POSITION DRIVER TEAM POINTS 1 Will Power Team Penske 286 2 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport 283 3 Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing 271 4 Helio Castroneves Team Penske 261 5 James Hinchcliffe Andretti Autosport 256 6 Simon Pagenaud Schmidt/Hamilton Motorsports 246 7 Tony Kanaan KV Racing Technology 235 8 Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing 216 9 Ryan Briscoe Team Penske 205 10 Graham Rahal Service Central Chip Ganassi Racing 193 11 Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing 188 12 Oriol Servia Lotus Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 185 13 JR Hidebrand Panther Racing 173 = Marco Andretti Andretti Autosport 173 15 Rubens Barrichello KV Racing Technology 164 = Charlie Kimbell Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing 164 17 EJ Viso KV Racing Technology 160 18 Takuma Sato Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 154 19 Ed Carpenter Ed Carpenter Racing 151 20 Alex Tagliani Team Barracuda - BHA 142 21 James Jakes Dale Coyne Racing 138 22 Mike Conway A. J. Foyt Enterprises 137 23 Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing 126 24 Simona de Silvestro HVM Racing 111 25 Katherine Legge Lotus Dragon Racing 103 26 Sebastien Bourdais Lotus Dragon Racing 86 27 Ana Beatriz Andretti Autosport 28 28 Townsend Bell Sam Schmidt Motorsports 26 29 Michel Jourdain Jr. Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 16 30 Sebastian Saavedra Andretti Autosport 14 31 Bryan Clauson Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing 13 = Jean Alesi Fan Force United 13 = Wade Cunningham AJ Foyt Racing 13
Dario Franchitti pipped Will Power to pole position for the Honda Indy Toronto, posting a lap of 59.3510s (106.451mph) on the 1.75-mile, 11-turn street circuit.
Ganassi's Dario Franchitti will start from pole position for Sunday's Honda Indy Toronto street race after posting a late lap of 59.3510s (106.451mph). That ended up being 0.0247s faster than Penske's Will Power, who will start alongside him on the front row.
Justin Wilson rebounded from a terrible day in practice on Friday to top the second round of qualifying with the day's best lap of 59.0663s (106.964mph) and went on to claim third place in the Firestone Fast Six pole shootout, to put him alongside Sebastien Bourdais on the second row of the grid.
Franchitti's team mate Scott Dixon also made it into the pole shootout. Alex Tagliani also made it through and qualified in sixth place but has a ten-place starting grid penalty for an engine change. That will bump Ryan Hunter-Reay up to start alongside Dixon from sixth place. Hunter-Reay's Andretti Autosport team mate and local hero James Hinchcliffe qualified in ninth position but has his own engine penalty to serve after the team made an unapproved change to the Chevrolet unit.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan's Takuma Sato ended up in 11th place in the Round 2 timings, after his two fastest laps were deleted for blocking Will Power's qualifying lap when he came back on track after running off. An unhappy Sato described the penalty as "harsh". EJ Viso had earlier suffered the same punishment for a similar infringement in Round 1 in a brutally tough Group 2.
1. #10 Dario Franchitti (H) Ganassi 2. #12 Will Power (C) Team Penske 3. #18 Justin Wilson (H) Dale Coyne Racing 4. #7 Sebastien Bourdais (C) Dragon Racing 5. #9 Scott Dixon (H) Ganassi 6. #98 Alex Tagliani (H) Bryan Herta Autosport * 7. #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay (C) Andretti Autosport 8. #3 Helio Castroneves (C) Team Penske 9. #27 James Hinchcliffe (C) Andretti Autosport * 10. #77 Simon Pagenaud (H) Schmidt-Hamilton Motorsport 11. #15 Takuma Sato (H) Rahal Letterman Lanigan 12. #38 Graham Rahal (H) Ganassi 13. #14 Mike Conway (H) AJ Foyt Racing 14. #2 Ryan Briscoe (C) Team Penske 15. #83 Charlie Kimball (H) Ganassi 16. #22 Oriol Servia (C) Dreyer & Reinbold 17. #4 JR Hildebrand (C) Panther 18. #11 Tony Kanaan (C) KV Racing Technology 19. #19 James Jakes (H) Dale Coyne Racing 20. #8 Rubens Barrichello (C) KV Racing Technology 21. #78 Simona de Silvestro (L) HVM Racing * 22. #67 Josef Newgarden (H) Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing 23. #20 Ed Carpenter (C) Ed Carpenter Racing 24. #26 Marco Andretti (C) Andretti Autosport 25. #5 EJ Viso (C) KV Racing Technology
* denotes will serve ten-place grid penalty for engine changes