Ryan Hunter-Reay picked up his first top qualifying spot of the season Saturday for Sunday's Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama.
Hunter-Reay, the reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion, lapped in 1:07.0871 (123.422 mph) to get his third pole of his Indy career.
Will Power, who has won the race in each of the past two years, join Hunter-Reay on the front row at 122.976 mph.
Rookie Tristan Vautier qualified a career-best third at 122.919 mph.
Scott Dixon picked up a track record of more than 3 seconds on the 2.3-mile road course in the first of three rounds but ended up qualifying fourth overall at 122.914 mph.
Charlie Kimball round out the top five after a 122.669 mph qualifying lap.
Takuma Sato was penalized for interference in Round 2 and qualified for 12th, costing him at least six spots.