Power qualifies fourth at Toronto IndyCar

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Power qualifies fourth at Toronto IndyCar

Australian driver Will Power has claimed fourth spot on the grid for Sunday’s (Monday AEST) Toronto IndyCar.

New Zealander Scott Dixon grabbed pole for the race when he used a fast final lap to snatch top spot from Helio Castroneves at the buzzer in qualifying.

Dixon turned a lap of 59.9073 seconds on Saturday (Sunday AEST) to land his 24th career pole and first since Mid-Ohio last year.

Castroneves wound up second with a lap of 59.9425sec on the temporary street course at Exhibition Place.

“Whenever you can start on the pole, especially on the street courses, it’s a big help,” said Dixon, who squeezed in his final lap.

IndyCar Series points leader Simon Pagenaud of France qualified third with a time of 1m.2293sec ahead of Power (1m.4085sec) as Team Penske took the three spots behind Dixon.

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