Ryan Hunter-Reay, Mike Conway and Will Power -- winners of the last three Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach races -- topped the speed charts in Friday afternoon's practice for the 39th annual running of the street race Sunday.
Hunter-Reay, the reigning Izod IndyCar Series champion who won the race in 2010, turned the fastest lap at 102.054 mph around the 11-turn, 1.97-mile course.
Conway, the 2011 winner, was second at 101.998 mph, while Power, an Australian driver for Team Penske who is the defending race winner, was third at 101.915 mph.
Conway left the IndyCar series after last season because he no longer wanted to drive on the high-speed oval tracks that are part of IndyCar's schedule. But the Englishman returned for this one race driving a car for the team of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.