This paper presents finite element simulations of indexable drilling of AISI4140 workpieces. The Coupled-Eulerian-Lagrangian framework is employed and the focus is to predict the drilling torque around the hole axis, thrust force, temperature distributions and chip geometries. The cutting process is modelled separately for peripheral and central insert. Then, the total thrust force and torque are predicted by superposing the predicted result for each insert. Experiments and simulations are conducted at a constant rotational velocity of 2400 rpm and feed rates of 0.13, 0.16 and 0.18 mm/rev. While the predicted torques are in excellent agreement, the thrust forces showed discrepancies of 12 - 20% to the experimental measured data. Effects of the friction modelling on the predicted torque and thrust force are outlined and possible reasons for the thrust force discrepancies are discussed in the paper. Additionally, the simulations indicate that the tool and workpiece temperature distributions are virtually unaffected by the feed rate.