186
20Pato O'Ward501:01.69068104.223261.08160.0140
21Kyle Kirkwood1401:01.835024103.980271.22600.1444
22Conor Daly2001:02.150121103.453251.54110.3151
23Callum Ilott7701:02.687410102.566192.07840.5373
24Jimmie Johnson4801:03.023834102.019372.41480.3364
25Dalton Kellett401:03.087324101.916292.47830.0635
— Practice 1: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • The first practice of the 2022 Honda Indy Toronto race weekend was 75 minutes in duration and began nine minutes after its scheduled 2:30 p.m. EDT start time due to cleanup following the day’s earlier sessions. Teams were able to use both primary and alternate tires in Practice 1.
  • In addition to a track inspection at 3:10 p.m., three other red flags paused the action:
    • At 3:23 p.m., the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet of Callum Ilott stopped in Turn 2 with front wing damage after making left-side contact with the barrier. Ilott climbed from his race car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team.
    • At 3:34 p.m., the No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Jimmie Johnson spun and made light contact in Turn 8.
    • At 3:50 p.m., the No. 06 Meyer Shank Racing Honda of Helio Castroneves made contact with the tire barrier in Turn 8.
  • Alexander Rossi’s 1:00.6090 in the No. 27 Andretti Autosport Honda was the fastest lap of the session.


Green Flag3:30 p.m. EDT *
Drivers Start Your Engines3:23 p.m.
Race Broadcast3 p.m. on Peacock Premium and SportsNet 360 (Canada)
Qualifying2 p.m. Saturday
Practice Sessions2:30–3:45 p.m. Friday
10–11 a.m. Saturday
10:55–11:25 a.m. Sunday (warm-up)
Full Weekend ScheduleView PDF
Live Timing and ScoringINDYCAR Race Control and INDYCAR Mobile app (iOS, Android).
Radio BroadcastINDYCAR Radio Network, SiriusXM 160, 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
Qualifications GroupsView Table
Entry ListView Table
Spotter GuideView Web | View PDF
Pit AssignmentsView PDF
Push-to-Pass Parameters200 seconds of total time with a maximum time of 20 seconds per activation.
Tires Available per EntrySeven sets primary, four sets alternate. Teams must use one set of primary and one new set of alternate tires in the race.

Starting Lineup

SPCar No.DriverEngineTire
126Colton HertaHondaAlternate
29Scott DixonHondaAlternate
32Josef NewgardenChevroletAlternate
427Alexander RossiHondaAlternate
518David Malukas (R)HondaAlternate
63Scott McLaughlinChevroletAlternate
777Callum Ilott (R)ChevroletAlternate
87Felix RosenqvistChevroletAlternate
98Marcus EricssonHondaAlternate
1030Christian Lundgaard (R)HondaAlternate
1128Romain GrosjeanHondaAlternate
1229Devlin DeFrancesco (R)HondaAlternate
1345Jack HarveyHondaAlternate
1415Graham RahalHondaPrimary
155Pato O'WardChevroletPrimary
1612Will PowerChevroletAlternate
1706Helio CastronevesHondaAlternate
1860Simon PagenaudHondaAlternate
1951Takuma SatoHondaPrimary
2021Rinus VeeKayChevroletPrimary
2148Jimmie JohnsonHondaPrimary
2210Alex PalouHondaAlternate
234Dalton KellettChevroletAlternate
2414Kyle Kirkwood (R)ChevroletPrimary
2520Conor DalyChevroletAlternate
(R) Rookie
— Starting Lineup: PDF

Qualifications Groups

Group 1DriverGroup 2Driver
8Marcus Ericsson26Colton Herta
3Scott McLaughlin12Will Power
9Scott Dixon30Christian Lundgaard
18David Malukas15Graham Rahal
27Alexander Rossi7Felix Rosnqvist
5Pato O'Ward60Simon Pagenaud
51Takuma Sato21Rinus VeeKay
45Jack Harvey20Conor Daly
77Callum Ilott29Devlin DeFrancesco
06Helio Castroneves28Romain Grosjean
48Jimmie Johnson14Kyle Kirkwood
4Dalton Kellett10Alex Palou
2Josef Newgarden
— Qualifications Groups: PDF

Entry List

Car No.DriverHometownSponsorTeamEngine
2Josef NewgardenNashville, Tennessee, USAHitachiTeam PenskeChevrolet
3Scott McLaughlinChristchurch, New ZealandXPELTeam PenskeChevrolet
4Dalton KellettStouffville, CanadaK-LineAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
5Pato O'WardMonterrey, MexicoArrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
06Helio CastronevesSao Paulo, BrazilAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
7Felix RosenqvistVärnamo, SwedenArrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
8Marcus EricssonKumla, SwedenHuski ChocolateChip Ganassi RacingHonda
9Scott DixonAuckland, New ZealandPNC BankChip Ganassi RacingHonda
10Alex PalouBarcelona, SpainNTT DataChip Ganassi RacingHonda
12Will PowerToowoomba, AustraliaVerizonTeam PenskeChevrolet
14Kyle Kirkwood (R)Jupiter, Florida, USASexton PropertiesAJ 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
26Colton HertaValencia, California, USAGainbridgeAndretti AutosportHonda
27Alexander RossiNevada City, California, USANAPA Auto Parts / AutoNationAndretti AutosportHonda
28Romain GrosjeanGeneva, SwitzerlandDHLAndretti AutosportHonda
29Devlin DeFrancesco (R)Toronto, CanadaPowerTapAndretti AutosportHonda
30Christian Lundgaard (R)Hedensted, DenmarkHUB InternationalRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
45Jack HarveyBassingham, EnglandHy-VeeRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
48Jimmie JohnsonEl Cajon, California, USACarvanaChip Ganassi RacingHonda
51Takuma SatoTokyo, JapanDeloitteDale Coyne Racing with RWRHonda
60Simon PagenaudMontmorillon, FranceAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
77Callum Ilott (R)Cambridge, EnglandJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet
(R) — Denotes Rookie of the Year candidate
— Entry List: PDF


Track TypeTemporary street course
Length1.786 miles
Race Distance85 laps (151.81 miles)
Track Map
2022 Honda Indy Toronto track map
Event Twitter Account & Hashtag@HondaIndy, #IndyTO

Past Driver Performance IndexView PDF
Last Five Wins— 2019: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
— 2018: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
— 2017: Josef Newgarden, Team Penske
— 2016: Will Power, Team Penske
— 2015: Josef Newgarden, CFH Racing
Last Five Poles— 2019: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske (58.4293)
— 2018: Josef Newgarden, Team Penske (59.4956 seconds)
— 2017: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske (58.9124 seconds)
— 2016: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing (59.9073 seconds)
— 2015: Will Power, Team Penske (59.4280 seconds)
Qualifying Lap Record57.143 seconds (Gil de Ferran of Walker Racing on July 17, 1999)
Qualifying Lap Record (Current Track Layout)58.4293 seconds (Josef Newgarden of Team Penske in 2019)

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