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Power claims 49th career pole at Mid-Ohio

– Will Power has moved into a tie for fourth on the all-time poles list in the Verizon IndyCar Series after gapping the field by 0.1347 seconds at Mid-Ohio on Saturday. The result is his 49th career pole.Power led team-mate Josef Newgarden in a Q3 whose Fast Six was comprised of four different teams.Takuma Sato had a strong showing in third place and will be lining up alongside Ohio-native Graham Rahal., who has been near the top of the time charts all weekend. Hélio Castroneves and Scott Dixon rounded out the third row.The final round of qualifying was closely contested with five of the six runners lapping in the 64-second range. Power's 1:04.1720 led the way from Newgarden's...
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