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Qualification report for Minneapolis Supercross

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With four minutes left on the clock, Joey Savatgy trimmed nearly three-quarters of a second off his first session and posted the quickest time in 450s qualification. He will attempt to score his first top five of the season in Round 6 at Minneapolis. Last week in San Diego, he posted his best result of seventh.

Last week’s winner Eli Tomac was second fastest with a time of 46.824. Marvin Musquin (46.828) rounds out the top three.

The fastest rider from Group B was Adam Enticknap with a time of 49.483 that was 19th-fastest overall.

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In the 250 class:

The East drivers got their first taste of competition with Austin Forkner setting fast time with a 46.641 despite laying his Kawasaki down as he tried to pass a slower rider with five minutes remaining in the second session.

He beat Justin Cooper (46.804) and Chase Sexton (47.153).

Jayce Pennington (49.044) was the fastest rider from Group B. He landed 16th on the chart.

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Qualification each week can be seen live with NBC’s Sport Gold Supercross / Motocross season pass, which can be purchased at https://www.nbcsports.com/gold.

MORE: Minneapolis Preview: Eli Tomac bids for back-to-back wins

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Barber IndyCar iRacing results

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Scott McLaughlin led the final six laps Saturday and finished 0.4241 seconds ahead of teammate Will Power to win the Honda IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.

Scott Speed finished third behind the Team Penske drivers. Alex Palou and Simon Pagenaud rounded out the top five.

Click here for the full boxscore from Saturday’s IndyCar iRacing event at Barber Motorsports Park.

WINNER: Scott McLaughlin holds off teammate Will Power

WHAT DRIVERS SAID: Postrace reactions on social media

Other notable finishers:

Colton Herta (seventh), Robert Wickens (eighth), Jimmie Johnson (12th), Graham Rahal (14th), Alexander Rossi (22nd).

Sage Karam led a race-high 24 laps but retired from the 45-lap event because of a crash and finished 27th of 29 drivers.