Scheckter on Pole in Nashville

Tomas Scheckter will start on pole position for the Firestone Indy 200, after rain washed-out Friday qualifying

Scheckter on Pole in Nashville

The best lap times from the two free practice sessions earlier in the day will instead be used to determine the starting line-up for the Nashville night race, which puts the Panther Racing driver at the top because of his time from the first session.

Danica Patrick will start alongside Scheckter, as she chases her first podium finish in the series.

Scheckter's teammate Buddy Lazier lines up third on the former Champions return to the series, ahead of the Andretti-Green racing pair of Dario Franchitti and Dan Wheldon.

Pos  Driver              Make-Engine        Speed
 1.  Tomas Scheckter     Dallara-Chevrolet  203.117
 2.  Danica Patrick      Panoz-Honda        203.088
 3.  Buddy Lazier        Dallara-Chevrolet  202.927
 4.  Dario Franchitti    Dallara-Honda      202.892
 5.  Dan Wheldon         Dallara-Honda      202.602
 6.  Vitor Meira         Panoz-Honda        202.561
 7.  Tony Kanaan         Dallara-Honda      202.515
 8.  Scott Sharp         Panoz-Honda        202.511
 9.  Darren Manning      Panoz-Toyota       202.491
10.  Ryan Briscoe        Panoz-Toyota       202.489
11.  Tomas Enge          Dallara-Chevrolet  202.345
12.  Scott Dixon         Panoz-Toyota       202.196
13.  Sam Hornish Jr.     Dallara-Toyota     202.175
14.  Buddy Rice          Panoz-Honda        201.937
15.  Helio Castroneves   Dallara-Toyota     201.493
16.  Bryan Herta         Dallara-Honda      201.140
17.  Patrick Carpentier  Dallara-Toyota     201.035
18.  Kosuke Matsuura     Panoz-Honda        200.119
19.  Alex Barron         Dallara-Toyota     199.546
20.  A.J. Foyt IV        Dallara-Toyota     199.200
21.  Roger Yasukawa      Dallara-Honda      198.847
22.  Ed Carpenter        Dallara-Toyota     198.141
23.  Jimmy Kite          Dallara-Toyota     197.593
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