The 21-year-old, who had also topped Q2, went 0.249s faster than Meyer-Shank Racing driver Harvey with his final run to claim top spot with a 1m00.321s effort on his fourth lap.
In doing so, he becomes the first non-Team Penske driver since Robert Wickens in 2018 to claim pole at the Florida circuit.
Harvey’s best time of 1m00.570s, set on his second lap, was enough to demote practice …Keep reading