Indy 500: Day six practice times

Pos Car Driver Team Laps Time Gap To 1st Speed --- --- --------------------- ------------------------------ ------ ---------- -------- -------- --------- 1. 11 Tony Kanaan ...

Indy 500: Day six practice times
 Pos Car Driver Team Laps Time Gap To 1st Speed --- --- --------------------- ------------------------------ ------ ---------- -------- -------- --------- 1. 11 Tony Kanaan Andretti Autosport 44 39.6870 226.775 2. 15 Paul Tracy KV Racing Technology 43 39.7663 0.0793 0.0793 226.322 3. 06 Hideki Mutoh Newman/Haas Racing 16 39.7826 0.0163 0.0956 226.230 4. 26 Marco Andretti Andretti Autosport 28 39.8039 0.0213 0.1169 226.108 5. 4 Dan Wheldon Panther Racing 31 39.8043 0.0004 0.1173 226.106 6. 3 Helio Castroneves Team Penske 56 39.8089 0.0046 0.1219 226.080 7. 12 Will Power Team Penske 45 39.8520 0.0431 0.1650 225.836 8. 77 Alex Tagliani FAZZT Race Team 16 39.8920 0.0400 0.2050 225.609 9. 30 Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman Racing 30 39.9009 0.0089 0.2139 225.559 10. 21 Davey Hamilton de Ferran Dragon Racing 29 39.9236 0.0227 0.2366 225.431 11. 20 Ed Carpenter Panther/Vision Racing 29 39.9497 0.0261 0.2627 225.283 12. 5 Takuma Sato* KV Racing Technology 76 39.9916 0.0419 0.3046 225.047 13. 9 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing 75 39.9937 0.0021 0.3067 225.035 14. 24 Mike Conway Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 28 40.0225 0.0288 0.3355 224.874 15. 78 Simona De Silvestro* Stargate/HVM Racing 42 40.0288 0.0063 0.3418 224.838 16. 6 Ryan Briscoe Team Penske 50 40.0336 0.0048 0.3466 224.811 17. 32 Mario Moraes KV Racing Technology 46 40.1222 0.0886 0.4352 224.315 18. 2 Raphael Matos de Ferran Dragon Racing 33 40.1404 0.0182 0.4534 224.213 19. 43 John Andretti R.Petty/Andretti Autosport 19 40.1459 0.0055 0.4589 224.182 20. 10T Dario Franchitti Chip Ganassi Racing 55 40.1487 0.0028 0.4617 224.167 21. 66 Jay Howard*  Sarah Fisher Racing 41 40.1785 0.0298 0.4915 224.000 22. 41 A.J. Foyt IV A.J. Foyt Racing 38 40.2064 0.0279 0.5194 223.845 23. 37 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport 45 40.2199 0.0135 0.5329 223.770 24. 14 Vitor Meira A.J. Foyt Racing 33 40.2411 0.0212 0.5541 223.652 25. 34 Mario Romancini* Conquest Racing 53 40.2425 0.0014 0.5555 223.644 26. 25 Ana Beatriz* Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 28 40.2646 0.0221 0.5776 223.521 27. 36 Bertrand Baguette* Conquest Racing 55 40.2666 0.0020 0.5796 223.510 28. 7 Danica Patrick Andretti Autosport 30 40.3340 0.0674 0.6470 223.137 29. 99 Townsend Bell CGR/Sam Schmidt Motorsports 83 40.3799 0.0459 0.6929 222.883 30. 19 Alex Lloyd Dale Coyne Racing 12 40.4279 0.0480 0.7409 222.619 31. 22 Justin Wilson Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 71 40.4587 0.0308 0.7717 222.449 32. 29 Bruno Junqueira+ Bryan Herta Autosport 14 40.4899 0.0312 0.8029 222.278 33. 67 Sarah Fisher Sarah Fisher Racing 39 40.4906 0.0007 0.8036 222.274 34. 23 Tomas Scheckter Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 51 40.5162 0.0256 0.8292 222.133 35. 29 Sebastian Saavedra* Bryan Herta Autosport 26 40.5681 0.0519 0.8811 221.849 36. 8 E.J. Viso KV Racing Technology 27 40.7947 0.2266 1.1077 220.617 37. 18 Milka Duno Dale Coyne Racing 8 41.1066 0.3119 1.4196 218.943 

* Indy 500 rookie + Junqueira did a shakedown for Bryan Herta Autosport

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