Indianapolis: Race one and two starting line ups

<pre> INDIANAPOLIS -- Starting lineups for both Porsche Michelin Supercup races on the 2.606-mile road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with position, car number in parenthesis, driver, team and qualifying speed in mph (All cars are ...

Indianapolis: Race one and two starting line ups

<pre> INDIANAPOLIS -- Starting lineups for both Porsche Michelin Supercup races on the 2.606-mile road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with position, car number in parenthesis, driver, team and qualifying speed in mph (All cars are Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars):

Race 1 Saturday, Sept. 28 1. 3 Alex Davison AustraliaSoftware AG/Manthey Racing 96.238 mph 2. 21 Allessandro Zampedri Italy PZRO/J. Alzen Motorsport 96.176 3. 6 Phillipp Peter Austria Infineon/Team Farnbacher 96.072 4. 7 Christophe Bouchut France Larbre Competition Chereau 95.929 5. 20 Timo Bernhard Germany PZRO/J. Alzen Motorsport 95.864 6. 12 Wolf Henzler Germany Kadach Tuning & Service 95.756 7. 17 Stephane Ortelli Monaco Kadach Tuning & Service 95.720 8. 4 Marcel Tiemann Germany Software AG Manthey Racing 95.545 9. 18 Emmanuel Collard France Kwikpower XS Racing 95.457 10. 5 Marco Werner Germany Infineon/Team Farnbacher 95.409 11. 14 Marco Seefried Germany Kadach Tuning & Service 94.924 12. 19 Cyrille Sauvage France Kwik power XS Racing 94.803 13. 25 Bruno Staub Switzerland Carsport Supercup Team Swiss 94.525 14. 16 Thomas Bleiner Austria Kadach Tuning & Service 93.660 15. 8 Jack Leconte France Larbre Competition Chereau 93.536 16. 2 Bill Adam United States Porsche AG 93.368 17. 9 Roland Berville France Larbre Competition Chereau 93.161 18. 15 Will Langhorne United States Kadach Tuning & Service 92.727 19. 10 Michel Mora France Larbre Competition Chereau 92.907 20. 24 Kialman Bodis Hungary Bovi Motorsport 90.387 21. 26 Wayne Jackson United States Carsport Supercup Team Swiss 87.597 22. 1 Antonio Sabato Jr. United States Porsche AG 86.665

 Race 2 Sunday, Sept. 29 1. 12 Wolf Henzler Germany Kadach Tuning & Service 96.400 2. 20 Timo Bernhard Germany PZRO/J. Alzen Motorsport 96.360 3. 17 Stephane Ortelli Monaco Kadach Tuning & Service 96.885 4. 6 Phillipp Peter Austria Infineon/Team Farnbacher 96.247 5. 3 Alex Davison Australia Software AG/Manthey Racing 96.160 6. 5 Marco Werner Germany Infineon/Team Farnbacher 96.143 7. 18 Emmanuel Collard France Kwikpower XS Racing 96.119 8. 21 Allessandro Zampedri Italy PZRO/J. Alzen Motorsport 96.096 9. 7 Christophe Bouchut France Larbre Competition Chereau 95.908 10. 14 Marco Seefried Germany Kadach Tuning & Service 95.579 11. 19 Cyrille Sauvage France Kwik power XS Racing 95.554 12. 25 Bruno Staub Switzerland Carsport Supercup Team Swiss 95.438 13. 4 Marcel Tiemann Germany Software AG Manthey Racing 95.653 14. 9 Roland Berville France Larbre Competition Chereau 94.370 15. 16 Thomas Bleiner Austria Kadach Tuning & Service 94.136 16. 15 Will Langhorne United States Kadach Tuning & Service 94.133 17. 2 Bill Adam United States Porsche AG 93.946 18. 8 Jack Leconte France Larbre Competition Chereau 93.583 19. 10 Michel Mora France Larbre Competition Chereau 93.039 20. 24 Kialman Bodis Hungary Bovi Motorsport 91.439 21. 1 Antonio Sabato Jr. United States Porsche AG 88.688 

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