The Argentine, who had already qualified for the transcendental race, had his last day of testing on the oval.
Augustine Canapino (Dallara-Chevrolet) reached this afternoon the 16th place in the final practice in IndyCar motorsports, facing the traditional 500 miles of Indianapolis, which will take place next Sunday.
The 33-year-old driver from Buenos Aires and a member of the Juncos Hollinger Team, recorded an hour of 39s. 952/1000, at an average of 362,530 kilometers per hour, after going 75 times around the oval of 3,925 meters of rope.
The native of Arrecife, winner of four Road Tourism titles and has ventured into this fast category of American motorsport since the beginning of the season, is almost 70/100 from Australian Will Power (Dallara-Chevrolet), which used a time of 39s. 263/1000, at an average of 368.897 kilometers per hour.
cannabis achieved the 27th start time and will start on Sunday from the ninth row, joined by British Stefan Wilson (Dallara-Chevrolet) and Canadian Devlin De Francesco (Dallara-Honda).
Second place in today’s two-hour practice session went to New Zealand’s Scott Dixon (Dallara-Honda) with 39s. 269/1000. Meanwhile, third place goes to Japanese Takuma Sato (Dallara-Honda), with 39s. 407/1000.
On the other hand, for Sunday’s race, scheduled for 200 laps and 804 kilometers, Spaniard Alex Palou (Dallara-Honda) took the pole position, with an average time of 376.936 kilometers per hour.
An accident that worried you during the final practice session of the Indianapolis 500
During the day, in the eighth and final rehearsal session, it was recorded an accident made by the British Wilson and Katherine Leggethe only female protagonist of 500 Miles.
The contact between both drivers happened at turn number 1, which led to a strong error against Wilson’s wallThat should have been taken to a care center, though your state of health is “satisfactory”, as indicated by Julia Vaizer, IndyCar’s director of medical services on the NBC television network.
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