RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The way Tony Kanaan saw it, it was his good fortune to be the last of the Andretti Green racers to qualify for the SunTrust Indy Challenge on Friday night. And it was about time that he had luck go his way. "That's pure luck. It's the number that you draw. If we want to talk about luck with me this year, I guess, I think I deserve a little bit," said Kanaan, who was the 22nd of 26 drivers to make his attempt. He's fourth in the points race with five top-five finishes. Kanaan's four-lap average speed of 167.876 mph allowed him to nudge Andretti Green Racing teammate Marco Andretti to the outside of the front row. Andretti's average was 167.795.