2015 500 May 17th, Pole Day

Qualifying for the pole.

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  • Mark Miles. ©Clarino

  • Miles and Walker explain the qualifying rules for today. ©Clarino

  • Derrick Walker. ©Clarino

  • AJ during qualifying. ©Clarino

  • Ed got back in the show and qualified with a speed of 224.883. ©Clarino

  • Chip in his golf cart. ©Clarino

  • Bryan Clausen had a slow qualifying speed. ©Clarino

  • Conor Daly after qualifying. ©Clarino

  • Scott dixon was very happy with his qualifying speed of 226.760. ©Clarino

  • Rahal had a pretty good qualifying speed of 224.290. ©Clarino

  • Hildebrand put his car in the field with a speed of 225.099. ©Clarino

  • Huertas was the first qualifier. ©Clarino

  • Ryan Hunter-Reay was pretty happy with his speed during qualifying. ©Clarino

  • James Jakes put his Honda in the field with a speed of 223.790. ©Clarino

  • Michael is still pulling his hair out. ©Clarino

  • Saavedra thought he should have gotten more out of his car. ©Clarino

  • Sam Schmidt. ©Clarino

  • Oriol Servia lined up right behind Kanaan for qualifying. ©Clarino

  • Side-pods on Ed's car for qualifying. ©Clarino

  • Simona put her car in the field with a speed of 223.838. ©Clarino

  • Bourdais starts fron the inside of row 3. ©Clarino

  • Indy 500 pole sitter, Scott Dixon, qualified with a speed of 227.760. ©Clarino

  • Helio's car. ©Clarino

  • Kevin Kalkohven, one of the owners of KV Racing. ©Clarino

  • Tony waits to go out for qualifying. ©Clarino

  • Kimball put his car in the middle of row 5. ©Clarino

  • Mike Hull of Ganassi Racing. ©Clarino

  • Montoya qualified on the outside of row 5. ©Clarino

  • A speed of 225.042 put Munoz in the field. ©Clarino

  • Newgarden and O'Gara talk about his qualifying run.©Clarino

  • Newgarden looks at the qualifying speed on the scoreboard. ©Clarino

  • Simon qualified on the outside of row 1.©Clarino

  • Dixon talks to Kanaan about his pole run. ©Clarino

  • Justin Wilson had the 6th fast time during qualifying. ©Clarino

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