IndyCar Series 2014
Josef Newgarden conquered constantly changing track conditions Saturday at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, leading the Honda-powered field in Verizon IndyCar Series qualifying, and will start on the outside of the front row, second in Sunday’s Honda Indy 200.
A heavy rain shower that fell shortly before the start of qualifying resulted in a thoroughly wet track, which gradually dried throughout the three-round knockout qualifying. Newgarden was one of three Honda-powered entries to advance to the final “Fast Six” round, with Carlos Munoz and Ryan Hunter-Reay, both from Andretti Autosport, qualifying fourth and fifth, respectively.
Television coverage of Sunday’s 15th round of the 2014 season starts at 3 p.m. EDT on the NBC Sports Network.
|1||Sebastien Bourdais (KVSH Racing)|
|2||Josef Newgarden (Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing)|
|3||Tony Kanaan (Target Chip Ganassi Racing)|
|4||Carlos Munoz (Andretti Autosport)|
|5||Ryan Hunter-Reay (Andretti Autosport)|
|6||Will Power (Team Penske)|
|7||Graham Rahal (Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing)|
|8||Justin Wilson (Dale Coyne Racing)|
|9||Simon Pagenaud (Schmidt Peterson Motorsports)|
|10||Carlos Huertas (Dale Coyne Racing)|
|13||Mikhail Aleshin (Schmidt Peterson Motorsports)|
|16||Marco Andretti (Andretti Autosport)|
|17||James Hinchcliffe (Andretti Autosport)|
|18||Jack Hawksworth (Bryan Herta Autosport)|
|21||Takuma Sato (A.J. Foyt Racing)|