Will Power topped the third practice ahead of qualifying for the Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach from the Streets Of Long Beach in California. Power has been fast this weekend as he has most of the season. Power topped Friday's first practice and Ryan Hunter Reay was fastest in the second practice. Will Power has already won at Sao Paulo and in St Pete the only other drive to score a win was his teammate Helio Castroneves last weekend in Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park. Qualifying can be seen from Long Beach at 6pm eastern on Versus followed by the Long Beach Grand Prix on Sunday at 3:30pm only on Versus.
Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach Practice Session 3 Results.
5.Ryan Hunter Reay
10.Simona De Silvestro
Danica Patrick was 17th in practice, Graham Rahal with Sarah Fisher Racing was 19th and Milka Duno was 25th. Twenty Five cars are in the field for the Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach and remember only the fast six can make a run for pole. This should be another memoriable weekend in Long Beach.
Jimmy Vassar also won Saturday's Celebrity Pro Race on the Streets Of Long Beach so congrads to Jimmy.