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2014 Milwaukee: IndyCar Starting Line-Up & Race Preview
Posted by: ASkyler on Aug 17, 2014 - 07:28 AM
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2014 Milwaukee: IndyCar Starting Line-Up & Race Preview



Tony Kanaan is looking for a break through win today!

Tony Kanaan is looking for a break through win today!
Credit: PaddockTalk/Lisa Hurley



By Mike Sulka

Round sixteen of the 2014 Izod Indycar season is a return to the historic Milwaukee Mile. Milwaukee is a 1.0-mile oval that was completed in 1903. Today, the banking in the turns is 9 degrees and 2 degrees on the straights. The historic facility has hosted the IndyCar series since 2004 with seating for up to 40,000. Andretti Autosport IndyCar driver Will Power will start from Pole today.

Only two current drivers have won twice at the Milwaukee Mile - Tony Kanaan - who did it in 2006 & 2007 - and Ryan Hunter-Reay - who did it in 2012 & 2013.

The Milwaukee Mile has been won from Pole just two times in nine events. However, seven times out of the nine events have been won from one of the front four starting positions which means keep an eye on Will Power, Tony Kanaan, Juan Pablo Montoya, and Ryan Briscoe.

So, our pick for the win today is.... 2013 Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan who hasn't won since his victory of a lifetime at the Brickyard. Kanaan has been up front more often and is long overdue in a season that has produced 10 different winners in 15 races.

Enjoy the today's race. It's sure to be another flat-track thriller!

 

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2014 Milwaukee: IRL IndyCar Qualifying Results
Pos Num Driver Engine Speed
1. (12) Will Power Dallara-Chevy 169.262
2. (10) Tony Kanaan Dallara-Chevy 168.662
3. (2) Juan Pablo Montoya Dallara-Chevy 168.579
4. (8) Ryan Briscoe Dallara-Chevy 168.266
5. (67) Josef Newgarden Dallara-Honda 168.233
6. (83) Charlie Kimball Dallara-Chevy 168.123
7. (20) Ed Carpenter Dallara-Chevy 167.775
8. (3) Helio Castroneves Dallara-Chevy 167.561
9. (25) Marco Andretti Dallara-Honda 167.079
10. (14) Takuma Sato Dallara-Honda 166.915
11. (9) Scott Dixon Dallara-Chevy 166.742
12. (19) Justin Wilson Dallara-Honda 166.501
13. (27) James Hinchcliffe Dallara-Honda 166.195
14. (15) Graham Rahal Dallara-Honda 166.032
15. (7) Mikhail Aleshin Dallara-Honda 165.851
16. (77) Simon Pagenaud Dallara-Honda 165.818
17. (98) Jack Hawksworth Dallara-Honda 165.614
18. (11) Sebastien Bourdais Dallara-Chevy 164.421
19. (28) Ryan Hunter-Reay Dallara-Honda 164.211
20. (34) Carlos Munoz Dallara-Honda 164.013
21. (17) Seba tian Saavedra Dallara-Chevy 162.535
2. (18) Carlos Huertas Dallara-Honda 159.787





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