INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Twenty-two drivers qualified today, filling
the 33-car field for the May 25th Indy 500.
Among those qualifying: Graham Rahal, the son of 1986 Indy
winner and IRL IndyCar Series team owner Bobby Rahal.
The younger Rahal drove in the now-defunct Champ Car World
Series in 2007 for eight-time champion Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing.
Rahal won his first IRL race on the street circuit in St.
Petersburg, Florida, becoming the youngest IndyCar winner ever.
Now he is going to have a chance to race at Indy.
Others qualifying today include rookies Alex Lloyd, Will Power,
E.J. Viso and Jaime Camara and veterans John Andretti, Jeff Simmons
and Sarah Fisher.
Tomorrow is Bump Day, when the slower drivers could be bumped
from the lineup.
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