Brock Kidd has picked up in Daytona where he left off last week in St Petersburg, by taking pole position ahead of the first IndyVirtual round to take place on an oval.
Kidd won the inaugural IndyVirtual event last time out on the streets of St Petersburg, and has showed he'll be an all round threat this season as he recorded the fastest speed in qualifying for the Virgin Atlantic 250 Miles of Daytona, a mammoth 237.289mph.
He will be joined on the front row by Felipe Cesar - who finished third last time out - though this comes as no surprise as both are using the Chevrolet package, known to be the best on ovals.
Marcus Thunder lines up in third ahead of last weekend's pole sitter Nick Addison, the second row pairing making up two of only three non-Chevrolet cars in the top 11.
The first oval qualifying session ran without incident despite pre-event concerns as to the speeds that the cars would reach. The only casualty was Luke Stokey, who dropped it with seven minutes to go exiting turn three, yet the Brit's earlier laps were good enough for him to still qualifying ninth.
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