Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon won the Verizon P1 Award, and now is tied with Gordon Johncock for 14th on the all-time pole-winning list.
Simon Pagenaud and Tristan Vautier advanced from the first round of knockout-style qualifying to fight their way to the Firestone Fast 6 in Round 2.
Driving the No. 67 SFHR Dallara/Honda/Firestone entry, Newgarden finished with an even quicker lap (1:18.5236) in Round 2.
Helio Castroneves continued his chase for the IZOD IndyCar Series championship by qualifying in the seventh position.
Luca Filippi driver is making his return to IndyCar on the streets of Baltimore after a solid debut at Mid-Ohio in early August.
Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevy Team improves lap times at street circuit.
Tony Kanaan is currently 11th in the championship standings with 331 points.
While the No 44 [Dion von Moltke] has struggled to find an optimum setup balance through the two practice sessions, the No 45 [Spencer Pumpelly] has been very good out of the box.
Josef Newgarden's teammate Lucas Luhr will start his first ever IndyCar race from 25th place.
Competition has been fierce at the 2.385-mile permanent road course as teams began with an open test Wednesday and push through to Sunday's race.
Carpenter quicker than several drivers in other qualifying group.
Tony Kanaan: "So far, it has been a frustrating weekend..."
Castroneves enters Sunday’s race 31 points ahead of Scott Dixon, who will start second.
Power recorded a lap of 1:05.5359 in the No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet around the 13-turn, 2.258-mile road course.
Filippi's solid qualifying run discarded after incident.
In the second round De Silvestro did a fast lap of 65.9621 seconds (123.234 mph) putting her ninth on the speed charts placing her in the fifth row of the starting grid.
Carpenter must start on the back row for Sunday’s Indy 200
Yesterday on the street circuit at the Exhibition Place in Toronto, Franchitti grabbed the pole for today’s first race. In today’s qualifying for the doubleheader event his teammate Dixon set the fastest lap.
With his second place qualifying effort, Bourdais will start on the front row of the first standing start in Toronto IndyCar racing history.
Power turned a fast lap of 1:00.0612 seconds, while Castroneves recorded a lap of 1:00.2866 for Saturday’s race
Sato will start 11th as James Jakes incurred a 10-spot grid penalty
Tony Kanaan will perform his standing start form 4th place, while his teammate Simona De Silvestro will start form 22th.
Justin Wilson to start the first leg from eighth on the IZOD IndyCar Series grid
Ryan Hunter-Reay will start form the seventh position, Marco Andretti is on the 11th position, while James Hinchcliffe and E.J. Viso starts form 14th and 15th respectively
Missing in action today was Race Director Beaux Barfield as he had to take time off for personal reasons.