Rinus VeeKay, who took his first IndyCar pole position and scored his first podium at the same venue last October, sat at the top of the times for most of the session.
The #21 Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet turned a 1m10.0624s on its fifth lap of the 14-turn, 2.439-mile track with Josef Newgarden’s Team Penske-Chevrolet sitting just 0.0019sec adrift – the pair of them 0.34sec clear of the …Keep reading