Friday, May 26, 2017

Carb Day Wrap Up

The one hour final Verizon IndyCar Series practice Friday morning was nearly without incident.

There were no accidents during the 960 laps turned, but the engine of James Hinchcliffe went up in smoke with just a few minutes left in the session.

The attrition rate of Honda engines throughout the month has been nothing but startling. At least 5 Honda power plants have now prematurely expired, leaving the 18 car's equipped with the Japanese manufacturer waiting for disaster on Sunday.

Carb Day's Time Chart

1 - Castroneves - 227.377
2 - Sato - 226.802
3 - Kanana - 226.757
4 - Dixon - 226.685
5 - Alonso - 226.608
6 - Rahal - 226.386
7 - Rossi - 226.355
8 - Newgarden - 226.203
9 - Montoya - 226.187
10 - Hunter-Reay - 225.903
11 - Power - 225.848
12 - Aleshin - 225.691
13 - Daly - 225.557
14 - Hinchcliffe - 225.082
15 - Pagenaud - 225.049
16 - Davison - 225.018
17 - Servia - 224.969
18 - Karam - 224.852
19 - Andretti - 224.793
20 - Carpenter - 224.630
21 - Chilton - 224.625
22 - Howard - 224.541
23 - Jones - 224.526
24 - Kimball - 224.372
25 - Hildebrand - 224.347
26 - Munoz - 223.935
27 - Chaves - 223.688
28 - Harvey - 223.222
29 - Mann - 223.062
30 - Veach - 222.579
31 - Pigot - 221.732
32 - Lazier - 221.397
33 - Saavedra - 221.197

The Indy Lights Freedom 100 was won by Carlin Racing's Matheus Leist.

The 2017 Pit Stop Competition was won by Team Penske's Will Power. The win was Penske's 17th. Of the current teams only Rahal and Ganassi have multiple wins with two.

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