Updated: Bourdais Nips Power in Practice 2

Sebastien Bourdais recorded the fastest lap in Practice 2, setting the quick time with about five minutes to go in the session. Will Power had set the fast time with about 20 minutes left in the practice. Bourdais’ lap was 57.923 seconds. He bettered Power quick time by 0.0289 seconds.

After Bourdais’s fast lap, he went off track in turn 11 and slid gently into the tire barrier. There just two minutes remaining in the session. The red flag ended the practice period.

Felix Rosenqvist led the majority of the afternoon. Colton Herta was fourth after leading morning practice.

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Colton Herta set the fastest time of the day in this morning’s practice. Photo: Kyle McInnes

Teams are preparing for the put stop practice session, a 30 minute period.

Notes

Another great Friday crowd is on hand at Portland. This event has been embraced by the fans here.

If as much dust is kicked up tomorrow during qualifying as has been put on the track today, it will be an interesting qualifying session.

Times were faster in session one. Most teams didn’t go to the red tires this afternoon until there were less than 10 minutes left.

I hope we see more of the Oberto livery on Marco Andretti’s car next year.  It’s the best livery that car uses.

In the warmup/pit stop practice session, Ryan Hunter-Reay had the best lap at 58.2729.

Indycar’s final practice is tomorrow at 2 pm Eastern and qualifying is at 6 pm Eastern.

Back later with a wrap up of the entire day.

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