Charlie Kimball will be looking for a reset switch ahead of tomorrow’s qualifying session for the first of this weekend’s two IndyCar races in Detroit after what he described as a “terrible” second practice on Friday.
The Ganassi driver was lapping in the 1m16.5s range during the morning session, but couldn’t conjure anything faster than a 1m16.8943s in the afternoon, and finished up 17th-fastest.
“We missed on setup, we missed on the gears – we just missed on everything,” he said. “The Firestone alternates threw a curveball at us that we weren’t ready for. We have a whole lot of information from this afternoon on what not to do, and I think our positions across the entire team show it.
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