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Race results - Lexmark Indy 300.

Complete race results from the Lexmark Indy 300 round of the Bridgestone presents the Champ Car World Series powered by Ford at Surfers Paradise in Australia.

1. Sebastien Bourdais Newman Haas 57 laps Lola 1hr 39min 26.671secs
2. AJ Allmendinger RuSPORT Lola +9.129secs
3. Jimmy Vasser PKV Lola +31.851secs
4. Alex Tagliani Team Australia Lola +36.419secs
5. Oriol Servia Newman Haas Lola +43.967secs
6. Timo Glock Rocketsports Lola +45.615secs *
7. Justin Wilson RuSPORT Lola +59.629secs
8. Ronnie Bremer Dale Coyne Lola +1min 05.851secs *
9. Ricardo Sperafico Dale Coyne Lola +1min 16.291secs
10. Andrew Ranger Mi-Jack Conquest Lola +1min 33.488secs *
11. Marcus Marshall Team Australia Lola +1 lap *
12. Michael McDowell Rocketsports Lola + 1 lap
13. Rodolfo Lavin HVM Lola + 4 laps

Did not finish
14. Nelson Philippe Mi-Jack Conquest Lola 47 laps completed
15. Will Power Team Australia Lola 29 laps completed *
16. Fabrizio Del Monte HVM Lola 28 laps completed
17. Paul Tracy Forsythe Lola 24 laps completed
18. Mario Dominguez Forsythe Lola 1 lap completed
19. Cristiano da Matta PKV Lola 0 laps completed

*- denotes 'Rookie-of-the-Year' candidate


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