Nate Norenberg continued his streak of great qualifying runs with his third straight front row qualifying effort. Norenberg ran a lap of 1:35.107, good enough for the outside pole position.
All three MINIs had times within in a second of each other. Collin Mullan showed he is up to the challenge with a strong run in his qualifying debut for the team.
As we indicated in our pre-race report, the entire ST class will be on a level playing field, and it’s shaping up to be a spectacular race. You won’t want to miss it.
Qualifying results for the rest of the field can be found here.
How to Watch
The Mid-Ohio 120 takes place today (5/5) at 2:20 PM. You can watch the race live on IMSA.tv, the IMSA Roku app, or on the IMSA mobile app. You can keep track of timing and scoring at scoring.imsa.com.