PORTLAND, Oregon — After leading Friday’s sole Indy Lights practice session, Benjamin Pedersen topped the time sheet again in Saturday morning’s practice session at Portland International Raceway.
The 22-year-old Danish-American went around the 12-turn, 1.964-mile road course in 1 minute, 3.9024 seconds. The No. 24 Global Racing Group with HMD Motorsports Dallara IL-15 averaged 110.644 mph on that lap.
Danial Frost was second fastest over Sting Ray Robb, Christian Rasmussen and Hunter McElrea rounding out the top-five.
Indy Lights points leader Linus Lundqvist was sixth ahead of Matthew Brabham, Jacob Abel, Ernie Francis Jr. and Christian Bogle completing the top 10.
Bogle had the only notable incident in the session, coming to a stop in Turn 4 and bringing out the red and checkered flag to end the session.
Up Next: Qualifying is later this afternoon, with live coverage on IndyCar Live! and the IndyCar Radio Network.