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Topic - Tristan Vautier
Scott Dixon caught a break to take the pole at the Grand Prix of Baltimore.
IndyCar drivers Simona De Silvestro, Simon Pagenaud and Tristan Vautier have been penalized for making unapproved engine changes.
Sam Schmidt, owner of Sam Schmidt Motorsports, said he respects Buddy Rice's decision not to drive his team's third car to try and qualify for the Indianapolis 500.
The tide continues to turn in the IndyCar Series, where some new faces showed their speed in Saturday's qualifying session at Barber Motorsports Park.
Defending IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay won the pole Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park, ending Penske Racing's three year qualifying run.
It was another solid day for IndyCar rookie Tristan Vautier, who despite an on-track mishap was still amongst the quickest drivers at Barber Motorsports Park.
Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier is stepping up to the IndyCar Series with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.
Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier will test an Indy car this week for Sam Schmidt Motorsports at Sebring International Raceway.
"I didn't get the signal there was a car in the middle of the line," Vautier said. "I slowed down, but not enough."
"It's always better when you start up front for the race, a little less crazy usually," he said. "Hopefully we can keep it clean and have a good race tomorrow."