Ganassi crew continues to prepared the ground on Day 3 at Indy
Midway by means of Thursday’s six-hour session, Chip Ganassi Racing was the crew making waves on the Indy 500 as its 4 drivers held P1-2-3-4 on the time chart.
With the good thing about aerodynamic tows, the Ganassi foursome have been led by Scott Dixon within the No. 9 Honda (224.666mph) adopted by Marcus Ericsson within the No. 8 Honda (223.956mph), Tony Kanaan within the No. 48 Honda (223.783mph) and Alex Palou within the No. 10 Honda (223.679mph).
Recovering from the early hit from Colton Herta, Staff Penske’s Scott McLaughlin jumped to P5 (223.491mph) after dropping greater than an hour whereas his automotive was inspected again within the storage. Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Santino Ferrucci was P6 (223.054mph).
Behind them, Meyer Shank Racing’s Jack Harvey was P10 within the No. 60 Honda (222.091mph), however as most drivers spent a substantial portion of the primary three hours performing qualifying simulations, Harvey owned one of the best no-tow lap (220.090mph). Regardless of their finest makes an attempt, it was uncommon for drivers to have fully unencumbered qualifying sims as some type of tow was usually acquired.
There was excellent news for the High Gun Racing crew, which missed all six hours on Wednesday with RC Enerson within the No. 75 Chevy. The crew additionally missed the primary 80 minutes of exercise on Thursday, however when the automotive reached pit lane, Enerson was profitable in turning 41 laps, with a better of 217.444mph — good for P35 — by 3 p.m.