Indy Lights: Kane fastest again

Jonny Kane sits on the provisional pole after the opening day at Portland. The Team Kool Green driver, fresh from victory at Detroit set a new lap record, ending up 0.03s faster than rookie Jason Bright

Indy Lights: Kane fastest again

"Team KOOL Green keeps giving me a great car, so it's fun to push it hard," said the Ulsterman, "The fact that I did a 5.6 (1:05.647 seconds) on my first lap shows that I'm quite comfortable with the car and ready to push straightaway. My best lap wasn't perfect so there is a little more time in the car and myself. Tomorrow depending on the temperature and weather conditions it will probably be a faster day. We're going well at the minute but we need to keep working at it to keep pole.


Dayton Indy Lights, Portland, Friday June 24, 2000
Provisional qualifying

Jonny Kane, 1m05.647s
Jason Bright, 1m05.966s
Filipe Giaffone, 1m06.103s
Casey Mears, 1m06.151s
Jeff Simmons, 1m06.180
Townsend Bell, 1m06.200s
Scott Dixon, 1m06.251s
Geoff Boss, 1m06.656s
Tony Renna, 1m06.660s
Andy Boss, 1m06.818s
Luis Diaz, 1m06.886s
Todd Snyder, 1m06.960s
Mario Dominguez, 1m07.159s
Rodolfo Larin, 1m07.172s
Rudy Junco, 1m07.216s
Chris Menninga, 1m07.267s
Cory Witherill, 1m08.040s
Rolando Quintanilla, 1m08.369s

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