Graham Rahal won the pole position Friday for the Gallagher Grand Prix. The race is Saturday.
Rahal, driving the Car No. 15, set the pace with a best time of 01:10.1132, clocking a top speed of 125.232 mph. Rahal completed four laps during the qualifications, with his fourth lap standing out as his fastest
Christian Lundgaard, driving Car No. 45, trailed Rahal closely with a best time of 01:10.2286, achieving a top speed of 125.026 mph. Lundgaard’s performance throughout the session positioned him in second place, a mere 0.1154 seconds behind Rahal.
Alexander Rossi, in Car No. 7, secured the third spot on the grid with a best time of 01:10.2932, reaching a top speed of 124.911 mph. Rossi completed three laps during the session.
Pato O’Ward, driving Car No. 5, clocked in with a best time of 01:10.3453, achieving a top speed of 124.819 mph. O’Ward’s performance landed him in the fourth spot on the grid, a mere 0.2321 seconds off the pole position.
Devlin DeFrancesco, piloting Car No. 29, claimed the fifth position on the starting grid with a best time of 01:10.3938 and a top speed of 124.733 mph.
Rounding out the Firestone Fast 6, Romain Grosjean in Car No. 28 secured the sixth spot on the grid with a best time of 01:10.4021, achieving a top speed of 124.718 mph. Grosjean completed four laps during the session.
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