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Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Sunday schedule

Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Today, downtown St. Petersburg. TV: Ch. 28

Tickets: Visit gpstpete.com or booths are available near entry gates

General admission: $40 adult, $15 junior

Reserved grandstand: $80 or $60 for adult, $55 or $35 for junior

Weather

Racing will go on today even if a 50 percent chance of scattered thunderstorms materializes. IndyCars can be equipped with rain tires and the other races also can be held in rain. Rain ponchos are a better choice than umbrellas, which can't be used in the grandstands.

Schedule

8-8:40 a.m.USF2000 race No. 2

8:55-9:15Indy Lights warmup

9:30-10IndyCar warmup

10:45-11:35World Challenge race No. 2

11:50.-12:35 Star Mazda race

12:45 p.m.-2Indy Lights race

2:45IndyCar prerace ceremony

3:45-6IndyCar race

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St. Petersburg times • sports.tampabay.com • March 28, 2010 • section C

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Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Sunday schedule 03/27/10 [Last modified: Saturday, March 27, 2010 9:35pm]
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