Will Power (front) was quickest on the opening day of practice for the Indianapolis 500, while teammate Helio Castroneves (back) was third fastest. (Photo: LAT Photographic)
Roger Penske’s team got off to a fast start on a slow day at Indianapolis.
Less than 24 hours after working feverishly to convert three cars from road-course setups to oval setups, the winningest owner in Indianapolis 500 swept the top three spots on the first day of practice Sunday.
Australia’s Will Power finished with a fast lap of 223.057 mph, Colombia’s Juan Pablo Montoya was second at 222.502 and Brazil’s Helio Castroneves was third at 222.373. Only three other drivers topped 222.
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