Nine drivers advanced to Fast Nine qualifying on Sunday, where they will battle it out on Pole Day to be at the front of the field in the 100th Indy 500.
The full field of 33 drivers was determined on Saturday, but the order for the race next weekend will be determined on Sunday. However, just the nine drivers that advanced will be eligible to win the pole. Qualifying for positions 10-33 begins at 2:45 p.m. ET, and the Fast Nine will duke it out for spots on the first three rows beginning at 5 p.m.
Television coverage of qualifying will begin on ABC at 4 p.m., but results can also be streamed online at WatchESPN or followed with IndyCar Race Control, a live scoring and timing service.
Scott Dixon earned the pole in the 99th Indianapolis 500 last year, but finished fourth. Instead, Juan Pablo Montoya earned the win, despite starting on the outside of Row 5.
The last driver to win both the poll and the Indianapolis 500 a week later was Helio Castroneves, who accomplished the feat in 2009, one year after Dixon did the same.
The 2016 Indianapolis 500 will be run on Sunday, May 29, and will be televised by ABC.
Indy 500 Pole Day info
Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Date: Sunday, May 22
Time: 2:45 p.m. ET
TV: ABC, 4 p.m. ET
Online: WatchESPN, IndyCar Race Control
Live Stream: Watch Indy 500 Online