Scott Dixon takes P1 in second practice for Grand Prix of Indianapolis

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Sebastien Bourdais dominated the top spot in the first practice session and for the first half of the second, but it was Scott Dixon who claimed P1 in the second practice for the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis.

Dixon ran 24 laps in the hour and 40 minute session with his fastest lap of 1:10.6971 coming on his 22nd lap. The lap knocked Will Power (1:10.8118) down to second. Rounding out the top five was Juan Pablo Montoya (1:10.8560), Bourdais (1:10.8839) and Helio Castroneves (1:10.9290).

Graham Rahal was the fastest of the Honda powered drivers, finishing the session in seventh at 1:11.1422

Once again, James Hinchcliffe was the driver to take the most laps with 44, improving in the session to 13th at 1:11.3943.

The session was red flagged for  nine minutes and 53 seconds.

It was stopped early on after Will Power spun out and into the grass.

With about 27 minutes left in the session, Juan Pablo Montoya and Stefano Coletti collided with each other while entering Turn 1. Coletti had his left-front wing clipped off in the incident.