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Qualifying times - SunTrust Indy Challenge (Richmond)


1. Dario Franchitti Ganassi 1m 04.5488s 167.315mph
2. Scott Dixon Ganassi 1m 04.8111 166.638mph
3. Helio Castroneves Penske 1m 05.0871 165.931mph
4. Ryan Briscoe Penske 1m 05.1588 165.749mph
5. Graham Rahal NHLR 1m 05.3683 165.218mph
6. Raphael Matos Luczo Dragon 1m 05.4830 164.928mph
7. EJ Viso HVM 1m 05.6020 164.629mph
8. Hideki Mutoh AGR 1m 05.6237 164.575mph
9. Tomas Scheckter Dreyer & Reinbold 1m 05.6769 164.441mph
10. Danica Patrick AGR 1m 05.7748 164.197mph
11. Mike Conway Dreyer & Reinbold 1m 05.8017 164.129mph
12. Robert Doornbos NHLR 1m 05.8252 164.071mph
13. Dan Wheldon Panther 1m 05.9166 163.843mph
14. Ed Carpenter Vision 1m 05.9243 163.824mph
15. Justin Wilson Dale Coyne 1m 06.0525 163.506mph
16. Marco Andretti AGR 1m 06.3473 162.780mph
17. Tony Kanaan AGR 1m 06.4068 162.634mph
18. Ryan Hunter-Reay Vision 1m 06.4591 162.506mph
19. Mario Moraes KVRT 1m 07.1244 160.895mph
20. Jaques Lazier 3G 1m 10.5069 153.176mph

Qualifying based on four-lap time total



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Rob - Unregistered

June 28, 2009 2:45 AM

Wow...I was just flipping channels and saw the Suntrust Indy Challenge Race. It reminded me of the Turkish GP...no fans in the stands on half of the track!! Arrrgghhh! This racing was soooo much better when it was CART.

JoaoSousa

June 27, 2009 8:30 PM
Last Edited 2227 days ago

Penske and Ganassi have made IndyCar boring. It's not their fault, though, it's just that no other team can even come close to their performance. It was way more interesting before it became a spec series.



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