2024 Indianapolis 500

2024 Indianapolis 500 logo

Indianapolis Motor Speedway
May 26, 2024

Use the tabs or menu above to view session results, schedule, entrant facts, weather forecast, track facts and history.

Race Top Five

RankDriverCar No.Laps LedPoints
1Josef Newgarden22661
2Pato O'Ward51246
3Scott Dixon91236
4Alexander Rossi71242
5Alex Palou10131

View the Results tab for full results.

Passing Analysis

Miles Completed12610.00
Passing Index*5.15
Position Passes596
Position Passing Index*4.73
* Passing Index (PI) is number of passes per 100 miles completed. Position Passing Index (PPI) is number of position passes per 100 miles completed. For historical passing analysis, visit the History tab.

Post-Race Analysis

Box ScoreView PDF
Event SummaryView PDF
Lap ChartView PDF
Leader Lap SummaryView PDF
Pit Stop SummaryView PDF
Top Section TimesView PDF
Section ResultsView PDF




RankDriverCar No.StartLapsTotal TimeLaps LedStatusPointsAvg. SpeedPit Stops
1Josef Newgarden2320002:58:49.407926Running61167.7635
2Pato O'Ward5820002:58:49.749612Running46167.7586
3Scott Dixon92120002:58:50.317612Running36167.7496
4Alexander Rossi7420002:58:50.577012Running42167.7455
5Alex Palou101420002:58:50.91581Running31167.7405
6Scott McLaughlin3120002:58:51.467264Running43167.7315
7Kyle Kirkwood271120002:58:51.94582Running29167.7246
8Santino Ferrucci14620002:58:53.02221Running32167.7075
9Rinus VeeKay21720002:58:53.36398Running29167.7015
10Conor Daly242920002:58:54.015022Running21167.6916
11Callum Ilott61520002:58:54.37311Running20167.6867
12Christian Rasmussen332420002:58:54.73131Running19167.6806
13Christian Lundgaard452820002:58:55.59034Running18167.6677
14Takuma Sato751020002:58:56.0972-Running19167.6596
15Graham Rahal153320002:58:56.76871Running16167.6487
16Sting Ray Robb412320002:58:57.917723Running15167.6305
17Ed Carpenter201720002:58:58.31603Running14167.6246
18Kyle Larson17520002:58:58.89254Running21167.6156
19Romain Grosjean772620002:58:59.2391-Running11167.6107
20Helio Castroneves062020002:58:59.7681-Running10167.6015
21Kyffin Simpson41820002:59:00.50103Running10167.5908
22Agustin Canapino782219902:58:52.6079-Running8166.8756
23Colton Herta261317002:50:29.6118-Contact7149.5664
24Will Power12214502:13:37.2524-Contact17162.7744
25Marco Andretti981911301:47:32.7638-Contact5157.6075
26Ryan Hunter-Reay231210701:39:56.0999-Contact6160.6044
27Felix Rosenqvist6095500:51:59.8657-Mechanical9158.6611
28Linus Lundqvist8272700:29:29.7195-Contact5137.3102
29Katherine Legge51312200:30:52.8001-Mechanical5106.8651
30Marcus Armstrong1116600:10:27.1741-Mechanical586.1000
31Tom Blomqvist6625000:00:05.4517-Contact50.0000
32Pietro Fittipaldi3030000:00:05.6941-Contact50.0000
33Marcus Ericsson2832000:00:05.9281-Contact50.0000
— Race: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Race Notes
  • The 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500 was 200 laps on the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval totaling 500 miles. The race would have become official after 101 laps.
  • The pit road speed was 60 mph and the green flag to start the race was shown the fourth time past the flag stand. The pace speed on the parade laps was approximately 75, 85, 95 and 105 mph.
  • All restarts were single file.
  • Each team had 125 gallons of Shell 100% Renewable Race Fuel per car for the race. The fuel window was 30–35 laps under green-flag conditions.
  • At 4:08 p.m. EDT, the ambient temperature was 72 degrees with a relative humidity of 80% and south-southeast winds at 4 mph. Skies were mostly cloudy. The track temperature was 87 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • At 4:37 p.m., Roger Penske, chairman of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, gave the command, "Drivers, start your engines." All cars started and began their pace laps.
  • Baseball Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. drove the 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray 3LZ pace car during the pace laps. Nine-time Indianapolis 500 starter Sarah Fisher drove the pace car during all caution periods.
  • After a rain delay of four hours, the green flag flew at 4:44 p.m. with the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet of Scott McLaughlin leading the field into Turn 1. Behind, the first of eight caution periods began on Lap 1 with a multi-car incident.
    • The No. 66 Meyer Shank Racing Honda of Tom Blomqvist, the No. 28 Andretti Global Honda of Marcus Ericsson, the No. 6 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet of Callum Ilott and the No. 30 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda of Pietro Fittipaldi were involved in the Lap 1 incident.
    • Blomqvist spun at the exit of Turn 1 and collected Ericsson. Both cars made hard contact with the SAFER Barrier in the south short chute. In a separate incident, Fittipaldi made contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2 after car-to-car contact with Ilott.
    • The cars of Blomqvist, Ericsson and Fittipaldi retired from there race.
    • The leaders under the first caution were McLaughlin, Will Power, Josef Newgarden, Santino Ferrucci and Alexander Rossi.
    • On Lap 4 while under caution, the cars of Linus Lundqvist, Christian Lundgaard, Graham Rahal, Conor Daly and Katherine Legge all made early pit stops.
  • McLaughlin led the field on the Lap 9 restart and was ahead of teammate Power by 0.0903 of a second on Lap 15. The lead increased to 0.1153 of a second on Lap 20.
  • The race's second caution flag flew on Lap 23.
    • The No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing Honda of Legge had smoke trailing in Turn 3. The car retired from the race.
    • The top five at the start of the second caution period were McLaughlin, Power, Newgarden, Ferrucci and Rossi.
    • The leaders made pit stops on Lap 24 while still under caution. Sting Ray Robb, who did not stop, assumed the race lead.
    • McLaughlin won the race off pit road.
  • The No. 41 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet of Robb led the field back to green at the end of Lap 26 but was passed by the No. 23 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet of Daly in Turn 1 on Lap 27.
  • One lap later, the race's third caution period began.
    • The No. 8 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Linus Lundqvist made right-side contact with the SAFER Barrier after racing four-wide into the corner. The car then spun at the exit of the corner and stopped in the short chute between Turns 1 and 2.
    • The leaders at the start of the third caution were Daly, Robb, McLaughlin, Ferrucci and Lundgaard.
    • While under caution, the cars of Marco Andretti and Ilott made pit stops for four tires and fuel.
  • Daly led the field back to green at the end of Lap 32, but Robb made a move for the lead at start-finish. McLaughlin passed for the lead in Turn 1 and was officially scored the leader on Lap 33. Three laps later, Daly passed McLaughlin for the lead at start-finish and continued out front until his pit stop on Lap 43.
  • On Lap 45, McLaughlin led Ferrucci by 0.2004 of a second and continued with a similar gap until the race's fourth caution flag emerged on Lap 54.
    • The action paused for smoke trailing from the No. 60 Meyer Shank Racing Honda of Felix Rosenqvist in Turn 1.
    • Leaders at the start of the fourth caution were McLaughlin, Ferrucci, Rossi, Colton Herta and Newgarden.
    • While under caution, the leaders visited pit road for four tires and fuel. Daly did not pit and inherited the race lead. Rossi won the race off pit road.
  • The end of Lap 64 brought the return of the green flag with Daly leading the field off Turn 4 to start-finish. McLaughlin made a pass for the lead entering Turn 1 but Robb led at the end of Lap 65 and continued out front until Lap 77 when the No. 41 Chevrolet made a pit stop.
  • The next laps saw McLaughlin leading Herta until Lap 86 when the race's fifth caution flag flew.
    • The No. 26 Andretti Global Honda of Herta spun and made contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 1.
    • Leaders at the start of the fifth caution were McLaughlin, Newgarden, Ferrucci, Alex Palou and Rossi.
    • While still yellow flagged, the leaders hit pit road on Lap 88 for four tires and fuel. Rinus VeeKay did not stop and inherited the race lead. Newgarden won the race off pit road.
  • VeeKay led the field off Turn 4 to start-finish at the end of Lap 91. VeeKay was passed by Lundgaard on Lap 97 who was scored as the leader until Lap 100 when the No. 45 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda made a pit stop. Th new leader was Newgarden.
  • Newgarden led Ferrucci by 0.1019 of a second on Lap 105 and continued until Lap 107 when the race's sixth caution period began.
    • The No. 23 Dreyer & Reinbold Chevrolet of Ryan Hunter-Reay made contact with the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Scott Dixon on the backstretch. Hunter-Reay then did a full spin in the grass but was able to continue on course with front wing damage.
    • The incident was under review by Race Control but no action was taken.
  • Green-flag racing resumed at the end of Lap 113 but quickly ended when the race's seventh caution period began on Lap 114.
    • The No. 98 Andretti Global Honda of Andretti spun in Turn 1 and made rear contact.
    • Leaders at the start of the seventh caution were McLaughlin, Newgarden, Ferrucci, Rossi and Palou.
  • McLaughlin led the field out of Turn 4 at the end of Lap 118 as green-flag racing resumed. McLaughlin continued to lead until passed by Newgarden at the line on Lap 126.
  • Newgarden remained out front until a Lap 130 pit stop, returning the lead to McLaughlin who pitted one lap later. The lead continued to cycle, first to Ferrucci on Lap and then to Dixon on Lap 133 and Pato O'Ward on Lap 135.
  • Pit stops continued and Robb cycled back to the front on Lap 144 when the race's eight and final full-course caution came out.
    • The No. 12 Team Penske Chevrolet of Will Power spun and made contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2.
    • Leaders at the start of the eighth caution were Robb, Lundgaard, Dixon, O'Ward and Rossi.
    • On Lap 151 while still under yellow-flag conditions, Robb and Lundgaard pitted for four tires and fuel. Dixon inherited the race lead.
  • Dixon led the field off Turn 4 to the start-finish line at the end of Lap 155 but was passed by both Rossi and O'Ward in Turn 1 with Rossi coming out ahead.
  • The Arrow McLaren teammates swapped the lead several times between Laps 156 and 166 but the exchange ended when Rossi pitted on Lap 169 and O'Ward pitted with Dixon on Lap 172.
  • Following the final round of green-flag pit stops, Rossi emerged as the leader on Lap 187 but was passed by Newgarden who led Lap 188. Rossi and Newgarden continued to swap until O'Ward came to the front on Lap 195.
  • The final five laps saw O'Ward and Newgarden battling for the race lead with O'Ward taking the white flag on Lap 199 with a pass on the frontstretch. On the final lap, Newgarden got a run on O'Ward and passed for the lead in Turn 3.
  • Newgarden took the checkered flag with a 0.3417-second lead over O'Ward. Dixon finished third while Rossi and Palou completed the top five.
  • It marked the second career Indianapolis 500 victory for Newgarden in his 13th career Indy 500 start.
  • Newgarden became the sixth driver to earn consecutive "500" victories and the first since Helio Castroneves in 2001 and 2002. The other back-to-back winners are Wilbur Shaw in 1939 and 1940, Mauri Rose in 1947 and 1948, Bill Vukovich in 1953 and 1954 and Al Unser in 1970 and 1971.
  • Newgarden joined the two-time winners club, last joined by Takuma Sato in 2020. Sato also won in 2017.
  • Team Penske earned its 20th Indianapolis 500 victory, extending its event record. Chip Ganassi is second with six wins, five with Chip Ganassi Racing and one as a co-owner with Pat Patrick. Roger Penske also became the first team owner to have two drivers complete consecutive "500" wins. The other driver was Castroneves.
  • The result marked the 14th time the car that started third won the Indy 500. The last winner from the third starting spot was Sato in 2020.
  • Chevrolet won its 13th "500," elevating it to third in event history. Offenhauser is first with 27 wins, followed by Honda with 15.
  • Newgarden's win marked the 11th time car No. 2 has won the race, tying that number with the No. 3 for the most wins in Indianapolis 500 history.
  • The last time American drivers won two consecutive Indy 500s was in 1991 and 1992 with Rick Mears and Al Unser Jr.
  • Newgarden became the fourth driver to win the "500" at age 33. The last was Ryan Hunter-Reay in 2014.
  • Eighteen different drivers led laps in the 108th running, the most in the event's history. The previous record was 15 drivers in 2017 and 2018. There were 49 total lead changes, the fourth highest total in Indianapolis 500 history. The record is 68 in 2013, followed by 54 in 2016 and 52 in 2023.
  • Pole winner McLaughlin led a race-high 64 laps, his first career laps led in the "500." Other drivers leading their first laps were Robb, Lundgaard, Kyle Kirkwood, Kyffin Simpson, Kyle Larson and Christian Rasmussen. All 18 lap leaders finished on the lead lap, beating an event record of 11 set in 2023.
  • Dixon led 12 laps, extending his event record to 677 career laps led. He also led laps in his 16th Indianapolis 500, breaking the event record of 15 races led he shared with Tony Kanaan. Dixon finished third, giving him nine top-five finishes in 22 career starts.
  • Rossi finished fourth, his sixth top-five finish in nine career starts.
  • Helio Castroneves made his 24th Indianapolis 500 start, moving into a three-way tie with Gordon Johncock and Johnny Rutherford for fourth place for career Indy 500 starts. The record is 35 by AJ Foyt followed by Mario Andretti with 29 and Al Unser with 27.
  • Ericsson, who was out on Lap 1, became the first former winner to finish last since Juan Pablo Montoya in 2016. It was also the first Lap 1 caution since 2015, when there was a multi-car incident in Turn 1 that took Sage Karam out of the race.
  • Daly advanced more positions than any other driver, finishing 10th after starting 29th.
  • Lundgaard recorded the fastest race lap at 226.373 mph on Lap 175.
  • Official points after the 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500:
    1. Palou 183
    2. Dixon 163 (-20)
    3. Power 157 (-26)
    4. O'Ward 134 (-49)
    5. Herta 134 (-49)
    6. McLaughlin 131 (-52)
    7. Newgarden 122 (-61)
    8. Rossi 120 (-63)
    9. Roseqnvist 116 (-67)
    10. Kirkwood 115 (-68)

Practice 9 — Final Practice

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Scott Dixon900:39.611711227.20690--.------.----
2Helio Castroneves0600:39.65835226.9391030.04660.0466
3Pato O'Ward500:39.706010226.666780.09430.0477
4Colton Herta2600:39.78424226.220790.17250.0782
5Tom Blomqvist6600:39.920111225.450620.30840.1359
6Marcus Ericsson2800:39.92597225.418640.31420.0058
7Agustin Canapino7800:39.94324225.3201050.33150.0173
8Felix Rosenqvist6000:39.94505225.310890.33330.0018
9Alex Palou1000:39.946386225.302910.33460.0013
10Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:39.97803225.124630.36630.0317
11Callum Ilott600:39.986639225.0751030.37490.0086
12Kyffin Simpson400:40.031315224.8241040.41960.0447
13Kyle Larson1700:40.042624224.761740.43090.0113
14Takuma Sato7500:40.065991224.630960.45420.0233
15Pietro Fittipaldi3000:40.076912224.568970.46520.0110
16Marcus Armstrong1100:40.10588224.4061000.49410.0289
17Graham Rahal1500:40.115411224.3531060.50370.0096
18Marco Andretti9800:40.120912224.322720.50920.0055
19Christian Lundgaard4500:40.127237224.287740.51550.0063
20Scott McLaughlin300:40.131218224.264930.51950.0040
21Will Power1200:40.13326224.253690.52150.0020
22Conor Daly2400:40.13339224.253740.52160.0001
23Kyle Kirkwood2700:40.151110224.153650.53940.0178
24Santino Ferrucci1400:40.185244223.963490.57350.0341
25Romain Grosjean7700:40.18784223.949820.57610.0026
26Alexander Rossi700:40.202568223.867920.59080.0147
27Christian Rasmussen3300:40.210561223.822880.59880.0080
28Sting Ray Robb4100:40.261478223.539950.64970.0509
29Ed Carpenter2000:40.29584223.348670.68410.0344
30Rinus VeeKay2100:40.354115223.026900.74240.0583
31Katherine Legge5100:40.371974222.927860.76020.0178
32Josef Newgarden200:40.386412222.847720.77470.0145
33Linus Lundqvist800:40.38786222.840490.77610.0014
— Practice 9: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • Practice 9 on Carb Day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway served as final practice for the 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500. The session ran from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EDT and featured two yellow flags.
  • The first caution was at 12:44 p.m., when the No. 17 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet of Kyle Larson was slow on the backstretch and required a tow-in. Green-flag running resumed with 10 minutes left on the clock.
  • The second yellow flag was displayed one minute before the end of the session for debris on the frontstretch. The checkered flag flew at 1 p.m.
  • At the conclusion of final practice, the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Scott Dixon was fastest with a 227.206 mph lap.

Practice 8

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Josef Newgarden200:39.781153226.23889--.------.----
2Colton Herta2600:39.783914226.222960.00280.0028
3Will Power1200:39.79885226.137890.01770.0149
4Agustin Canapino7800:39.867735225.747690.08660.0689
5Pato O'Ward500:39.869327225.738700.08820.0016
6Christian Rasmussen3300:39.872755225.7181000.09160.0034
7Scott Dixon900:39.90853225.516660.12740.0358
8Romain Grosjean7700:39.910051225.507910.12890.0015
9Alexander Rossi700:39.920890225.446920.13970.0108
10Marco Andretti9800:39.963687225.205920.18250.0428
11Graham Rahal1500:39.968182225.180860.18700.0045
12Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:39.991173225.050750.21000.0230
13Helio Castroneves0600:39.999462225.003750.21830.0083
14Conor Daly2400:40.013910224.922550.23280.0145
15Santino Ferrucci1400:40.031614224.822950.25050.0177
16Tom Blomqvist6600:40.071370224.6001060.29020.0397
17Takuma Sato7500:40.077117224.567610.29600.0058
18Callum Ilott600:40.103613224.419850.32250.0265
19Alex Palou1000:40.11947224.330790.33830.0158
20Christian Lundgaard4500:40.150052224.159750.36890.0306
21Scott McLaughlin300:40.173164224.031770.39200.0231
22Felix Rosenqvist6000:40.206762223.843990.42560.0336
23Linus Lundqvist800:40.206968223.842830.42580.0002
24Kyle Kirkwood2700:40.211110223.819950.43000.0042
25Marcus Ericsson2800:40.239971223.659770.45880.0288
26Pietro Fittipaldi3000:40.273287223.474880.49210.0333
27Kyffin Simpson400:40.297814223.337570.51670.0246
28Kyle Larson1700:40.30238223.312700.52120.0045
29Rinus VeeKay2100:40.354142223.026810.57300.0518
30Marcus Armstrong1100:40.370426222.936890.58930.0163
31Sting Ray Robb4100:40.384815222.856640.60370.0144
32Ed Carpenter2000:40.41509222.690710.63390.0302
33Katherine Legge5100:40.522253222.100580.74110.1072
— Practice 8: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • Monday practice at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was two hours in duration from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT.
  • Practice 8 featured one yellow flag for a track inspection near the midpoint of session beginning at 1:57 p.m. and ending at 2:10 p.m.
  • At the conclusion of practice, the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet of Josef Newgarden was fastest at 226.238 mph

Qualifications — Fast Six

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Scott McLaughlin338.375338.400638.434038.491802:33.7017234.220
2Will Power1238.440538.469038.499938.491302:33.9007233.917
3Josef Newgarden238.430638.460838.520838.560402:33.9726233.808
4Alexander Rossi738.451338.571238.684538.739902:34.4469233.090
5Kyle Larson1738.563238.642738.681638.720802:34.6083232.846
6Santino Ferrucci1438.591638.656638.722238.740602:34.7110232.692
— Qualifications (Fast Six): Results (PDF) | Combined Attempts (PDF) | Back to the session list

Qualifying Notes
  • Firestone Fast Six qualifying began at 5:20 p.m. EDT and set the front two rows of the 33-car starting grid.
  • First on track, Santino Ferrucci's 232.692 mph four-lap average set the speed to beat. Each subsequent driver went faster, dropping Ferrucci to sixth by the end of the session.
  • Kyle Larson's four laps averaged to 232.846 mph and were quickly beaten by teammate Alexander Rossi, whose Lap 1 was the first lap to exceed 234 mph.
  • Josef Newgarden matched Rossi's feat with his own 234 mph first lap only to see his speeds drop each lap, averaging 233.808 mph.
  • Power nearly matched Newgarden lap for lap and barely edged out his teammate with a 233.917 mph average speed.
  • McLaughlin, last to qualify, stunned with a massive 234.526 mph opening lap and backed it up with two more consecutive 234 mph laps and a 233 mph Lap 4, averaging 234.220 mph. The effort won McLaughlin the NTT P1 Award, his second of 2024 and the seventh of his NTT IndyCar Series career.
  • The four-lap average speed of McLaughlin's No. 3 Team Penske Chevrolet became the fastest pole speed in Indy 500 history, beating Alex Palou's 2023 pole speed by 0.003 mph.
  • The result marked Team Penske's first front-row sweep since 1998. It was the team's 19th "500" pole and the first for McLaughlin at Indianapolis.

Qualifications — Last Chance

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Katherine Legge5138.992739.023739.115039.327602:36.4590230.092
2Marcus Ericsson2839.016539.120839.175339.191102:36.5037230.027
3Graham Rahal1539.063239.130739.158939.186802:36.5396229.974
4Nolan Siegel1839.163139.168639.223139.262602:36.8174229.566
— Qualifications (Last Chance): Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Qualifying Notes
  • Last Chance qualifying began at 4:07 p.m. EDT. The session set the 11th row of the 33-car field with the fastest three qualifiers ranked 31st, 32nd and 33rd. Those outside the tope three were bumped from the field.
  • Nolan Siegel was the first driver to make an attempt, averaging 229.566 mph.
  • Marcus Ericsson was the second Last Chance qualifier, averaging 220.702 mph after he lifted following his third lap thinking that his run was complete. The attempt was later disallowed by INDYCAR due to work performed on the No. 28 Andretti Global Honda.
  • Katherine Legge's 230.092 mph four-lap average moved her to the top of the Last Chance leaderboard, where she remained through the remainder of the one-hour session.
  • Rahal, the last of the four Last Chance qualifiers on track, completed his run with a 229.974 mph average speed which bumped Ericsson from the field of 33.
  • Ericsson returned for a second attempt but ran it at a low speed to help cool his engine. The attempt averaged just 168.986 mph, keeping him below the cut line.
  • Eight minutes before the end of the session, Ericsson made a third attempt which averaged 230.027 mph, slotting him between Legge and Rahal and bumping Siegel from the field.
  • With two minutes left on the clock, Siegel took to the track in an attempt to bump his way back into the field. His first lap at 229.288 mph was not fast enough to surpass Rahal's four-lap average. On Siegel's second lap, his No. 18 Dale Coyne racing Honda made right-side contact in Turn 1. The car then spun and made secondary contact with the wall in Turn 2. Siegel climbed from his car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team.
  • Unable to complete his run, Siegel was bumped from the field.

Qualifications — Top 12

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Scott McLaughlin338.482938.516138.557438.624502:34.1809233.492
2Will Power1238.489138.524938.559038.613502:34.1865233.483
3Josef Newgarden238.543838.597638.597138.578302:34.3168233.286
4Felix Rosenqvist6038.697938.746238.729038.795502:34.9686232.305
5Kyle Kirkwood2738.678738.715038.778939.676402:35.8490230.993
6Alexander Rossi738.532638.612838.641438.672402:34.4592233.071
7Kyle Larson1738.551738.647938.696738.750602:34.6469232.788
8Santino Ferrucci1438.616738.675638.689538.708802:34.6906232.723
9Rinus VeeKay2138.544138.663638.760738.797302:34.7657232.610
10Pato O'Ward538.594238.694438.737038.757302:34.7829232.584
11Takuma Sato7538.762738.755338.757638.782202:35.0578232.171
12Ryan Hunter-Reay2338.887039.110339.097039.042402:36.1367230.567
— Qualifications (Top 12): Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Qualifying Notes
  • Top 12 qualifying began at 3 p.m. EDT with an ambient temperature of 87 degrees, 46% relative humidity and partly cloudy skies. The track temperature was 125 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay, first to qualify, set the speed to beat at 230.567 mph. The mark was quickly eclipsed by Rinus VeeKay, who held the top spot through the next two qualifiers — Pato O'Ward and Takuma Sato.
  • Santino Ferrucci took over the top spot with a 232.723 mph four-lap average which the next qualifier, Felix Rosenqvist, was unable to surpass.
  • Kyle Larson's four-lap average of 232.788 mph brought him to the top of the speed chart and locked him into the Fast Six. Larson also bumped Hunter-Reay from the Fast Six. Notably, Larson's first lap at 233.453 mph was the fastest single qualifying lap by an Indy 500 rookie driver. Kyle Kirkwood, the eighth qualifier, did not challenge the speed.
  • Alexander Rossi, the last qualifier before the trio of Team Penske drivers, beat teammate Larson with a 233.071 mph four-lap average. He bumped Sato from the Fast Six.
  • Josef Newgarden, Scott McLaughlin and Will Power each secured spots in the Fast Six and bumped, respectively, Rosenqvist, O'Ward and VeeKay from the Fast Six.
  • McLaughlin was fastest overall with a 233.492 mph four-lap average.
  • Ferrucci, Larson, Rossi, Newgarden, Power and McLaughlin advanced to the Fast Six.

Practice 7

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Josef Newgarden200:38.45304234.0527--.------.----
2Felix Rosenqvist6000:38.54633233.485150.09330.0933
3Pato O'Ward500:38.55022233.46270.09720.0039
4Alexander Rossi700:38.60104233.15580.14800.0508
5Kyle Kirkwood2700:38.64393232.896120.19090.0429
6Kyle Larson1700:38.652413232.845170.19940.0085
7Scott McLaughlin300:38.657013232.817150.20400.0046
8Takuma Sato7500:38.67393232.71580.22090.0169
9Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:38.75797232.211120.30490.0840
10Santino Ferrucci1400:38.78183232.068160.32880.0239
11Will Power1200:38.79485231.990140.34180.0130
12Katherine Legge5100:38.90993231.30470.45690.1151
13Marcus Ericsson2800:38.98182230.877150.52880.0719
14Graham Rahal1500:39.123912230.038150.67090.1421
15Nolan Siegel1800:39.24362229.337160.79060.1197
— Practice 7: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • Practice 7 ran from noon to 2 p.m. EDT and was split into two one-hour segments. The first hour was devoted to Top 12 qualifiers why the second hour was designated for Last Chance qualifiers.
  • All eligible cars participated in the session except for the No. 21 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet of Rinus VeeKay.
  • One yellow flag was displayed at 1:11 p.m. for debris on the backstretch. Green-flag practice resumed at 1:14 p.m.
  • At the conclusion of practice, the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet of Josef Newgarden had the fastest lap: 234.052 mph.

Qualifications — Day 1

RankDriverCar No.Lap 1 TimeLap 2 TimeLap 3 TimeLap 4 TimeTotal TimeAverage Speed
1Will Power1238.456638.489738.522738.536302:34.0053233.758
2Scott McLaughlin338.538438.559738.577138.611102:34.2863233.332
3Josef Newgarden238.539338.577238.590338.605602:34.3124233.293
4Alexander Rossi738.521538.604438.644038.691002:34.4609233.069
5Kyle Kirkwood2738.632538.633038.692238.705702:34.6634232.764
6Kyle Larson1738.634838.660538.727138.774102:34.7965232.563
7Felix Rosenqvist6038.646838.687738.709738.763202:34.8074232.547
8Santino Ferrucci1438.678038.653138.726438.784002:34.8415232.496
9Takuma Sato7538.581038.673538.806438.795702:34.8566232.473
10Pato O'Ward538.626138.693938.762138.800502:34.8826232.434
11Rinus VeeKay2138.552538.690738.800338.849502:34.8930232.419
12Ryan Hunter-Reay2338.669738.703238.730338.812102:34.9153232.385
13Colton Herta2638.620238.719738.802138.819602:34.9616232.316
14Alex Palou1038.690538.746238.755138.776402:34.9682232.306
15Callum Ilott638.624638.682538.811138.900202:35.0184232.230
16Marcus Armstrong1138.726338.740138.758338.825702:35.0504232.183
17Ed Carpenter2038.628638.777738.900838.853702:35.1608232.017
18Kyffin Simpson438.770938.810738.797738.827602:35.2069231.948
19Marco Andretti9838.784838.807038.807138.846902:35.2458231.890
20Helio Castroneves0638.784738.816838.818238.839002:35.2587231.871
21Scott Dixon938.735238.746438.845038.945702:35.2723231.851
22Agustin Canapino7838.724038.786338.865938.898802:35.2750231.847
23Sting Ray Robb4138.771438.815638.834938.866902:35.2888231.826
24Christian Rasmussen3338.735838.780438.996738.872302:35.3852231.682
25Tom Blomqvist6638.789638.834138.883638.948102:35.4554231.578
26Romain Grosjean7738.816938.838138.893838.949402:35.4982231.514
27Linus Lundqvist838.810238.857738.881738.953802:35.5034231.506
28Christian Lundgaard4538.832838.851838.920838.925402:35.5308231.465
29Conor Daly2438.809638.864338.898839.107602:35.6803231.243
30Pietro Fittipaldi3038.881838.941638.947639.005802:35.7768231.100
31Kyle Larson1738.54400.00000.00000.000000:38.5440233.499
32Alexander Rossi738.545138.650838.652538.683202:34.5316232.962
33Kyle Larson1738.673238.740038.74310.000001:56.1563232.445
34Kyle Kirkwood2738.697638.739038.78790.000001:56.2245232.309
35Colton Herta2638.731638.724538.739838.818602:35.0145232.236
36Ed Carpenter2038.664638.84730.00000.000001:17.5119232.222
37Takuma Sato7538.733538.739638.798538.807302:35.0789232.140
38Callum Ilott638.723038.800838.837038.814902:35.1757231.995
39Pato O'Ward538.716538.815638.840538.911802:35.2844231.833
40Scott Dixon938.742238.855238.90170.000001:56.4991231.761
41Callum Ilott638.795738.850038.862638.846002:35.3543231.728
42Helio Castroneves0638.806138.848438.87450.000001:56.5290231.702
43Ryan Hunter-Reay2338.740838.827338.893938.914702:35.3767231.695
44Agustin Canapino7838.790038.871538.90330.000001:56.5648231.631
45Tom Blomqvist6638.859238.890438.899638.923702:35.5729231.403
46Christian Rasmussen3338.614439.226238.86390.000001:56.7045231.354
47Sting Ray Robb4138.777738.941938.921338.970502:35.6114231.346
48Romain Grosjean7738.862938.917938.93970.000001:56.7205231.322
49Rinus VeeKay2138.845738.899838.958439.028602:35.7325231.166
50Christian Lundgaard4538.839138.913238.936939.049002:35.7382231.157
51Conor Daly2438.743138.789238.884039.367302:35.7836231.090
52Pietro Fittipaldi3038.886338.994939.031339.016602:35.9291230.874
53Katherine Legge5138.970538.950538.998039.039702:35.9587230.830
54Katherine Legge5138.966539.01470.00000.000001:17.9812230.825
55Marcus Ericsson2838.905039.030539.021239.046402:36.0031230.765
56Graham Rahal1538.917439.024839.051239.063502:36.0569230.685
57Marcus Ericsson2838.968639.014439.049139.080402:36.1125230.603
58Marcus Ericsson2838.895039.031939.18710.000001:57.1140230.545
59Katherine Legge5139.020339.05740.00000.000001:18.0777230.540
60Marcus Ericsson2838.970739.055839.14520.000001:57.1717230.431
61Graham Rahal1539.016039.040239.097239.104502:36.2579230.388
62Marcus Ericsson2839.026639.040039.091239.131702:36.2895230.342
63Katherine Legge5139.050839.070239.059039.176002:36.3560230.244
64Graham Rahal1539.019039.040939.126839.176602:36.3633230.233
65Graham Rahal1539.10780.00000.00000.000000:39.1078230.133
66Pato O'Ward539.541239.089538.972139.028102:36.6309229.840
67Agustin Canapino7838.582438.630740.65770.000001:57.8708229.064
68Nolan Siegel1839.32860.00000.00000.000000:39.3286228.841
69Nolan Siegel1839.380239.397639.427039.499002:37.7038228.276
70Nolan Siegel1839.665039.632439.717739.840302:38.8554226.621
71Rinus VeeKay2156.18730.00000.00000.000000:56.1873160.179
72Marco Andretti980.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
73Nolan Siegel180.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
74Rinus VeeKay210.00000.00000.00000.000000:00.00000.000
— Qualifications (Day 1): Attempts (PDF)

Qualifying Notes
  • The first day of qualifying for the 2024 Indianapolis 500 began on time when then track opened at 11 a.m. EDT for all entries.
  • Qualifying determined positions 13–30 in the field based on fastest four-lap aggregate times. All cars were guaranteed one four-lap opportunity to qualify provided that each car was properly presented in the initial qualifying line.
  • An official qualification attempt consisted of four consecutive timed laps, with the aggregate time recorded as the official qualifying time for the car. Each car was permitted two warm-up laps prior to the timed qualification attempt, although the Race Director may permit three warm-up laps if deemed necessary.
  • The guaranteed opportunity for qualifying was completed after going one time through through the official qualifying order, established by the blind qualifying draw on May 17. If an entry did not make its qualifying attempt at the designated spot in the qualifying order, it forfeited its guaranteed opportunity. The cars of Alexander Rossi, Scott Dixon, Pato O'Ward and Ryan Hunter-Reay were removed from the qualifying order by their respective teams and qualified later in the session.
  • At 11 a.m., the ambient temperature was 73 degrees with 80% relative humidity and mostly cloudy skies. The track temperature was 94.6 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • At 11:14 a.m., Rinus VeeKay began his guaranteed qualification attempt. On his first qualifying lap, his No. 21 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet got loose, did a half spin and made hard left-side contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 3. The car then slid backward, made secondary impact and came to rest against the wall in Turn 4. The car had damage on its left side. VeeKay climbed from the car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team. He was later cleared and released from the infield care center at IMS.
  • At 11:42 a.m., the No. 6 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet of Callum Ilott completed its qualification attempt with a four-lap average speed of 232.420 mph. The attempt was later disqualified due to a non-compliant left rear wheel offset that was discovered in post-qualifying technical inspection. Ilott eventually qualified in the 15 position.
  • VeeKay completed a qualification attempt at 3:51 p.m., posting a four-lap average speed of 231.686 mph which ranked him 29th out of 30. In the closing minutes of the session at 5:45 p.m., VeeKay withdrew his time and posted a four-lap average speed of 233.448 mph, which ranked him 11th and bumped Colton Herta out of the top 12.
  • The top 12 fastest four-lap averages, led by the No. 12 Team Penske Chevrolet of Will Power at 233.758 mph, will compete in Top 12 qualifying on May 19 at 3:05 p.m.. Other drivers in the top 12 were Scott McLaughlin, Josef Newgarden, Rossi, Kyle Kirkwood, Kyle Larson, Felix Rosenqvist, Santino Ferrucci, Takuma Sato, O'Ward and VeeKay.
  • Those drivers whose four-lap averages ranked 13 through 30 will start from those positions in the Indianapolis 500, pending official confirmation of the qualifying results.
  • Four drivers were outside the top 30 and will compete in Last Chance qualifying on May 21 at 4:15 p.m.
    • Marcus Ericsson, No. 28 Andretti Global Honda
    • Katherine Legge, No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing Honda
    • Graham Rahal, No. 15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda
    • Nolan Siegel, No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing Honda
  • The driver with the slowest four-lap average speed in Last Chance qualifying will be bumped from the field.

Practice 6

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Alex Palou1000:38.67203232.7277--.------.----
2Linus Lundqvist800:38.705511232.525140.03350.0335
3Marcus Armstrong1100:38.72373232.416130.05170.0182
4Romain Grosjean7700:38.72722232.39580.05520.0035
5Conor Daly2400:38.78403232.05460.11200.0568
6Scott Dixon900:38.80333231.939120.13130.0193
7Kyffin Simpson400:39.01283230.694100.34080.2095
8Katherine Legge5100:39.13224229.990140.46020.1194
9Nolan Siegel1800:39.664515226.903160.99250.5323
— Practice 6: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • The start of Practice 6 was delayed by 30 minutes due to morning fog at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It began at 9 a.m. EDT and was split into two 30-minute groups. The first group contained the first 17 qualifiers based on the May 17 qualifying draw and the second group contained the remainder of the qualifiers.
  • At 8:58 a.m., the ambient temperature was 64 degrees with 97% relative humidity and overcast skies. The track temperature was 78 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • Only nine of the 34 eligible cars participated in the session.
  • At the conclusion of Practice 6, the No. 10 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Alex Palou was fastest with a best single-lap speed of 232.727 mph.

Practice 5

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2600:38.302116234.97424--.------.----
2Kyle Larson1700:38.417126234.271340.11500.1150
3Josef Newgarden200:38.418910234.260150.11680.0018
4Scott McLaughlin300:38.444729234.102330.14260.0258
5Alexander Rossi700:38.460619234.006360.15850.0159
6Will Power1200:38.483910233.864300.18180.0233
7Pato O'Ward500:38.503031233.748350.20090.0191
8Kyle Kirkwood2700:38.51019233.705270.20800.0071
9Takuma Sato7500:38.514434233.679380.21230.0043
10Santino Ferrucci1400:38.558518233.412280.25640.0441
11Agustin Canapino7800:38.570233233.341370.26810.0117
12Felix Rosenqvist6000:38.584810233.252190.28270.0146
13Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:38.594720233.193240.29260.0099
14Callum Ilott600:38.604121233.136310.30200.0094
15Rinus VeeKay2100:38.613416233.080200.31130.0093
16Sting Ray Robb4100:38.619725233.042290.31760.0063
17Marco Andretti9800:38.643016232.901250.34090.0233
18Christian Lundgaard4500:38.698126232.570270.39600.0551
19Ed Caprenter2000:38.701819232.547280.39970.0037
20Helio Castroneves0600:38.710531232.495420.40840.0087
21Scott Dixon900:38.71423232.473330.41210.0037
22Marcus Ericsson2800:38.728335232.388440.42620.0141
23Tom Blomqvist6600:38.752020232.246210.44990.0237
24Alex Palou1000:38.770515232.135180.46840.0185
25Romain Grosjean7700:38.770617232.135320.46850.0001
26Marcus Armstrong1100:38.775635232.105360.47350.0050
27Christian Rasmussen3300:38.78673232.038250.48460.0111
28Linus Lundqvist800:38.819234231.844380.51710.0325
29Pietro Fittipaldi3000:38.862421231.586240.56030.0432
30Graham Rahal1500:38.92123231.236220.61910.0588
31Conor Daly2400:38.96924230.952190.66710.0480
32Kyffin Simpson400:39.025340230.620460.72320.0561
33Katherine Legge5100:39.09563230.205350.79350.0703
34Nolan Siegel1800:39.16229229.813150.86010.0666
— Practice 5: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | No-Tow Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • Practice 5 ran for its scheduled six-hour duration from noon to 6 p.m. EDT. Known as Fast Friday practice, the session featured increased boost levels that allowed teams to execute qualification simulations in advance of Saturday's first day of qualifying.
  • Just prior to the start of Practice 5, the ambient temperature at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was 72 degrees with cloudy skies. The track temperature was 90 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • A brief three-minute yellow flag for debris in Turn 1 slowed the action at 12:12 p.m.
  • At 1:37 p.m., the No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing Honda of Nolan Siegel did a half spin and made left-front contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2. The car then became airborne and landed on its left sidepod before sliding down the backstretch on its roll hoop. Siegel reported over the radio that he was okay. He climbed from his race car after assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team. Siegel was later seen and released from the IU Health Emergency Medical Center at IMS. The yellow flag lasted for 18 minutes.
  • Green-flag running resumed until 3:14 p.m. when the No. 10 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Alex Palou caused another yellow flag when it slowed with smoke trailing on the backstretch. Ganassi subsequently replaced the car's engine. The stoppage lasted for 21 minutes.
  • Following the green flag at 3:35 p.m., the remainder of the session ran free of caution until its scheduled end time.
  • At the conclusion of Practice 5, the No. 26 Andretti Global Honda of Colton Herta had the fastest tow-assisted lap at 234.974 mph. The No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet of Josef Newgarden had the fastest no-tow lap at 234.260 mph.

Practice 4

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Pato O'Ward500:39.325214228.86156--.------.----
2Scott McLaughlin300:39.592525227.316730.26730.2673
3Alex Palou1000:39.662427226.915410.33720.0699
4Colton Herta2600:39.677616226.828830.35240.0152
5Josef Newgarden200:39.70299226.684710.37770.0253
6Marco Andretti9800:39.725711226.554480.40050.0228
7Linus Lundqvist800:39.777117226.261230.45190.0514
8Ed Carpenter2000:39.80284226.115550.47760.0257
9Will Power1200:39.880433225.675700.55520.0776
10Scott Dixon900:39.88729225.636530.56200.0068
11Conor Daly2400:39.891445225.613860.56620.0042
12Callum Ilott600:39.977317225.128590.65210.0859
13Helio Castroneves0600:39.990053225.056810.66480.0127
14Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:40.010426224.942390.68520.0204
15Marcus Armstrong1100:40.039614224.777670.71440.0292
16Romain Grosjean7700:40.066842224.625770.74160.0272
17Alexander Rossi700:40.067637224.620610.74240.0008
18Marcus Ericsson2800:40.07274224.592790.74750.0051
19Felix Rosenqvist6000:40.14065224.212840.81540.0679
20Kyle Kirkwood2700:40.14622224.181300.82100.0056
21Rinus VeeKay2100:40.161717224.094440.83650.0155
22Santino Ferrucci1400:40.27787223.448490.95260.1161
23Takuma Sato7500:40.280210223.435540.95500.0024
24Katherine Legge5100:40.28608223.403560.96080.0058
25Kyle Larson1700:40.394118222.805291.06890.1081
26Agustin Canapino7800:40.397918222.784531.07270.0038
27Graham Rahal1500:40.41875222.669331.09350.0208
28Kyffin Simpson400:40.456413222.462431.13120.0377
29Tom Blomqvist6600:40.47322222.369851.14800.0168
30Christian Lundgaard4500:40.529412222.061421.20420.0562
31Pietro Fittipaldi3000:40.55446221.924441.22920.0250
32Christian Rasmussen3300:40.56574221.862421.24050.0113
33Nolan Siegel1800:40.741671220.904721.41640.1759
34Sting Ray Robb4100:40.91093219.990141.58570.1693
— Practice 4: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Session Notes
  • Practice 4 started at 10 a.m. EDT, two hours earlier than scheduled, to make up for time lost earlier in the week due to inclement weather at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The session concluded at 6 p.m.
  • At 11:30 a.m., the first of two significant incidents occurred when the No. 8 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Linus Lundqvist made right-rear contact with the SAFER Barrier at the exit of Turn 2. The car then made secondary contact with the wall on the backstretch then did a full spin and came to rest in the grass. The car had significant rear-end damage. Lundqvist was able to climb from his race car with limited assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team and walked to the medical car under his own power. The resulting yellow-flag condition lasted for 18 minutes.
  • At 1:22 p.m., the track went yellow for debris in Turn 2. Green-flag running resumed three minutes later.
  • The second major incident occurred at 3:49 p.m. when the No. 28 Andretti Global Honda of Marcus Ericsson spun in Turn 4 and made contact with the SAFER Barrier at the exit of the corner. The car continued to spin and made secondary front-end contact with the inside pit wall and left-side contact with the pit lane attenuator. Ericsson was able to climb from his car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team. The green flag was displayed again at 4:23 p.m.
  • At 4:26 p.m., the the track was yellow flagged for conditions. The resulting stoppage lasted for one hour and nine minutes.
  • The next yellow flag was at 5:47 p.m. for the No. 24 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet of Conor Daly which required a tow in after being slow on the backstretch.

Practice 3

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Scott McLaughlin300:39.216814229.49378--.------.----
2Will Power1200:39.341421228.767600.12460.1246
3Colton Herta2600:39.498244227.858710.28140.1568
4Josef Newgarden200:39.530137227.675720.31330.0319
5Alexander Rossi700:39.563221227.484640.34640.0331
6Kyle Kirkwood2700:39.646136227.008570.42930.0829
7Pato O'Ward500:39.65378226.965700.43690.0076
8Alex Palou1000:39.706534226.663760.48970.0528
9Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:39.736921226.490440.52010.0304
10Helio Castroneves0600:39.785518226.213540.56870.0486
11Scott Dixon900:39.79774226.144710.58090.0122
12Graham Rahal1500:39.839611225.906620.62280.0419
13Felix Rosenqvist6000:39.942143225.326650.72530.1025
14Rinus VeeKay2100:39.955622225.250740.73880.0135
15Kyle Larson1700:39.956522225.245540.73970.0009
16Marcus Ericsson2800:39.959728225.227610.74290.0032
17Takuma Sato7500:39.965523225.194310.74870.0058
18Romain Grosjean7700:40.017852224.900630.80100.0523
19Conor Daly2400:40.03376224.811400.81690.0159
20Linus Lundqvist800:40.038526224.784630.82170.0048
21Callum Ilott600:40.05038224.717660.83350.0118
22Marco Andretti9800:40.05444224.694150.83760.0041
23Marcus Armstrong1100:40.054924224.692560.83810.0005
24Pietro Fittipaldi3000:40.103133224.422710.88630.0482
25Ed Carpenter2000:40.105421224.409590.88860.0023
26Christian Rasmussen3300:40.122424224.314940.90560.0170
27Christian Lundgaard4500:40.152232224.147510.93540.0298
28Tom Blomqvist6600:40.187692223.9501050.97080.0354
29Kyffin Simpson400:40.262768223.532711.04590.0751
30Sting Ray Robb4100:40.319831223.215641.10300.0571
31Katherine Legge5100:40.344840223.077421.12800.0250
32Nolan Siegel1800:40.360826222.989841.14400.0160
33Santino Ferrucci1400:40.579617221.786221.36280.2188
34Agustin Canapino7800:40.608632221.628541.39180.0290
— Practice 3: Results (PDF) | Combined Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Practice 1

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Scott Dixon900:39.28297229.1079--.------.----
2Marco Andretti9800:39.40479228.399120.12180.1218
3Takuma Sato7500:39.90235225.55160.61940.4976
4Pato O'Ward500:40.00127224.993110.71830.0989
5Christian Lundgaard4500:40.20667223.84470.92370.2054
6Helio Castroneves0600:40.23815223.669100.95520.0315
7Colton Herta2600:40.34365223.08471.06070.1055
8Felix Rosenqvist6000:40.50929222.172131.22630.1656
9Kyle Kirkwood2700:40.55238221.936131.26940.0431
10Sting Ray Robb4100:40.56584221.86251.28290.0135
11Callum Ilott600:40.578610221.792101.29570.0128
12Marcus Ericsson2800:40.581211221.778121.29830.0026
13Ryan Hunter-Reay2300:40.59545221.70091.31250.0142
14Romain Grosjean7700:40.70597221.09881.42300.1105
15Conor Daly2400:40.74555220.88381.46260.0396
16Ed Carpenter2000:40.74645220.87871.46350.0009
17Tom Blomqvist6600:40.75046220.857121.46750.0040
18Scott McLaughlin300:40.853010220.302131.57010.1026
19Alexander Rossi700:40.88615220.12451.60320.0331
20Agustin Canapino7800:41.13125218.81271.84830.2451
21Christian Rasmussen3300:41.23094218.28341.94800.0997
22Nolan Siegel1800:41.291310217.964112.00840.0604
23Santino Ferrucci1400:41.34583217.67632.06290.0545
24Graham Rahal1500:41.51756216.77662.23460.1717
25Pietro Fittipaldi3000:41.64024216.13742.35730.1227
26Rinus VeeKay2100:42.04433214.06032.76140.4041
27Kyle Larson1701:00.05232149.869220.769418.0080
28Josef Newgarden201:15.16171119.742135.878815.1094
29Will Power1201:15.52621119.164136.24330.3645
— Practice 1: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list


Green Flag4:44 p.m. EDT * 12:45 p.m. (Delayed due to rain)
Drivers Start Your Engines4:37 p.m. 12:38 p.m.
Drivers to Your Cars12:28 p.m.
Invocation and National Anthem4:23 p.m. 12:17–12:27 p.m.
Race Broadcast11 a.m. on NBC and Peacock
Cars to Grid3:30 p.m. 10:30–10:55 a.m.
Push-Out to Pit Lane9–9:20 a.m.
Qualifying11 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. Saturday, May 18 (Day 1 Qualifying)
3:05–4:05 p.m. Sunday, May 19 (Top 12 Qualifying)
4:15–5:15 p.m. Sunday, May 19 (Last Chance Qualifying)
5:25–5:55 p.m. Sunday, May 19 (Fast Six Qualifying)
Qualifying Broadcasts11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 18 on Peacock
3–6 p.m. Sunday, May 19 on NBC and Peacock
Practice Sessions— Practice 1: 9–11 a.m. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 14 Revised due to inclement weather
Practice 2: 1–6 p.m. Tuesday, May 14 Rained Out
— Practice 3: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 15
— Practice 4: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 16
— Practice 5: Noon to 6 p.m. Friday, May 17 (Fast Friday)
— Practice 6: 8:30–9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 18 (30 minutes per group)
— Practice 7: Noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, May 19 (Top 12 and Last Chance)
— Practice 8: 1–3 p.m. Monday, May 20
— Practice 9: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, May 24 (Carb Day Final Practice)
Full ScheduleView PDF
Live Timing and ScoringINDYCAR Leaderboard and INDYCAR App powered by NTT DATA (iOS, Android).
Radio BroadcastINDYCAR Radio Network, SiriusXM 85 and 218, IndyCar.com and on the INDYCAR Mobile app (iOS, Android).
Video StreamingAll NTT IndyCar Series practice sessions, qualifying and races stream live on Peacock, 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
Practice GroupsView PDF
Qualifying DrawView PDF
Entry ListView Table
Spotter Guide — Race
2024 Indianapolis 500 spotter guide (race)
View PDF
Spotter Guide — Qualifying
2024 Indianapolis 500 spotter guide (practice and qualifying)
View PDF
Pit Assignments— Qualifying Day 1: View PDF
— Practice: View PDF

Starting Lineup

SPCar No.DriverHometownCar NameEntrantEngineTotal TimeAverage Speed
13Scott McLaughlinChristchurch, New ZealandPennzoil Team PenskeTeam PenskeChevrolet02:33.7017234.220
212Will Power (W)Toowoomba, AustraliaVerizon Business Team PenskeTeam PenskeChevrolet02:33.9007233.917
32Josef Newgarden (W)Nashville, Tennessee, USAShell Powering Progress Team PenskeTeam PenskeChevrolet02:33.9726233.808
47Alexander Rossi (W)Nevada City, California, USAArrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet02:34.4469233.090
517Kyle Larson (R)Elk Grove, California, USAHendrickcars.com Arrow McLarenArrow McLaren/Rick HendrickChevrolet02:34.6083232.846
614Santino FerrucciWoodbury, Connecticut, USAHomes For Our TroopsA.J. Foyt EnterprisesChevrolet02:34.7110232.692
721Rinus VeeKayHoofdoorp, NetherlandsaskROIEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet02:34.7657232.610
85Pato O'WardMonterrey, MexicoArrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet02:34.7829232.584
960Felix RosenqvistVärnamo, SwedenAutoNation/SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda02:34.9686232.305
1075Takuma Sato (W)Tokyo, JapanAMADARahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda02:35.0578232.171
1127Kyle KirkwoodJupiter, Florida, USAAutoNationAndretti GlobalHonda02:35.8490230.993
1223Ryan Hunter-Reay (W)Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USADRR-CUSICK MOTORSPORTSDRR-CUSICK MOTORSPORTSChevrolet02:36.1367230.567
1326Colton HertaValencia, California, USAGainbridgeAndretti Global w/ Curb-AgajanianHonda02:34.9616232.316
1410Alex PalouBarcelona, SpainDHL Chip Ganassi RacingChip Ganassi RacingHonda02:34.9682232.306
156Callum IlottCambridge, EnglandArrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet02:35.0184232.230
1611Marcus Armstrong (R)Christchurch, New ZealandRidgeline Lubricants Chip Ganassi RacingChip Ganassi RacingHonda02:35.0504232.183
1720Ed CarpenterIndianapolis, Indiana, USAGuy CareEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet02:35.1608232.017
184Kyffin Simpson (R)Grand Cayman, Cayman IslandsJournie Rewards Chip Ganassi RacingChip Ganassi RacingHonda02:35.2069231.948
1998Marco AndrettiNazareth, Pennsylvania, USAMAPEI / CurbAndretti Herta w/ Marco & Curb-AgajanianHonda02:35.2458231.890
2006Helio Castroneves (W)São Paulo, BrazilCliffsMeyer Shank Racing w/ Curb-AgajanianHonda02:35.2587231.871
219Scott Dixon (W)Auckland, New ZealandPNC Bank Chip Ganassi RacingChip Ganassi RacingHonda02:35.2723231.851
2278Agustin CanapinoArrecifes, ArgentinaJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet02:35.2750231.847
2341Sting Ray RobbPalette, Idaho, USAGoodheart Vet/Pray.comA.J. Foyt EnterprisesChevrolet02:35.2888231.826
2433Christian Rasmussen (R)Copenhagen, DenmarkEd Carpenter RacingEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet02:35.3852231.682
2566Tom Blomqvist (R)Cambridge, EnglandAutoNation/Arctic WolfMeyer Shank RacingHonda02:35.4554231.578
2677Romain GrosjeanGeneva, SwitzerlandJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet02:35.4982231.514
278Linus Lundqvist (R)Stockholm, SwedenAmerican Legion Chip Ganassi RacingChip Ganassi RacingHonda02:35.5034231.506
2845Christian LundgaardHedensted, DenmarkHy-VeeRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda02:35.5308231.465
2924Conor DalyNoblesville, Indiana, USADRR-CUSICK MOTORSPORTSDRR-CUSICK MOTORSPORTSChevrolet02:35.6803231.243
3030Pietro FittipaldiMiami, Florida, USA5-hour ENERGYRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda02:35.7768231.100
3151Katherine LeggeGuildford, Englande.l.f. CosmeticsDale Coyne Racing with RWRHonda02:36.4590230.092
3228Marcus Ericsson (W)Kumla, SwedenDelaware LifeAndretti GlobalHonda02:36.5037230.027
3315Graham RahalNew Albany, Ohio, USAUnited RentalsRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda02:36.5396229.974
(W) Winner
(R) Rookie
— Starting Lineup: PDF

Entry List

Car No.DriverHometownSponsorTeamEngine
2Josef NewgardenNashville, Tennessee, USAShell Powering ProgressTeam PenskeChevrolet
3Scott McLaughlinChristchurch, New ZealandPennzoilTeam PenskeChevrolet
4Kyffin Simpson (R)Grand Cayman, Cayman IslandsJournie RewardsChip Ganassi Racing
5Pato O’WardMonterrey, MexicoArrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet
06Helio Castroneves (W)Sao Paulo, BrazilCliffsMeyer Shank RacingHonda
6Callum IlottCambridge, EnglandArrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet
7Alexander Rossi (W)Nevada City, California, USAArrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet
8Linus Lundqvist (R)Stockholm, SwedenThe American LegionChip Ganassi RacingHonda
9Scott Dixon (W)Auckland, New ZealandPNC BankChip Ganassi RacingHonda
10Alex PalouBarcelona, SpainDHLChip Ganassi RacingHonda
11Marcus Armstrong (R)Christchurch, New ZealandRidgeline LubricantsChip Ganassi RacingHonda
12Will Power (W)Toowoomba, AustraliaVerizon BusinessTeam PenskeChevrolet
14Santino FerrucciWoodbury, Connecticut, USAAJ Foyt Racing / Sexton PropertiesAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
15Graham RahalNew Albany, Ohio, USAUnited RentalsRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
17Kyle Larson (R)Elk Grove, California, USAHendrickcars.com Arrow McLarenArrow McLarenChevrolet
18Nolan Siegel (R)Palo Alto, California, USADale Coyne RacingDale Coyne Racing with HMDHonda
20Ed CarpenterIndianapolis, Indiana, USAGuy CareEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
21Rinus VeeKayHoofddorp, NetherlandsEd Carpenter RacingEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
23Ryan Hunter-Reay (W)Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USADRR Cusick MotorsportsDreyer & Reinbold RacingChevrolet
24Conor DalyNoblesville, Indiana, USADRR Cusick MotorsportsDreyer & Reinbold RacingChevrolet
26Colton HertaValencia, California, USAGainbridgeAndretti GlobalHonda
27Kyle KirkwoodJupiter, Florida, USAAutoNationAndretti GlobalHonda
28Marcus Ericsson (W)Kumla, SwedenDelaware LifeAndretti GlobalHonda
30Pietro FittipaldiMiami, Florida, USA5-Hour EnergyRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
33Christian Rasmussen (R)Copenhagen, DenmarkEd Carpenter RacingEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
41Sting Ray RobbPayette, Idaho, USAAJ Foyt Racing / Pray.comAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
45Christian LundgaardHedensted, DenmarkHy-VeeRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
51Katherine LeggeGuildford, Englande.l.f.Dale Coyne Racing with RWRHonda
60Felix RosenqvistVärnamo, SwedenAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
66Tom Blomqvist (R)Cambridge, EnglandAutoNation / Arctic WolfMeyer Shank RacingHonda
75Takuma Sato (W)Tokyo, JapanAMADARahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
77Romain GrosjeanGeneva, SwitzerlandJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet
78Agustin CanapinoArrecifes, ArgentinaJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet
98Marco AndrettiNazareth, Pennsylvania, USAMAPEI / CurbAndretti GlobalHonda
(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 Map2024 Indianapolis 500 track map (qualifying)
Event 𝕏 Account & Hashtag@IMS, #Indy500

Past Driver PerformanceView PDF
Last Five Wins— 2023: Josef Newgarden, Team Penske
— 2022: Marcus Ericsson, Chip Ganassi Racing
— 2021: Helio Castroneves, Meyer Shank Racing
— 2020: Takuma Sato, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
— 2019: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
Last Five Poles— 2023: Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing (234.217 mph)
— 2022: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing (234.046 mph)
— 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)
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)

Historical Passing Analysis

YearMiles CompletedPassesPI*Position PassesPPI*
* Passing Index (PI) is number of passes per 100 miles completed. Position Passing Index (PPI) is number of position passes per 100 miles completed.