Romain Grosjean too the pole for tomorrow’s Children’s of Alabama Grand Prix at Barber Motorsports Park, turning a lap of 1:05. 8396. Grosjean edged Alex Palou by 0.0734 seconds in winning his second pole of 2023 and third career pole position.
Andretti Autosport has won three of the four poles this season. Kyle Kirkwood won the pole at Long Beach.
Five teams put cars in the Fast Six. Only Chip Ganassi Racing had two cars in the final round.
Is tomorrow the day Grosjean finally converts a good starting spot into a victory? St. Pete was in his grasp until the incident with Scott McLaughlin.
Pato O’Ward has qualified in the top six of every race in 2023.
If Kyle Kirkwood can stay on track during qualifying, he will win a ton of poles. His spin today was the secon incident in qualifying this year.
Nice to see some success for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Christian Lundgaard will start sixth.
Despite a strong team showing in practice, Scott McLaughlin was the only Team Penske car in the Fast Six.
All time career pole winner Will Power has an average starting spot of 10.5 this season.
Today’s crowd was good, although it seemed a bit down from previous Barber Saturdays.