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Race Result: Motegi.

Complete results from the Indy Japan 300 at Twin Ring Motegi.

1. Dan Wheldon AGR Dallara-Honda 200 laps
2. Scott Sharp Fernandez Panoz-Honda 200 laps
3. Buddy Rice Rahal Panoz-Honda 200 laps
4. Danica Patrick Rahal Panoz-Honda 200 laps
5. Bryan Herta AGR Dallara-Honda 200 laps
6. Tony Kanaan AGR Dallara-Honda 199 laps
7. Sam Hornish Jr Penske Dallara-Toyota 199 laps
8. Darren Manning Ganassi Panoz-Toyota 199 laps
9. Kosuke Matsuura SAFR Panoz-Honda 199 laps
10. Tomas Scheckter Panther Dallara-Chevrolet 198 laps
11. Helio Castroneves Penske Dallara-Toyota 198 laps
12. Ryan Briscoe Ganassi Panoz-Toyota 197 laps
13. Patrick Carpentier Cheever Dallara-Toyota 196 laps
14. AJ Foyt IV Foyt Dallara-Toyota 196 laps
15. Vitor Meira Rahal Panoz-Honda 166 laps
16. Ed Carpenter Vision Dallara-Toyota 136 laps-Accident
17. Dario Franchitti AGR Dallara-Honda 123 laps-Accident
18. Roger Yasukawa Dreyer&Reinbold Dallara-Honda 112 laps-Engine
19. Alex Barron Cheever Dallara-Toyota 57 laps-Mechanical
20. Paul Dana Hemelgarn Dallara-Toyota 56 laps-Handling
21. Scott Dixon Ganassi Dallara-Toyota 0 laps-Accident
22. Jeff Bucknum Dreyer&Reinbold Dallara-Honda 0 laps-Accident
23. Tomas Enge Panther Dallara-Chevrolet Withdrew



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