Last year's 125cc winner at Indianapolis, Nicolas Terol, was the fastest bike around the Brickyard today during the opening round of practice. Terol dropped more than two seconds off of his time from FP1 to set a 1'49.381 lap around Indy.
Johann Zarco took the top spot on the timesheets with five minutes remaining in the session by edging out Alberto Moncayo by a thousandth of a second. But by the end of FP2, it was Terol who would be sitting at the top, more than a half second faster than his competitors.
Blusens by Paris Hilton Racing Team's Sergio Gadea was the fourth fastest rider for the day, while Efrén Vázquez completed the top five.