Indy 500 qualifying live blog: Pole position at stake between Will Power, Josef Newgarden, Kyle Larson and more

After positions 13-30 for the 108th Indianapolis 500 were locked in on Saturday, the first 12 and final three slots will be determined Sunday.

NASCAR Cup Series star and 2021 series champion Kyle Larson put himself in the top 12 for a shot at the pole position today, but he’ll have to contend with some of the IndyCar series’ best drivers, competing with the likes of Will Power, Josef Newgarden and Alexader Rossi.

Live9 updates

  • Kyle Kirkwood goes provisional P7

    • Lap 1: 232.686 mph

    • Lap 2: 232.468 mph

    • Lap 3: 232.085mph

    • Lap 4: 226.835 mph

    Average speed: 230.99 mph

  • Kyle Larson is goes provisional P1

    • Lap 1: 233.453 mph

    • Lap 2: 232.872 mph

    • Lap 3: 232.578 mph

    • Lap 4: 232.254 mph

    Average speed: 232.788 mph

    He’s locked into the Fast 6 to fight for the pole later today

  • After half of the fast 12

    1. Ferucci 232.783

    2. Veekay 232.610

    3. O’Ward 232.584

    4. Rosenqvist 232.305

    5. Sato 232.171

    6. Hunter-Reay 230.567

  • Felix Rosenqvist goes provisional P4

    • Lap 1: 232.571 mph

    • Lap 2: 232.281 mph

    • Lap 3: 232.384 mph

    • Lap 4: 231.986 mph

    Average speed: 232.305 mph

  • Santino Ferrucci goes provisional P1

    • Lap 1: 233.060 mph

    • Lap 2: 232.705 mph

    • Lap 3: 232.621 mph

    • Lap 4: 232.505 mph

    Average speed: 232.723 mph

  • Takuma Sato goes provisional P3

    • Lap 1: 232.182 mph

    • Lap 2: 232.226 mph

    • Lap 3: 232.213 mph

    • Lap 4: 232.065 mph

    Average speed: 232.171 mph

  • Pato O’Ward goes provisional P2

    • Lap 1: 233.196 mph

    • Lap 2: 232.592 mph

    • Lap 3: 232.336 mph

    • Lap 4: 232.214 mph

    Average speed: 232.584

  • Rinus Veekay provisonal P1

    The Dutchman’s four-lap average of 232.610 tops Ryan Hunter-Reay’s 230.667. They are the only two out on track so far

  • Track is open