News Details

Power captures seventh St. Pete pole

– In the first IndyCar qualifying of 2017, Will Power will start his quest for a third win at St. Petersburg from P1.  The Australian stormed to his 45th career pole position on Saturday, seven of which have come on the streets of St. Pete.The 2015 series champion needed just two laps on red tyres to set a blistering time of 1:01.0640, and in doing so, he denied what looked to be a strong opportunity for Honda to capture P1.  Nine of the top 12 qualifiers were Honda-powered, as were four of the top six, but Power fended off the fastest of the lot, Scott Dixon, by 0.1579 seconds.Under sunny skies, the first group of qualifying set out with several drivers who had run at the front in...
Full Story »
Share

You May Also Be Interested In...

Power wins seventh St. Petersburg pole

Will Power continued his mastery of the streets of St. Petersburg,...
-2w from Racer.com

Scott Dixon leads second St. Petersburg IndyCar...

Scott Dixon continued Honda's impressive start to the St. Petersburg...

Scott Dixon remains fastest in St. Petersburg final...

Chip Ganassi’s Scott Dixon finished the third practice session...

Will Power relaxed as he chases second title

With a championship already in the trophy cabinet and a new baby son in...
-2w from SpeedCafe.com

Comments

comments powered by Disqus

2015 IndyCarToday.com
IndyCarToday.com is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with IndyCar.