Palou finishes 14th at Carb Day

The rain disrupted and shortened the traditional Carb Day of the Indianapolis 500, the last day of testing after ten hectic days on the most famous oval in the world. Cars and equipment are tuned, with the famous Pit Stop Challenge. The day served to rehearse the steps through the pits, make some stints full of fuel and even the start. All data is welcome, but the conditions that the riders will find next Sunday in the 106th edition of the 500 Miles will have little to do with those of Friday, cold and wet.

The time table left Tony Kanaan as the best, with a best record of 227.114. Palou, who starts second on Sunday, finishes the last day of practice fourteenth, (227.114). The table, although those in front do not risk it, it is not the time to destroy a car and only Malukas and Herta touched the wall, confirms the good performance of Ganassi, four cars in the top-7 and a dominance of Honda engines over the Chevrolet. Palou is on the good side. And there is no time for more. The next time the cars are put on the asphalt it will be to listen to Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines with which the 200 laps to the brickyard begin and a bottle of milk. That Palou already has cooling just in case.

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