Chicagoland: Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing qualifying report

McDONALD'S DRIVER RAHAL QUALIFIED FIFTH FOR THE PEAK ANTIFREEZE & MOTOR OIL INDY 300; SERVIA TO START NINTH Graham Rahal, No. 02 McDonald's Dallara/Honda/Firestone: "The McDonald's car felt good all day, especially in traffic. I just kind of ...

McDONALD'S DRIVER RAHAL QUALIFIED FIFTH FOR THE PEAK ANTIFREEZE & MOTOR OIL INDY 300; SERVIA TO START NINTH

Graham Rahal, No. 02 McDonald's Dallara/Honda/Firestone: "The McDonald's car felt good all day, especially in traffic. I just kind of expected more in qualifying. I thought the McDonald's car was going to be a little quicker in qualifying trim but it still feels good to be fifth. I thought we would get a high 214 (mph) or low 215 but I can't complain about it since we're fifth. The guys have worked awfully hard to put the McDonald's car up front all year. We've just got to get the race part figured out. Our car is good in traffic so hopefully it will work out for us."

Oriol Servia, No. 06 Dallara/Honda/Firestone: "The car feels amazing; it's really comfortable for me and has good speed. It's almost too comfortable for qualifying. In a way it's good because we still have decent speed which will be good for tomorrow. We're in good shape and I'm very excited to have a good oval car. I think we should have a great race tomorrow."

-credit: nhlr

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Series IndyCar
Drivers Oriol Servia , Graham Rahal