The current top five after seventeen qualification attempts are as follows:
1) Scott Dixon – 230.333 mph
2) Will Power – 230.072 mph
3) Fernando Alonso – 230.034 mph
.3 of a MPH from the top.. Not a shabby effort after he was crowned the best driver in the world, according to McLaren CEO Zak Brown. Is this a chance for Fernando to show what he can do or is Indy Car a walk in the park compared to F1?
Now I understand all he needs to do is bake a pumpkin pie, take his pants down, turn round three times, start in a reverse grid and draw straws.