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MIPS: Qualifying times: Homestead-Miami 100.


1. Travis Gregg Schmidt 189.256mph
2. Jaime Camara Schmidt 187.913mph
3. Nick Bussell JL West 187.088mph
4. Mishael Abbott Hemelgarn/Johnson 185.916mph
5. Jon Herb Racing Professionals 185.821mph
6. Marty Roth Roth 185.426mph
7. Wade Cunningham Stewart 185.337mph
8. Al Unser Duesenberg 185.333mph
9. Chris Festa Schmidt 184.849mph
10. PJ Chesson Genoa 184.354mph
11. Jay Drake Vision 184.144mph
12. Jeff Simmons Hardley 183.718mph


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