Scott Dixon continued to impress at Indy today, once again setting quick time. This is becoming a trend.
Action on the track was pretty heavy today with several of the contenders working on race setups. At times today there were 10 or 12 cars running together in packs on the track.
EJ Viso did not make it on the track today after being released from Methodist last night and being cleared by IMS medical staff today. While EJ was a bit sore, he seemed no worse for wear, which is more than we can say for his car. He will be reverting to his T car tomorrow, despite his earlier comments today, “I’m completely clear, and we’re planning to be on track this evening. We’re going to put some laps in the backup car, and hopefully everything will be good for qualifying this weekend.”
Tagliani continues to impress, racking up his fastest time of the month breaking into the 226’s. He was 3rd quick on the chart today.
Other notable action on the track today was a blurb that came up on timing and scoring today. Apparently the track went yellow this afternoon due to a fire on Tony Kanaan’s car. I have not been able to find out any information on this, but Tony was back on track later in the session in the same car, so it apparently wasn’t as bad as some of Tony’s recent “Opah” moments lately.