Andretti Global’s Colton Herta was fastest among the 11 drivers who took part on Day 2 of the three-day NTT IndyCar Series test on the Homestead-Miami roval.

Wheeling the No. 98 Honda, the Andretti veteran posted an unofficial top lap of 1m11.182s to lead Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon in the No. 9 Honda (1m11.404s), Arrow McLaren’s Pato O’Ward in the No. 5 Chevy (1m11.499s), Meyer Shank Racing’s Tom Blomqvist in the No. 60 Honda (1m11.607s), and Juncos Hollinger R acing’s Agustin Canapino in the No. 78 Chevy (1m11.661s).

“The track isn’t really representative of anywhere we go, so I wouldn’t read too much into the lap times,” Herta told RACER. “But we felt like we got some useful info and got a bunch of great reads on things.”

Completing the rest of the runners, Team Penske’s Will Power was sixth in the No. 12 Chevy (1m11.786s); JHR’s Romain Grosjean, who took over from Canapino in the afternoon, was seventh (1m11.816s); Ed Carpenter Racing rookie Christian Rasmussen was eighth in the No. 20 Chevy (1m11.8832s); Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Pietro Fittipaldi was ninth in the No. 30 Honda (1m12.191s); Dale Coyne Racing, which asked Jack Harvey to stay over for a second day of testing, was 10th

(1m12.430s). A.J. Foyt Racing’s Sting Ray Robb was 11th
 in the No. 41 Chevy (1m12.856s).

The day was often overcast and windy, but warm. Teams will look to cycle more drivers in to their cars on Wednesday and most will pack up and leave southern Florida, but a handful will stay and prepare to start the latest round of hybrid testing on Monday.