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O'Ward storms to Road America Race 2 pole

Pato O'Ward nipped his former Indy Lights teammate Colton Herta by three-hundredths of a second on Sunday morning to grab the pole position for Sunday's IndyCar race at Road America. O'Ward, the 21-year-old Mexican, who captured the Lights title in 2018, stuck his Arrow McLaren SP Chevy in the top spot with a lap of 1m44.8971s around the legendary, 4-mile road course and that was just enough to earn the initial pole of his career. Herta, the polesitter here a year ago, led Group 1 with a lap of 1m44.9250s in his Andretti Autosport Honda and will be be stalking his third NTT IndyCar Series victory from the outside of Row 1.
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