Scott Dixon led an intense Carb Day practice for the 105th Indianapolis 500, which finally got underway after roughly a two-hour rain delay.
The pole-sitter for Sunday’s 200-lap race, Dixon put up the fastest speed on the timesheets at 228.323mph. There was such a comfort with the six-time IndyCar champion’s No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda that the team opted to pack it in with 45 minutes remaining.
Source: Dixon holds command on a rain-delayed Carb Day | RACER