Defending winner Tony Kanaan posted the fastest speed Friday in final practice for the
Kanaan turned a lap of 227.838 mph during the one-hour session on "Carb Day" at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a throwback term to the days when crews made final adjustments to the carburetors on the cars' engines.
Scott Dixon, who won the legendary race in 2008 and is Kanaan's teammate at
Kanaan said he expected a race similar to last year's, which was the fastest Indy 500 in history and featured a record 68 lead changes.
"I don't think anybody is going to pull away," Kanaan said. "It's going to be a pack race for sure."
"At the end of the day it's just about giving it my best and not making a mistake on Sunday to try to get 1,100 miles in," Busch said.