Indy qualifying will be a crapshoot

Updated: May 18, 2012, 2:33 AM ET
By John Oreovicz | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- What should we expect during qualifying weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway?

That's a very good question. After 32 hours of track time spread over six picture-perfect Midwestern spring days, producing 8,304 laps of data, there is no clear-cut favorite to claim pole position for the 2012 Indianapolis 500.

Some say it could be the wildest and most wide-open Pole Day in 20 years or more.

Rookie Josef Newgarden, driving for local favorite ...

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