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Race result - Richmond.

Complete result for the SunTrust Indy Challenge at Richmond International Raceway.

1. Sam Hornish Jr USA Marlboro Team Penske Dallara-Honda 250 laps
2. Vitor Meira BRA Panther Racing Dallara-Honda 250 laps
3. Dario Franchitti GB Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 250 laps
4. Marco Andretti* USA Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 250 laps
5. Scott Sharp USA Fernandez Racing Dallara-Honda 250 laps
6. Bryan Herta USA Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 250 laps
7. Tomas Scheckter SA Vision Racing Dallara-Honda 250 laps
8. Ed Carpenter USA Vision Racing Dallara-Honda 249 laps
9. Dan Wheldon GB Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda 249 laps
10. Helio Castroneves BRA Marlboro Team Penske Dallara-Honda 249 laps
11. Scott Dixon NZ Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda 249 laps
12. Kosuke Matsuura JPN Super Aguri Fernandez Racing Dallara-Honda 247 laps
13. Buddy Rice USA Rahal-Letterman Racing Panoz-Honda 247 laps
14. Eddie Cheever USA Cheever Racing Dallara-Honda 246 laps
15. Danica Patrick USA Rahal-Letterman Racing Panoz-Honda 246 laps
16. Buddy Lazier USA Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Dallara-Honda 245 laps
17. Felipe Giaffone BRA AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara-Honda 244 laps

Rtd. Tony Kanaan BRA Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda 109 laps Mechanical
Rtd. Jeff Simmons* USA Rahal-Letterman Racing Panoz-Honda 59 laps Accident

* denotes series rookie


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Dario Franchitti in action during race 2 of the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston double-header on Sunday, October 6 2013. (Photo Credit: Chris Owens for IndyCar Media)

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