Kanaan Leads Carb Day Practice

Tony Kanaan led the field for Sunday’s 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500. The session start was delayed 15 minutes because of morning rain.

The 90 minute final practice was clean. Graham Rahal brushed the wall in turn 4 but kept going.

I think the practice was indicative of what the race will be like.  Passing in groups of three or four, no passing in a larger group.

Alexander Rossi looked very strong  Honda’s dominated the top 10.

More later. There was a serious crash on lap 2 of the Freedom 100

The race is currently under a red flag.

 

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