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IndyCar Grand Prix of St. Petersburg results

Results

Finish, start, driver, laps, reason out

1. (1) Will Power, 100, running

2. (4) Justin Wilson, 100, running

3. (19) Ryan Briscoe, 100, running

4. (5) H. Castroneves, 100, running

5. (13) Dario Franchitti, 100, running

6. (8) Alex Tagliani, 100, running

7. (21) Danica Patrick, 100, running

8. (23) Raphael Matos, 100, running

9. (16) Graham Rahal, 100, running

10. (2) Tony Kanaan, 100, running

11. (7) R. Hunter-Reay, 100, running

12. (6) Marco Andretti, 100, running

13. (18) M. Romancini, 100, running

14. (12) Hideki Mutoh, 100, running

15. (17) Vitor Meira, 100, running

16. (14) S. de Silvestro, 99, running

17. (9) EJ Viso, 97, running

18. (3) Scott Dixon, 73, contact

19. (10) Mike Conway, 64, contact

20. (15) Dan Wheldon, 46, contact

21. (20) Mario Moraes, 45, contact

22. (11) Takuma Sato, 24, contact

23. (22) Alex Lloyd, 14, contact

24. (24) Milka Duno, 7, handling

Gearhead stats

Winner's average speed: 84.975

Time of race: 2:07:05.7968

Margin of victory: 0.8244 of a second

Cautions: Five for 23 laps

Lead changes: 10 among eight drivers

Lap leaders: Power 1-4, Andretti 5, Dixon 6-26, Meira 27-33, Matos 34-36, Franchitti 37-39, Briscoe 40-48, Power 49-66, Meira 67-71, Viso 72, Power 73-100

Point standings

Power 103; Wilson 59; Hunter-Reay 59; Franchitti 59; Matos 56; Castroneves 54; Briscoe 51; Meira 50; Wheldon 42; Patrick 41

IndyCar up next

Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, Barber Motorsports Park, Birmingham, 3 p.m. April 11

TV: Versus

IndyCar Grand Prix of St. Petersburg results 03/29/10 [Last modified: Monday, March 29, 2010 9:57pm]
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