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FA: Race result – Long Beach.

Complete results from Sunday's opening round of the 2006 Atlantic Championship at Long Beach.

1. Andreas Wirth Forsythe Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
2. Raphael Matos Sierra Sierra Enterprises Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
3. James Hinchcliffe Forsythe Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
4. Simon Pagenaud Team Australia Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
5. Graham Rahal Mi-Jack Conquest Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
6. Danilo Dirani Condor Motorsports Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
7. Robbie Pecorari Gelles Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
8. Alex Barron Polestar Racing Group Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
9. Leonardo Maia Forsythe Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
10. Alan Sciuto Polestar Racing Group Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
11. Joe D'Agostino Newman/Wachs Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
12. David Martinez US RaceTronics Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
13. James Davison Team Australia Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
14. Kyle Kelley McAtee Motorsports Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
15. Luis Schiavo Brooks Associates Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
16. Duncan Ende Bite Racing Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
17. Dan Selznick The Room Store Swift-Cosworth 32 laps
18. Norbert Siedler Brooks Associates Racing Swift-Cosworth 31 laps
19. Al Unser III Brooks Associates Racing Swift-Cosworth 31 laps
20. Daniel Gaunt Newman/Wachs Racing Swift-Cosworth 31 laps
21. Brian McAtee McAtee Motorsports Swift-Cosworth 31 laps
22. Charles Hall Transnet Racing Swift-Cosworth 24 laps Contact
23. Jonathan Bomarito PR1 Motorsports Swift-Cosworth 23 laps Mechanical
24. Tim Bridgman Epsom Team Jensen Swift-Cosworth 20 laps Contact
25. Stephen Simpson Gelles Racing Swift-Cosworth 16 laps Contact
26. Ryan Spencer-Smith NCDL Tech Swift-Cosworth 16 laps Contact
27. Justin Sofio Mathiasen Motorsports Swift-Cosworth 13 laps Mechanical
28. Richard Philippe Forsythe Racing Swift-Cosworth 12 laps Contact


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