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Race results - Lexmark Indy 300.

Full race results from the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise, round thirteen of the 2004 Champ Car World Series.

1. Bruno Junqueira NHR Lola 1hr 46mins 45.941secs 57 laps
2. Sebastien Bourdais NHR Lola +1.199secs
3. Mario Dominguez Herdez Lola +1.363secs
4. Paul Tracy Forsythe Lola + 1.916secs
5. Ryan Hunter-Reay Herdez Lola +2.080secs
6. AJ Allmendinger* RuSPORT Lola +2.741secs
7. David Besnard* Walker Racing Reynard +16.110secs
8. Justin Wilson* Conquest Lola +16.775secs
9. Guy Smith* Rocketsports Lola +17.426secs
10. Nelson Philippe* Conquest Lola +18.205secs
11. Roberto Gonzalez* PKV Lola +19.368secs
12. Jimmy Vasser PKV Lola +21.504secs
13. Oriol Servia Dale Coyne Lola +24.373secs
14. Mario Haberfeld Walker Reynard 56 laps completed
15. Rodolfo Lavin Forsythe Lola 54 laps completed
16. Patrick CarpentierForsythe Lola 52 laps completed
17. Michel Jourdain Jr RuSPORT Lola 31 laps completed
18. Jarek Janis* Dale Coyne Lola 28 laps completed
19. Alex Tagliani # Rocketsports Lola 19 laps completed

Asterisk * denotes rookie entrant


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