Christian Lundgaard, Graham Rahal, Sting Ray Robb, and Jack Harvey will return to Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday as they were not one of the 30 fastest qualifiers. At 4 pm they will qualify once more to try and make the field. The slowest driver will leave the track failing to make the race.
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Three of the four cars who will be on the track Sunday for last chance qualifying are out of the Rahal Rahal Letterman Lanigan camp with Lundgaard, Rahal, and Havey all failing to make it in on Saturday. A fourth RLL car driven by Katherine Legge ended Saturday 30th, the bubble car.
'@MalukasDavid is IN the #Indy500 field! 👏 pic.twitter.com/mNO9WSwC3j
— INDYCAR on NBC (@IndyCaronNBC) May 20, 2023
On Saturday 30 drivers locked themselves into the 107th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Positions 13-30 for the grid are now set. The 12 fastest drivers will return to the track on Sunday for Top-12 and Fast Six Qualifying. Four other drivers will return on Sunday just hoping to make the field.
Disappointing day so far for @GrahamRahal.
After 2 qualifying attempts, he’s still not happy with his current P33 spot.#INDYCAR // #Indy500 pic.twitter.com/KFT4EtrJxT
— NTT INDYCAR SERIES (@IndyCar) May 20, 2023
On Sunday Peacock will have coverage of Top-12 qualifying at 2 pm ET. Last chance and Fast Six qualifying will take place at 4 pm ET on NBC.