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Watkins Glen IndyCar: Scott Dixon fastest in red flagged practice – IndyCar


Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon led the way in a red flagged second practice session for the penultimate IndyCar race of the season at Watkins Glen.

Dixon’s team-mate, Max Chilton, caused the session to be stopped briefly with 22 minutes to go after slapping the barrier.

Chilton lost control of his car in the second part of the Bus Stop complex, then spun 180 degrees before hitting the wall on his right-hand side.

Five minutes were added to the session but nobody could beat Dixon’s 1m22.617s, set on the prime tyre early in the session.

Penske’s Will Power finished just under a tenth off Dixon with a 1m22.7129s. It was a much more promising session for Power, who languished in 15th place in first practice.

Graham Rahal was third fastest after topping the first practice session, ending up just ahead of reigning champion Simon Pagenaud.

Fifth went to the Andretti Autosport machine driven by Alexander Rossi, buoyed by his multi-year contract extension with the team.

Penske’s Helio Castroneves finished sixth despite brushing one of the barriers late in the session.

Charlie Kimball was seventh after missing most of first practice because of an electronics failure.

Andretti Autosport team-mates Ryan Hunter-Reay and Takuma Sato were eighth and ninth, with championship leader Josef Newgarden rounding out the top 10 for Penske.

Jack Harvey, on his first outing for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, outpaced team-mate James Hinchcliffe in 18th.

FP2 times

Pos Driver Team Car Time Gap Laps
1 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara/Honda 1m22.6187s 14
2 Will Power Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet 1m22.7129s 0.0942s 19
3 Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman Lanigan Dallara/Honda 1m22.9716s 0.3529s 22
4 Simon Pagenaud Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet 1m23.0915s 0.4728s 19
5 Alexander Rossi Andretti Herta Dallara/Honda 1m23.1124s 0.4937s 21
6 Helio Castroneves Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet 1m23.2760s 0.6573s 16
7 Charlie Kimball Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara/Honda 1m23.3871s 0.7684s 22
8 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Dallara/Honda 1m23.4683s 0.8496s 20
9 Takuma Sato Andretti Autosport Dallara/Honda 1m23.5152s 0.8965s 22
10 Josef Newgarden Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet 1m23.5842s 0.9655s 22
11 Tony Kanaan Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara/Honda 1m23.7672s 1.1485s 22
12 Sebastien Bourdais Dale Coyne Racing Dallara/Honda 1m23.7769s 1.1582s 20
13 Conor Daly AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara/Chevrolet 1m23.8158s 1.1971s 19
14 Carlos Munoz AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara/Chevrolet 1m23.8752s 1.2565s 19
15 Spencer Pigot Ed Carpenter Racing Dallara/Chevrolet 1m23.8922s 1.2735s 23
16 Marco Andretti Andretti Autosport Dallara/Honda 1m23.9071s 1.2884s 22
17 Max Chilton Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara/Honda 1m24.2403s 1.6216s 8
18 Jack Harvey Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Dallara/Honda 1m24.3972s 1.7785s 24
19 James Hinchcliffe Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Dallara/Honda 1m24.4012s 1.7825s 17
20 J.R. Hildebrand Ed Carpenter Racing Dallara/Chevrolet 1m24.4578s 1.8391s 23
21 Ed Jones Dale Coyne Racing Dallara/Honda 1m24.6153s 1.9966s 22



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