CHAMPCAR/CART: Indianapolis qualifying 95-05-20

No commentary, no opinions....Just the facts! A rundown of Saturday's Qualifying: 11:00 a.m ...

CHAMPCAR/CART: Indianapolis qualifying 95-05-20

No commentary, no opinions....Just the facts!

A rundown of Saturday's Qualifying:

11:00 a.m #55 MARCO GRECO/Sao Paulo, Brazil 1 -- 40.164 -- 224.081 2 -- 40.022 -- 224.876 3 -- 40.192 -- 223.925 4 -- waved off

11:05 a.m #15T CHRISTIAN FITTIPALDI/Sao Paulo, Brazil 1 -- 40.056 -- 224.685 2 -- 39.935 -- 225.366 3 -- 39.915 -- 225.479 4 -- 39.919 -- 225.457 T 2:39.825 -- 225.246

11:09 a.m #99 LYN ST. JAMES/Daytona Beach, FL (2nd attempt) 1 -- 39.947 -- 225.299 2 -- 39.872 -- 225.722 3 -- 39.967 -- 225.186 4 -- 39.968 -- 225.180 T 2:39.754 -- 225.346

11:14 p.m. #19 ERIC BACHELART/Brussels, Belgium (2nd attempt) 1 -- 39.867 -- 225.751 2 -- 39.473 -- 228.004 3 -- 39.655 -- 226.958 4 -- 39.683 -- 226.797 T 2:38.678 -- 226.875

5:00 p.m #11T AL UNSER, JR./Alberquerque, NM 1 -- 40.158 -- 224.115 2 -- 40.175 -- 224.020 3 -- waved off

5:05 p.m. #14T SCOTT SHARP/East Norwalk, CT 1 -- 39.968 -- 225.180 2 -- 39.975 -- 225.141 3 -- 40.205 -- 223.853 4 -- waved off

5:09 p.m. #10 ADRIAN FERNANDEZ/San Diego, Ca (3rd attempt) 1 -- 39.361 -- 228.653 2 -- 39.415 -- 228.339 3 -- 39.492 -- 227.894 4 -- 39.763 -- 226.341 T 2:38.031 -- 227.803

5:14 p.m #9T EMERSON FITTIPALDI/Sao Paulo, Brazil

1 -- 40.008 -- 224.955 2 -- 39.921 -- 225.445 3 -- 39.806 -- 226.097 4 -- waved off

5:19 p.m. #44 JEFF WARD/San Juan Capistrano, CA

1 -- 40.220 -- 223.769 2 -- 40.153 -- 224.143 3 -- 40.108 -- 224.394 4 -- waved off

5:25p.m. #77 DAVY JONES/Lake Tahoe, NV 1 -- 39.982 -- 225.101 2 -- 39.947 -- 225.299 3 -- 39.986 -- 225.079 4 -- waved off

5:30 p.m. #55 MARCO GRECO/Sao Paulo, Brazil (2nd attempt) 1 -- 41.452 -- 217.119 2 -- waved off

5:33 p.m. #61 STEFAN JOHANSSON/Monte Carlo, Monaco

1 -- 39.964 -- 225.203 2 -- 40.152 -- 224.148 3 -- 40.154 -- 224.137 4 -- waved off

5:37 p.m #15 CHRISTIAN FITTIPALDI/Sao Paulo, Brazil (2nd attempt) 1 -- 39.731 -- 226.523 2 -- 39.684 -- 226.792 3 -- 39.709 -- 226.649 4 -- 39.904 -- 225.541 T 2:39.028 -- 226.375

5:42 p.m. #4T MIKE GROFF/Los Angeles, CA

1 -- 40.110 -- 224.383 2 -- 40.465 -- 222.414 3 -- waved off

5:46 p.m #11T AL UNSER, JR./Alberquerque, NM (2nd attempt) 1 -- 40.186 -- 223.959 2 -- 39.923 -- 225.434 3 -- 40.707 -- 221.092 4 -- waved off

5:52 p.m. #92 FRANCK FREON/Paris, France

1 -- 40.312 -- 223.259 2 -- 40.082 -- 224.540 3 -- 40.002 -- 224.989 4 -- 40.009 -- 224.949 T 2:40.405 -- 224.432

5:59 p.m. #14T SCOTT SHARP/East Norwalk, CT (2nd attempt) 1 -- 40.157 -- 224.120 2 -- 39.971 -- 225.163 3 -- 39.861 -- 225.785 4 -- waved off

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Provisional Starting Lineup 79th Indianapolis 500-Mile Race May 28, 1995

Car Driver Speed

Row 1

1 60 Scott Brayton 231.604 2 40 Arie Luyendyk 231.031 3 24 Scott Goodyear 230.759

Row 2

4 6 Mich Andretti 229.294 5 27 Jacq Villeneuve 228.397 6 18 Maur Gugelmin 227.923

Row 3

7 5 Robby Gordon 227.531 8 20 Scott Pruett 227.403 9 12 Jimmy Vasser 227.350

Row 4

10 25 H Matsushita 226.867 11 91 Stan Fox 226.588 12 31 Andre Ribeiro 226.495

Row 5

13 21 Rob Guerrero 226.402 14 14 Eddie Cheever 226.314 15 33 Teo Fabi 225.911

Row 6

16 3 Paul Tracy 225.795 17 34 Ales Zampedri 225.753 18 4 Bryan Herta 225.551

Row 7

19 17 Danny Sullivan 225.496 20 8 Gil de Ferran 225.437 21 54 Hideshi Matsuda 227.818

Row 8

22 9 Bobby Rahal 227.081 23 11 Raul Boesel 226.028 24 60T Buddy Lazier 226.017

Row 9

25 7 Eliseo Salazar 225.023 26 10 A. Fernandez 227.803 27 19 Eric Bachelart 226.875

Row 10

28 15 C. Fittipaldi 226.375 29 90 Lyn St. James 225.346 30 92 Franck Freon 224.432

Field Average: 227.010

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Top Five Bubble Cars: (The slowest cars in the field to date)

POS Car Driver Speed

30 92 Franck Freon 224.432 25 7 Eliseo Salazar 225.023 29 90 Lyn St. James 225.346 20 8 Gil de Ferran 225.437 9 17 Danny Sullivan 225.496 *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* * Jim DeFord * * jdeford@pacifier.com * *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* * Rootin' For Pruett in '95 * *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*

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