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MIPS: Race result – California.

Complete results from Sunday's California 100 Menards Infiniti Pro Series at the California Speedway in Fontana.

1. Wade Cunningham Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
2. Jeff Simmons Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
3. Travis Gregg Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
4. Chris Festa Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
5. Nick Bussell Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
6. Arie Luyendyk Jr Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
7. Marty Roth Dallara-Infiniti 50 laps
8. P.J. Abbott Dallara-Infiniti 49 laps
9. Jon Herb Dallara-Infiniti 47 laps
10. Jaime Camara Dallara-Infiniti 45 laps
11. Taylor Fletcher Dallara-Infiniti 7 laps Accident
12. Jay Drake Dallara-Infiniti 0 laps Accident
13. Bobby Wilson Dallara-Infiniti 0 laps Did not start
14. Geoff Dodge Dallara-Infiniti 0 laps Did not start


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