Starting line up for Indianapolis 500

Pos, Drver, Chassis-Engine, Time, Speed

Starting line up for Indianapolis 500

Row 1
1 Scott Sharp Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m39.256s
Greg Ray Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m39.861s
Robby Gordon Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.004s Mark Dismore Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.025s Gil de Ferran Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.423s Arie Luyendyk G Force-Oldsmobile 2m40.530s Tony Stewart G Force-Oldsmobile 2m40.536s Jeff Ward G Force-Oldsmobile 2m40.555s Robbie Buhl G Force-Infiniti 2m40.561 Buddy Lazier Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.577s Helio Castroneves Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.612s Jimmy Vasser G Forver-Oldsmobile 2m41.106s Sam Hornish Jr Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m41.194s Robby McGehee Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m41.719s Sarah Fisher Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m41.763s Scott Goodyear Dallara-Infiniti 2m41.776s Jaques Lazier G Force-Oldsmobile 2m42.056s Jon Herb Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m42.151s Al Unser Jr G Force-Oldsmobile 2m42.443s Bruno Junqueira G Force Oldsmobile 2m40.565s Michael Andretti Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m41.116s Nicolas Minassian G Force-Oldsmobile 2m41.430s Jeret Schroeder Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m41.590s Buzz Calkins Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m41.821s Eddie Cheever Dallara-Infiniti 2m42.051s Davey Hamilton Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m42.384s Donnie Beechler Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.392 Eliseo Salazar Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m40.900s Stephan Gregoire G Force-Oldsmobile 2m41.516s Airton Dare G Force-Oldsmoible 2m41.989 Raul Boesel G Force-Oldsmobile 2m42.250s Cory Witherill G Force-Oldsmobile 2m42.439s Billy Boat Dallara-Oldsmobile 2m42.508s

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