2008 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg - Qualifying - Grid

Grid

Pos No. Driver Team Time Speed (mph)
1 11 Tony Kanaan Andretti Green Racing 1:02.5322 103.627
2 green; background:yellow; text-align:center;">8 Will Power (R) KV Racing 1:02.6096 103.499
3 02 Justin Wilson (R) Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing 1:02.6426 103.444
4 3 Hélio Castroneves Penske Racing 1:02.6462 103.438
5 6 Ryan Briscoe Penske Racing 1:02.7071 103.338
6 17 Ryan Hunter-Reay Rahal Letterman Racing 1:03.0077 102.845
7 5 Oriol Servià (R) KV Racing 1:02.7427 103.279
8 10 Dan Wheldon Chip Ganassi Racing 1:02.7964 103.191
9 06 Graham Rahal (R) Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing 1:02.8122 103.165
10 34 Franck Perera (R) Conquest Racing 1:02.8749 103.062
11 14 Darren Manning A.J. Foyt Enterprises 1:03.0136 102.835
12 26 Marco Andretti Andretti Green Racing 1:03.2443 102.460
13 9 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing 1:03.2365 102.472
14 27 Hideki Mutoh (R) Andretti Green Racing 1:03.2757 102.409
15 33 E. J. Viso (R) HVM Racing 1:03.3067 102.359
16 15 Buddy Rice Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 1:03.3591 102.274
17 4 Vitor Meira Panther Racing 1:03.4480 102.131
18 36 Enrique Bernoldi (R) Conquest Racing 1:03.4568 102.117
19 7 Danica Patrick Andretti Green Racing 1:03.5766 101.924
20 24 Jay Howard (R) Roth Racing 1:03.7447 101.656
21 20 Ed Carpenter Vision Racing 1:03.8007 101.566
22 19 Mario Moraes (R) Dale Coyne Racing 1:04.1590 100.999
23 23 Townsend Bell Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 1:04.3880 100.640
24 2 A. J. Foyt IV Vision Racing 1:04.4996 100.466
25 25 Marty Roth Roth Racing 1:07.7041 95.711
26 18 Bruno Junqueira Dale Coyne Racing 1:09.3851 93.392
  • Before the race, Marty Roth had a problem with his car and did not start. Bruno Junqueira therefore moved up to 25th on the grid.

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