2022 Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey

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WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Sept. 11, 2022

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Race Top Five

RankDriverCar No.Laps LedPoints
1Alex Palou106753
2Josef Newgarden2541
3Will Power121737
4Felix Rosenqvist7533
5Christian Lundgaard30-30

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RankDriverCar No.StartLapsTotal TimeLaps LedStatusPointsAvg. SpeedPit Stops
1Alex Palou10119502:03:31.062867Running53103.2773
2Josef Newgarden2259502:04:01.44405Running41102.8564
3Will Power1219502:04:04.915617Running37102.8083
4Felix Rosenqvist789502:04:06.59505Running33102.7853
5Christian Lundgaard30169502:04:21.9529-Running30102.5733
6Scott McLaughlin379502:04:27.1719-Running28102.5014
7Romain Grosjean2849502:04:29.0481-Running26102.4763
8Pato O'Ward559502:04:31.0149-Running24102.4494
9Marcus Ericsson899502:04:33.6875-Running22102.4124
10Alexander Rossi2739502:04:36.3859-Running20102.3754
11Colton Herta26189502:04:38.7111-Running19102.3434
12Scott Dixon9139502:04:39.0380-Running18102.3394
13David Malukas1869402:03:42.9319-Running17102.0274
14Rinus VeeKay21149402:03:43.7815-Running16102.0154
15Devlin DeFrancesco29209402:03:49.2391-Running15101.9403
16Jimmie Johnson48239402:03:57.8630-Running14101.8225
17Simon Pagenaud60109402:03:58.3072-Running13101.8164
18Graham Rahal15199402:03:58.5298-Running12101.8134
19Helio Castroneves06129402:04:00.8934-Running11101.7814
20Jack Harvey45219402:04:16.6418-Running10101.5665
21Kyle Kirkwood14179402:04:17.0269-Running9101.5604
22Simona De Silvestro16269402:04:21.8108-Running8101.4954
23Takuma Sato51229402:04:46.5209-Running7101.1603
24Conor Daly20159302:03:37.7699-Running6101.0126
25Dalton Kellett4249302:04:32.5177-Running5100.2723
26Callum Ilott7723700:47:29.87641Mechanical6104.6021
— Race: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Race Notes
  • The 2022 Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey was 95 laps on the 11-turn, 2.238-mile WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca road course totaling 212.66 miles. The pit road speed was 45 mph and the pit window was 17–26 laps under green-flag conditions, but cars could have pitted as early as Lap 8 due to strategy.
  • Pole sitter Will Power gridded drivers' left and the green flag to start the race was the third time past the start-line flag stand. Indy car race winner Oriol Servia drove the Honda Civic Type R Safety Car during the race.
  • At 12:20 p.m. PDT, 10 minutes before the scheduled green-flag time, the ambient temperature was 82 degrees with 57% relative humidity and fair skies. The track temperature was 114 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • At 12:23 p.m., Olympic bobsled champion Kaillee Humphries gave the command "Drivers, start your engines." All 26 cars started and were rolling on the grid.
  • All cars but those of Scott McLaughlin, Felix Rosenqvist, Alex Palou, Christian Lundgaard, Kyle Kirkwood, Graham Rahal, Jack Harvey, Josef Newgarden and Simona De Silvestro started the race on red alternate tires. All cars were required to use one new set of red alternate tires and one set of black primary tires during the race.
  • Power led the field into Turn one at the race's start and went on to lead the opening lap, earning a bonus point.
  • On Lap 27, Palou passed Power for the lead in Turn 5 and went on to dominate the race, leading a total of 67 laps.
  • The race's only full-course caution period began on Lap 37 when the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet of Callum Ilott stopped on track in Turn 2 with a mechanical issue. The yellow flag was displayed for three laps.
  • Palou went on to take the white flag with a 30.6716-second lead over Josef Newgarden.
  • Palou took the checkered flag to win his first race of 2022 and the fourth race of his NTT IndyCar Series career.
  • With a third-place finish and 560 total points, Power earned his second series championship on the strength of one victory, nine podium finishes and five NTT P1 Awards. Power's first championship was in 2014, also with Team Penske. He joins five other winners of multiple championships for Team Penske: Rick Mears, Tom Sneva, Al Unser, Gil De Ferrran and Newgarden.
  • Championship points after the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey:
    1. Power 560
    2. Newgarden 544 (-16)
    3. Dixon 521 (-39)
    4. McLaugnlin 510 (-50)
    5. Palou 510 (-50)
    6. Ericsson 506 (-54)
    7. O'Ward 480 (-80)


RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alex Palou1001:12.931814110.47017--.------.----
2Scott McLaughlin301:13.443519109.701230.51170.5117
3Alexander Rossi2701:13.570316109.512190.63850.1268
4David Malukas1801:13.647416109.397220.71560.0771
5Devlin DeFrancesco2901:13.773813109.210170.84200.1264
6Rinus VeeKay2101:13.799210109.172180.86740.0254
7Felix Rosenqvist701:13.847815109.100200.91600.0486
8Scott Dixon901:13.885414109.045180.95360.0376
9Colton Herta2601:13.934013108.973141.00220.0486
10Romain Grosjean2801:14.016312108.852181.08450.0823
11Simon Pagenaud6001:14.092011108.740161.16020.0757
12Marcus Ericsson801:14.20235108.579181.27050.1103
13Callum Ilott7701:14.286319108.456201.35450.0840
14Pato O'Ward501:14.341416108.376231.40960.0551
15Graham Rahal1501:14.395116108.297171.46330.0537
16Jack Harvey4501:14.404217108.284181.47240.0091
17Christian Lundgaard3001:14.68698107.874181.75510.2827
18Will Power1201:14.69837107.858191.76650.0114
19Josef Newgarden201:15.070710107.323182.13890.3724
20Conor Daly2001:15.073316107.319172.14150.0026
21Takuma Sato5101:15.08939107.296192.15750.0160
22Kyle Kirkwood1401:15.200113107.138192.26830.1108
23Simona De Silvestro1601:15.557415106.632182.62560.3573
24Helio Castroneves601:15.74779106.364162.81590.1903
25Jimmie Johnson4801:15.867715106.195172.93590.1200
26Dalton Kellett401:16.19837105.735173.26650.3306
— Warm-up: Results | Back to the session list


Firestone Fast Six
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Will Power1201:11.6127112.50523--.------.----
2Callum Ilott7701:11.6320112.475330.01930.0193
3Alexander Rossi2701:11.7698112.259330.15710.1378
4Romain Grosjean2801:11.7858112.234220.17310.0160
5Alex Palou1001:12.1625111.648330.54980.3767
6Pato O'Ward501:12.4542111.199340.84150.2917
— 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 26. 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.
  • Qualifying in Monterey began on time at 2:05 p.m. PDT.
  • Five minutes prior to the session's start, the ambient temperature at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca was 73 degrees with cloudy skies. The track temperature was 102 degrees according to Firestone Racing engineers.
  • Five minutes into Group 1 Round 1, Josef Newgarden spun the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet in the Corkscrew and ended up off course in Turn 8. The incident led to a five-minute red flag that caused Newgarden to be penalized his two fastest laps and the ability to advance. It also ate up valuable time and forced Race Control to extend the session and allow all cars to have a single timed lap. Championship contenders Scott Dixon and Newgarden were unable to make it into the top six to advance to Round 2.
  • Aside from local yellows and a pit speed violation for Dalton Kellett, there were no other incidents during the remaining rounds of qualifying.
  • Alexander Rossi, Romain Grosjean, Will Power, Pato O'Ward, Alex Palou and Callum Ilott competed in the Firestone Fast Six for the NTT P1 Award. It was Illott's first career appearance in the third round of qualifying.
  • Power ended the final round of qualifying with the fastest lap: 1:11.6127. The effort marked his 68th career pole position, setting a new Indy car record for most poles and breaking a tie with Mario Andretti.

Round 2
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alexander Rossi2701:11.4238112.80356--.------.----
2Romain Grosjean2801:11.4793112.715660.05550.0555
3Will Power1201:11.4871112.703670.06330.0078
4Pato O'Ward501:11.5472112.608670.12340.0601
5Alex Palou1001:11.5857112.548770.16190.0385
6Callum Ilott7701:11.6215112.491670.19770.0358
7David Malukas1801:11.6295112.479670.20570.0080
8Scott McLaughlin301:11.6916112.381770.26780.0621
9Felix Rosenqvist701:11.7285112.324670.30470.0369
10Marcus Ericsson801:12.1359111.689550.71210.4074
11Simon Pagenaud6001:12.2808111.465550.85700.1449
12Helio Castroneves601:12.8856110.540551.46180.6048
— Round 2: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Round 1 Group 2
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Felix Rosenqvist701:11.3471112.92467--.------.----
2Will Power1201:11.3496112.920660.00250.0025
3Romain Grosjean2801:11.5631112.583560.21600.2135
4Helio Castroneves601:11.6618112.428450.31470.0987
5Callum Ilott7701:11.9333112.004670.58620.2715
6Alex Palou1001:12.0990111.746670.75190.1657
7Rinus VeeKay2101:12.1442111.676460.79710.0452
8Christian Lundgaard3001:12.2093111.576670.86220.0651
9Colton Herta2601:12.2720111.479560.92490.0627
10Devlin DeFrancesco2901:12.2996111.436670.95250.0276
11Takuma Sato5101:12.4489111.207661.10180.1493
12Dalton Kellett401:12.8001110.670661.45300.3512
13Simona De Silvestro1601:13.5181109.589662.17100.7180
— Round 1 Group 2: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Round 1 Group 1
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1David Malukas1801:11.7507112.28955--.------.----
2Scott McLaughlin301:11.8474112.138550.09670.0967
3Simon Pagenaud6001:11.8874112.075550.13670.0400
4Alexander Rossi2701:11.8960112.062550.14530.0086
5Pato O'Ward501:11.9993111.901550.24860.1033
6Marcus Ericsson801:12.0856111.767550.33490.0863
7Scott Dixon901:12.1722111.633550.42150.0866
8Conor Daly2001:12.2661111.488550.51540.0939
9Kyle Kirkwood1401:12.4299111.236440.67920.1638
10Graham Rahal1501:12.5970110.980550.84630.1671
11Jack Harvey4501:12.8366110.615551.08590.2396
12Jimmie Johnson4801:13.4172109.740251.66650.5806
13Josef Newgarden2No Time0030.00000.0000
— Round 1 Group 1: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Practice 2

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alex Palou1001:11.384718112.86523--.------.----
2Alexander Rossi2701:11.692015112.381200.30730.3073
3Will Power1201:11.718313112.340130.33360.0263
4Josef Newgarden201:11.797319112.216190.41260.0790
5Colton Herta2601:11.849714112.134170.46500.0524
6Scott Dixon901:11.919217112.026170.53450.0695
7Christian Lundgaard3001:11.946318111.984220.56160.0271
8Simon Pagenaud6001:11.951414111.976160.56670.0051
9Callum Ilott7701:11.98995111.916180.60520.0385
10David Malukas1801:12.102919111.740210.71820.1130
11Romain Grosjean2801:12.156813111.657210.77210.0539
12Jack Harvey4501:12.302414111.432190.91770.1456
13Devlin DeFrancesco2901:12.333715111.384200.94900.0313
14Graham Rahal1501:12.353215111.354180.96850.0195
15Helio Castroneves0601:12.474416111.168201.08970.1212
16Kyle Kirkwood1401:12.518621111.100231.13390.0442
17Rinus VeeKay2101:12.621513110.942191.23680.1029
18Scott McLaughlin301:12.64577110.905211.26100.0242
19Felix Rosenqvist701:12.66594110.875171.28120.0202
20Marcus Ericsson801:12.775715110.707151.39100.1098
21Takuma Sato5101:12.830414110.624221.44570.0547
22Conor Daly2001:12.859714110.580171.47500.0293
23Dalton Kellett401:12.989012110.384291.60430.1293
24Jimmie Johnson4801:13.206515110.056211.82180.2175
25Simona De Silvestro1601:13.386110109.786212.00140.1796
26Pato O'Ward501:13.77358109.21092.38880.3874
— Practice 2: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • The start of Practice 2, originally scheduled at 10:15 a.m. PDT, was delayed by two minutes. The session was 45 minutes in duration with a 60-minute window to account for 15 minutes of red-flag time without having to run down the clock.
  • The session was slowed by two red flags:
    • Graham Rahal caused a two-minute stoppage when his No. 15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda spun off course at the Corkscrew.
    • Pato O'Ward's No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet spun off course in Turn 10 and made light contact with the tire barrier, causing a nine-minute red flag.
  • Both drivers were assessed five-minute time penalties for causing red flags during practice.
  • Alex Palou, who was eliminated from title contention following Round 16 at Portland International Raceway, had the fastest Practice 2 lap: 1:11 3847.
  • Three of the five remaining championship contenders were in the top 10: Will Power was third fastest with a 1:11.7183, Josef Newgarden was fourth fastest with a 1:11.7973 and Scott Dixon was sixth fastest with a 1:11.9192.
  • The remaining two challengers were farther down the order, with Scott McLaughlin in 18th and Marcus Ericsson in 20th.

Practice 1

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Josef Newgarden201:11.410314112.82418--.------.----
2Colton Herta2601:11.826612112.170160.41630.4163
3Romain Grosjean2801:11.869715112.103180.45940.0431
4Alexander Rossi2701:11.903417112.050200.49310.0337
5Callum Ilott7701:11.949013111.979170.53870.0456
6Simon Pagenaud6001:11.982110111.928190.57180.0331
7Will Power1201:11.985814111.922210.57550.0037
8Pato O'Ward501:12.03339111.848160.62300.0475
9David Malukas1801:12.041816111.835220.63150.0085
10Marcus Ericsson801:12.080310111.775150.67000.0385
11Scott McLaughlin301:12.087710111.764150.67740.0074
12Felix Rosenqvist701:12.10368111.739140.69330.0159
13Devlin DeFrancesco2901:12.213522111.569260.80320.1099
14Alex Palou1001:12.31026111.420190.89990.0967
15Christian Lundgaard3001:12.319317111.406200.90900.0091
16Helio Castroneves0601:12.384013111.306220.97370.0647
17Scott Dixon901:12.391112111.295160.98080.0071
18Takuma Sato5101:12.440117111.220191.02980.0490
19Jack Harvey4501:12.977413110.401151.56710.5373
20Graham Rahal1501:13.048713110.294161.63840.0713
21Rinus VeeKay2101:13.100413110.216191.69010.0517
22Conor Daly2001:13.145015110.148191.73470.0446
23Kyle Kirkwood1401:13.276120109.951281.86580.1311
24Dalton Kellett401:13.633123109.418272.22280.3570
25Jimmie Johnson4801:13.925118108.986202.51480.2920
26Simona De Silvestro1601:14.054425108.796272.64410.1293
— Practice 1: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • Practice 1 for the 2022 Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey began on time at 2:30 p.m. PDT. The session was 75 minutes in duration.
  • Just past the halfway point at 3:17 p.m., the session's only red flag came out when the No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Jimmie Johnson made contact with the tire barrier in Turn 6. The incident led to a seven-minute pause in the action. Johnson was penalized five minutes of practice time for causing a red flag.
  • At the end of the session, championship contender Josef Newgarden's 1:11.4103 in the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet was fastest overall and 0.4163 seconds quicker than second-fastest Colton Herta.
  • The other championship contenders placed throughout the order, with points leader Will Power seventh fastest in the No. 12 Team Penske Chevrolet with a 1:11.9858. 2022 Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson was 10th fastest in the No. 8 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, Scott McLaughlin was 11th quick in the No. 3 Team Penske Chevrolet and Scott Dixon was 17th fastest in the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda.
  • Despite having tested at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in preparation for the season's final race, Dixon's performance and the team's overall was subpar.
  • "We came in with a pretty different setup than what we did at the test," said Dixon after practice in a quote supplied by his team. "We just wanted to try a few different things. We could see that the 8 car already backed up on some of those, so it looked like he moved in a positive direction. Still, all of us outside the top 10 is not ideal."

Green Flag12:30 p.m. PDT *
Drivers Start Your Engines12:23 p.m.
Race Broadcast3 p.m. EDT on NBC
Qualifying2:05 p.m. Saturday
Practice Sessions2:30–3:45 p.m. Friday
10:15–11:15 a.m. Saturday (45-minute session)
9–9:30 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 Pacific Daylight Time unless otherwise noted. 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 Parameters150 seconds of total time with a maximum time of 15 seconds per activation.
Tires Available per EntrySix sets primary, four sets alternate. Teams must use one set of primary and one new set of alternate tires in the race. (Note: A seventh set of primary tires is available to any car fielding a rookie driver.)

Starting Lineup

SPCar No.DriverEngineTire
112Will PowerChevroletAlternate
277Callum Ilott (R)ChevroletAlternate
327Alexander RossiHondaAlternate
428Romain GrosjeanHondaAlternate
55Pato O'WardChevroletAlternate
618David Malukas (R)HondaAlternate
73Scott McLaughlinChevroletPrimary
87Felix RosenqvistChevroletPrimary
98Marcus EricssonHondaAlternate
1060Simon PagenaudHondaAlternate
1110Alex PalouHondaPrimary
1206Helio CastronevesHondaAlternate
139Scott DixonHondaAlternate
1421Rinus VeeKayChevroletAlternate
1520Conor DalyChevroletAlternate
1630Christian Lundgaard (R)HondaPrimary
1714Kyle Kirkwood (R)ChevroletPrimary
1826Colton HertaHondaAlternate
1915Graham RahalHondaPrimary
2029Devlin DeFrancesco (R)HondaAlternate
2145Jack HarveyHondaPrimary
2251Takuma SatoHondaAlternate
2348Jimmie JohnsonHondaAlternate
244Dalton KellettChevroletAlternate
252Josef NewgardenChevroletPrimary
2616Simona De SilvestroChevroletPrimary
(R) Rookie
— Starting Lineup: PDF

Qualifications Groups

Group 1DriverGroup 2Driver
27Alexander Rossi10Alex Palou
2Josef Newgarden12Will Power
9Scott Dixon26Colton Herta
60Simon Pagenaud30Christian Lundgaard
18David Malukas77Callum Ilott
45Jack Harvey28Romain Grosjean
15Graham Rahal29Devlin DeFrancesco
14Kyle Kirkwood06Helio Castroneves
3Scott McLaughlin21Rinus VeeKay
8Marcus Ericsson7Felix Rosenqvist
20Conor Daly51Takuma Sato
48Jimmie Johnson4Dalton Kellett
5Pato O'Ward16Simona De Silvestro
— Qualifications Groups: PDF

Entry List

Car No.DriverHometownSponsorTeamEngine
2Josef NewgardenNashville, Tennessee, USAHitachiTeam PenskeChevrolet
3Scott McLaughlinChristchurch, New ZealandXPELTeam PenskeChevrolet
4Dalton KellettToronto, 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
16Simona De SilvestroThun, SwitzerlandParetta AutosportParetta AutosportChevrolet
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, CanadaJones SodaAndretti AutosportHonda
30Christian Lundgaard (R)Hedensted, DenmarkPeopleReadyRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
45Jack HarveyBassingham, EnglandHy-VeeRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
48Jimmie JohnsonEl Cajon, California, USACarvanaChip Ganassi RacingHonda
51Takuma SatoTokyo, JapanNurtec ODTDale 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 TypeRoad course
Length2.238 miles
Race Distance95 laps (212.61 miles)
Number of Turns11
Track Map
2022 Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey track map
Event Twitter Account & Hashtag@WeatherTechRcwy, #FirestoneGP

Past Driver Performance IndexView PDF
Last Five Wins— 2021: Colton Herta, Andretti Autosport
— 2019: Colton Herta, Harding Steinbrenner Racing
— 2004: Patrick Carpentier, Forsythe Championship Racing
— 2003: Patrick Carpentier, Team Player's
— 2002: Cristiano da Matta, Newman/Haas Racing
Last Five Poles— 2021: Colton Herta, Andretti Autosport (1:10.7994)
— 2019: Colton Herta, Harding Steinbrenner Racing (1:10.1405)
— 2004: Sebastien Bourdais, Newman/Haas Racing (1:09.358)
— 2003: Patrick Carpentier, Team Player's (1:09.575)
— 2002: Cristiano da Matta, Newman/Haas Racing (1:09.473)
Qualifying Lap Record1:07.722 (Helio Castroneves of Team Penske on Sept. 8, 2000)

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