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IPS: Qualifying times - Freedom 100.


1. Wade Cunningham Stewart 1min 36.5546secs 186.423mph
2. Jay Howard Schmidt 1min 37.1018secs 185.372mph
3. Jaime Camara Andretti Green 1min 37.4653secs 184.681mph
4. Chris Festa Cheever 1min 37.7815secs 184.084mph
5. Alex Lloyd AFS 1min 37.8070secs 184.036mph
6. Tom Wood Hardley 1min 38.4157secs 182.898mph
7. Nick Bussell Cheever 1min 38.4673secs 182.802mph
8. Tyce Carlson AFS 1min 38.5225secs 182.699mph
9. Jonathan Klein Andretti Green 1min 38.5272secs 182.691mph
10. Bobby Wilson Hardley 1min 38.5585secs 182.633mph
11. James Chesson PSI 1min 39.1507secs 181.542mph
12. Sean Guthrie Guthrie 1min 39.2031secs 181.446mph
13. Matt Hamilton McMillan 1min 39.3711secs 181.139mph
14. Phil Giebler Guthrie 1min 39.8842secs 180.209mph
15. Mishael Abbott Crawford 1min 40.0666secs 179.880mph
16. Brett van Blankers Stewart 1min 40.0996secs 179.821mph
17. Jon Herb Playa Del 1min 41.4916secs 177.355mph
18. Tom Wieringa Crawford 1min 44.7462secs 171.844mph
19. Geoff Dodge Stewart no time


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