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Race results: Bridgestone 400 [amended].

Amended full results from the Bridgestone 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, round twelve of the 2004 Champ Car World Series.

1. Sebastien Bourdais NHR Lola 1hr 29mins 01.061sec 166 laps
2. Bruno Junqueira NHR Lola +0.066secs
3. Patrick Carpentier Forsythe Lola +4.091secs
4. Rodolfo Lavin Forsythe Lola +6.227secs
5. Jimmy Vasser PKV Lola +6.302secs
6. AJ Allmendinger* RuSPORT Lola +6.938secs
7. Mario Dominguez Herdez Lola +6.941secs
8. Justin Wilson* Conquest Lola +7.310secs
9. Nelson Philippe* Conquest Lola +11.979secs
10. Roberto Gonzalez* PKV Lola +1 lap
11. Michel Jourdain Jr RuSPORT Lola +1 lap
12. Oriol Servia Dale Coyne Lola +2 laps
13. Ryan Hunter-Reay Herdez Lola +2 laps
14. Mario Haberfeld Walker Reynard +4 laps
15. Gaston Mazzacane* Dale Coyne Lola +6 laps
16. Alex Tagliani # Rocketsports Lola +3 laps

17. Guy Smith* Rocketsports Lola 123 laps completed Mechanical
18. Paul Tracy Forsythe Lola 0 laps completed Mechanical

Asterisk * denotes rookie entrant

# - Tagliani demoted from 14th for ignoring Black Flag – also loses point for leading race


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