Denver: Qualifying washed out

DENVER -- Qualifying for Sunday's MotoRock Mile High 100, part of the Centrix Financial Grand Prix of Denver, was called due to a thunderstorm that hit the Denver metro area. The provisional starting grid was set by combined practice times,...

DENVER -- Qualifying for Sunday's MotoRock Mile High 100, part of the Centrix Financial Grand Prix of Denver, was called due to a thunderstorm that hit the Denver metro area. The provisional starting grid was set by combined practice times, recorded yesterday, placing Scott Pruett (No. 7 MotoRock Jaguar XKR) on the pole. Boris Said (No. 33 ACS/GE Access/Sun Microsystems Ford Mustang) will start second, ahead of rookie Jorge Diaz, Jr. (No. 8 Don Q Rum Jaguar XKR), Johnny Miller (No. 64 Eaton Cutler-Hammer Jaguar XKR), and Tomy Drissi (No. 5 Stuck on You, The Movie).

Due to the rain, a practice replaced the qualifying session. The practice started on time, was subsequently red flagged for rain, and was then checkered early due to extensive water on the course.

The MotoRock Mile High 100, Round 9 of the 2003 MotoRock Trans-Am Tour for the BFGoodrich Tires Cup, will take the green flag tomorrow at approximately 4 p.m., following the Champ Car World Series race.

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