At the end of the first practice for the Augie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis, it’d be 2014 Honda Indy Toronto race winner Sebastien Bourdais topping the charts with a lap of one minute and 10.9378 seconds. In the first four races this season, Bourdais has posted a best finish of sixth, twice.
Will Power continued showing the speed of Team Penske as he posted the second quickest lap, 0.0973 seconds off of Bourdais. Power is looking to bounce back following a couple of sub-par performances the past couple of weeks. Chip Ganassi teammates Scott Dixon and Sebastian Saavedra followed in third and fourth, respectively. Saavedra is making his second start with CGR this season as he splits the ride with Sage Karam. Defending race winner Simon Pagenaud rounded out the top-five.
Takuma Sato was sixth, followed by Juan Pablo Montoya, Graham Rahal, Helio Castroneves and Tony Kanaan.