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Race result (Atlantics) - Utah GP


1. Simona de Silvestro Stargate Worlds 31 laps 51m 25.717s
2. John Edwards Newman Wachs 31 laps
3. Frederic Vervisch Genoa 31 laps
4. Frankie Muniz Stargate Worlds 31 laps
5. Tonis Kasemets Genoa 31 laps
6. Jonathan Summerton Genoa 31 laps
7. Max Lefevre Condor 31 laps
8. James Winslow Jensen 31 laps
9. Matt Lee Jensen 29 laps
10. Michael Mallinen Swan 29 laps*
11. Michael Nacol Jensen 29 laps

Rtd Markus Niemela Newman Wachs

Dsq Borja Garcia Condor

* denotes C2 class entry


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