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Josef Newgarden will start on the pole for today’s (Sunday, April 22) IndyCar 2018 Grand Prix of Alabama in Birmingham, Ala.
The race is at 3:30 p.m. on NBCSN. Live streaming is available at SportsnetNOW and NBCSports.com. You can get live scoring and updates at IndyCar’s Race Control.
This week at Birmingham’s 15-turn Barber Motorsports Park is the last race before a three-week break going into the ‘Month of May’ at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Will Power posted the fastest lap in the third practice session for the Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala. with a speed of 122.953 mph.
Rookie Robert Wickens (122.552 mph) was second fast, foretelling a continuation of his incredible rookie season.
Scott Dixon (122.237), Ryan Hunter-Reay (122.231) and Alexander Rossi (122.106) rounded out the top five.
The practice was interrupted several times for incidents.
Ed Jones spun off track in turn five after locking up his brakes with 30 minutes remaining in practice three. He was able to drive back to the pits under his own power.
With 20 minutes still on the clock, Jordan King took a trip into the fence after posting a fastest lap of 121.753 mph. He sustained substantial left side damage to his car and came back to the pits on the hook.
You’ll want to watch IndyCar online or live Sunday to see if Penske will indeed continue to control this race, or if a driver like Max Chilton or Robert Wickens can steal a victory for another team. With the competition at a whole new level this season, this is still anyone’s championship to fight for, so here’s how to watch IndyCar online and live to keep up with the latest race in the 2018 IndyCar season.
Team Penske’s Josef Newgarden delivered Chevrolet their first pole of the 2018 IndyCar season by taking the pole position for tomorrow’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at the 17-turn, 2.38-mile Barber Motorsports Park natural terrain road course in Birmingham, Alabama.Newgarden took the pole position in his #1 Chevrolet ahead of his teammate Will Power with a lap time of 67.4413 seconds (122.773 miles per hour) around the challenging road course. Power qualifying in 2nd place gave Chevrolet and Team Penske a front row lockout for tomorrow’s race.