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Grand Prix of St. Petersburg schedule

Today

8-8:30 a.m. USF2000 practice

8:35-9:05 Pro Mazda practice

9:25-9:55 Pirelli World Challenge practice

10:10-10:55 Indy Lights practice

11:10-11:55 IndyCar practice

12:10-12:40 p.m. Historic sports car racing

12:55-1:25 Pirelli World Challenge practice

1:40-2:25 Indy Lights practice

2:40-3:25 IndyCar practice

3:40-4:10 USF2000 practice

4:25-4:55 Pro Mazda practice

5:10-5:55 Pirelli World Challenge qualifying

6:15 5K Run

Saturday

8-8:30 a.m. USF2000 qualifying

8:35-9:05 Pro Mazda qualifying

9:25-10:10 Indy Lights qualifying

10:25-11:10 IndyCar practice

11:25-11:55 Historic sports car racing

12:15-12:55 p.m. USF2000 race No. 1

1:10-1:50 Pro Mazda race No. 1

2:05-3:15 IndyCar qualifying

3:40-4:40 Indy Lights race

4:15-5:15 Autograph session with IndyCar drivers at Fan Village

5-6 Pirelli World Challenge race No. 1

Sunday

8-8:35 a.m. Indy Experience

8:45-9:15 IndyCar warmup

9:30-10:10 USF2000 race No. 2

10:25-11:25 Pirelli World Challenge race No. 2

11:50-12:30 IndyCar prerace

12:30 p.m. Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, NBC Sports Network

2:45-3:30 IndyCar postrace

3-3:40 Pro Mazda race No. 2

4-4:30 Historic sport scar racing

Grand Prix of St. Petersburg schedule 03/21/13 [Last modified: Saturday, March 23, 2013 3:53pm]
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