The 33-car field is in place for the Indianapolis 500 after Bump Day on Sunday, and Michel Jourdain Jr. is the only driver who failed to qualify.
The top 24 cars from Pole Day on Saturday are slotted into the field in the top 24 spots. The final nine spots in the field are determined the next day on Bump Day, when cars can run again and take another shot at qualifying for the field. If a car that qualifies on Bump Day is faster than one in the top 24, they still start behind them in order. However, once the field reaches 33 cars, the slowest drivers are then "bumped" out of the field.
Ten drivers attempted to qualify on Bump Day, and Jourdain was the only one who could not.
Here are the nine drivers that qualified on Bump Day:
25. Josef Newgarden - 225.731
26. Graham Rahal - 225.007
27. Sebastian Saavedra - 224.929
28. Tristan Vautier - 224.873
29. Ana Beatriz - 224.184
30. Pippa Mann - 224.005
31. Conor Daly - 223.582
32. Buddy Lazier - 223.442
33. Katherine Legge - 223.176