Rookie Conor Daly, who started 31st, drove a solid race in the No. 41 ABC Supply Honda to finish 22nd.
Tomorrow is Fast Friday!
Welcome to Indiana-ville as Jay Alley views the happenings at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Will the rookie continue his hot pace on Fast Friday?
Rookie Conor Daly was okay while rookie Carlos Munoz again topped the charts. Tomorrow is Fast Friday and perhaps the expected veterans will be the ones to set the hot laps.
Welcome to Indiana-ville via Jay Alley as the countdown for Pole day in Indianapolis continues for the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing"!
All four rookies assigned to cars this month - Conor Daly, AJ Allmendinger, Carlos Munoz and Tristan Vautier - have completed ROP. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kurt Busch also completed ROP on Thursday, May 9.
Conor Daly arrived from Europe to complete his Rookie Orientation Program while Pippa Mann passed his refresher program. Fastest driver on the track was Marco Andretti.
Welcome to Indiana-ville with Jay Alley as he keeps a keen eye while the drivers shakedown their cars prior to the run for the pole.
The Indiana native will make his debut in the IndyCar series and Indy 500 on the same weekend.
Conor Daly completed his second season in GP3 before stepping into an IndyCar for the first time. The 2009 Walter Hayes Trophy winner won the 2010 Star Mazda championship.
Sam Schmidt Motorsports tested Vautier, while A. J. Foyt Racing auditioned Connor Daly.
A.J. Foyt offered the young driver the chance to see what an IndyCar was like at the Sebring testing this week.