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No Suprise, Really...


By Andrew Cutler
May 1 2011

If the IndyCars are qualifying for a road/street circut race, then it's a foregone conclusion that Will Power will capture the Pole, right? Well, so far this year, the answer is yes.

The Aussie made it around the eleven turn, 2.536 mile street circut in just under 1:29. Ryan Hunter-Reay, who will join Power on the front row for Sunday's Sao Paulo Indy 300, summed it up this way; “Everybody else in the paddock is getting tired of it … but he’s doing a great job.”

The Pole is not only Power's fourth in a row - and 19th overall - but also the 200th in the long, storied history of Team Penske.

 Scott Dixon and Ryan Briscoe will share Row Two: Graham Rahal and Dario Franchitti are on Row Three. Here are the complete qualifications results: http://www.indycar.com:8080/var/assets/gridsaop.pdf

The race begins at 1pm ET/6pm GMT on Sunday.

 

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