INDIANAPOLIS - British driver Katherine Legge became the 33d driver to qualify for next week's Indianapolis 500, assuring race organizers of a full field.

Legge was the ninth driver to make an attempt Sunday, the second and final day of qualifications.

She was hired Saturday to drive the No. 81 car for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.

Michel Jourdain Jr. was the only driver who failed to make the Indianapolis 500 field during Bump Day qualifying Sunday.

The fastest second-day qualifiers were Americans Josef Newgarden at 225.731 m.p.h. and Graham Rahal at 225.007.


CONCORD, N.C. - Cross another milestone off of Jimmie Johnson's list.

He stands alone in all-star history.

"Five-time" became the first four-time winner of NASCAR's annual All-Star Race, breaking a tie with the late Dale Earnhardt and teammate Jeff Gordon on Saturday night.

"To beat Jeff and Earnhardt, two guys that I have looked up to my whole life, two massive icons of our sport, this means the world to me," Johnson said.

He also joined the late Davey Allison as the second driver to win back-to-back all-star races.

It was fitting that he did it at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the track Johnson, the five-time NASCAR champion, has dominated since his 2002 rookie season.