Team Penske’s Scott McLaughlin in the No.3 DEX Chevrolet says that the car feels great but that it is only practiced as he set the fastest time of 59.7342s. Speaking following the action, McLaughlin said;
“I’m feeling great. The DEX Imaging Chevy feels really great so far. We’ve worked really hard together with my engineer Ben Bretzman. Jonathan Diuguid (former engineer) went on to bigger and better things, and he helped me a lot. We’ve worked really hard to fine-tune myself and what I want from the car. I’m very proud of this team. At the end of the day, it’s only practice and there is no such thing as a perfect lap. I’ll work on it and get better. We know we’ll have to come back stronger because it’s going to be tight.”
Colton Herta continued his progress from Friday ending the session in second place with a time 01:00.0851s just ahead of Simon Pagenaud who had a great session for Meyer Shank Racing with a time of 01:00.0853s.
Alexander Rossi was fourth fastest with a time of 01:00.1075s ending the session just ahead of Will Power and Rinus VeeKay.
Alex Palou ended the session in seventh place despite hitting the wall. It was a fantastic session for Kyle Kirkwood in the No.14 ROKiT Chevrolet.
Pato O’Ward was ninth fastest for Arrow McLaren SP.
Felix Rosenqvist ended the session in 10th place just ahead of Conor Daly and Helio Castroneves. Marcus Ericsson was 13th fastest just ahead of Josef Newgarden and Devlin DeFrancesco.
David Malukas was 16th with a time of 01:00.4872s just ahead of Callum Ilott who set a fastest time of 01:00.6036s just ahead of Romain Grosjean who set a fast time of 01:00.7546s just ahead of Scott Dixon.
Dalton Kellett was 21st just ahead of Graham Rahal and Takuma Sato while Jack Harvey was 24th just ahead of Jimmie Johnson and Tatiana Calderon.