Alonso’s struggles continue, forcing him into Last Row Shooto…

Sage Karam’s four-lap average of 227.156 mph couldn’t break the top 30, but Hildebrand, Karam’s Dreyer & Reinbold Racing teammate, went 227.908 mph to knock Alonso out – temporarily.
With just three minutes left before the gun signaling the end of qualifying for the day, Graham Rahal withdrew his previous speed to attempt to improve his spot on the grid, briefly putting Alonso back in the 30th position.
So for Alonso, the attempt to get into the Indianapolis 500 for a second time will last at least one more day, an unexpected development for himself and McLaren.

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