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Race result (Indy Lights} - GP of St Petersburg (2).

1. Junior Strous Winners Circle 40 laps 58m 51.1100s
2. Sebastian Saavedra AFS/AGR 40 laps
3. James Hinchcliffe Schmidt 40 laps
4. Jonathan Summerton RLR/Andersen 40 laps
5. Daniel Herrington Herta 40 laps
6. Mario Romancini RLR/Andersen 40 laps
7. Charlie Kimball PBIR 40 laps
8. Jay Howard PBIR 40 laps
9. Gustavo Yacaman Schmidt 40 laps
10. Richard Philippe Genoa 40 laps

11. Wade Cunningham Schmidt 40 laps
12. Sean Guthrie Guthrie Meyer 40 laps
13. Rodrigo Barbosa ELFF 40 laps
14. Sergey Mokshantsev Stewart 40 laps

Rtd Andrew Prendeville Moore 39 laps completed contact
Rtd Martin Plowman Panther 39 laps completed contact
17. James Davison Vision 36 laps running
Rtd Brandon Wagner Hamilton/Kingdom 33 laps completed mechanical
Rtd Jesse Mason Guthrie Meyer 32 laps completed contact
Rtd Ali Jackson Guthrie Meyer 29 laps completed contact
Rtd JR Hildebrand AFS/AGR 27 laps completed contact
Rtd Stefan Wilson First 27 laps completed mechanical
Rtd Ana Beatriz Schmidt 26 laps completed contact
Rtd Pippa Mann Panther 17 laps completed contact
Rtd Logan Gomez Alliance 9 laps completed mechanical
Rtd Pablo Donoso Stewart 5 laps completed mechanical
Rtd Duncan Tappy Genoa 0 laps completed contact

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