Barber Indy Lights: Gabby Chaves on pole for second race
Gabby Chaves will start the second of this weekend's Indy Lights races at Barber from pole position, with his main title rival Zach Veach lining up alongside him on the front row
Alex Baron and Jack Harvey complete the second row ahead of Luiz Razia and Matthew Brabham.
There was no qualifying session scheduled to determine the Sunday grid, with the starting order being decided by the second-fastest times from Friday qualifying, along with the opportunity for drivers to improve their position if they beat their qualifying lap during Saturday's race.
Veach became the first driver of the 2014 season to win from pole with his victory in the first encounter, while Chaves will be looking to rescue some points after an incident at Turn 1 resulted in his finishing a disappointing sixth.
Pos Driver Team 1. Gabby Chaves Belardi 2. Zach Veach Andretti 3. Alex Baron Belardi 4. Jack Harvey Schmidt 5. Luiz Razia Schmidt 6. Matthew Brabham Andretti 7. Juan Pablo Garcia Schmidt 8. Juan Piedrahita Schmidt 9. Zack Meyer Moore 10. Vittorio Ghirelli Moore 11. Lloyd Read Herta 12. Scott Anderson Fan Force
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