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IPS: Race results - Miami 100.

Full race results for the Miami 100, the first round of the 2007 Indy Pro Series.

1. Alex Lloyd Schmidt 57 laps
2. Chris Festa CGR 57 laps
3. Hideki Mutoh Aguri Panther 57 laps R
4. Jamie Camara AGR 57 laps
5. Andrew Prendeville RLR 57 laps R
6. Bobby Wilson Stewart 57 laps
7. Mike Potekhen Apex 57 laps
8. Robbie Pecorari KMA 57 laps R
9. CR Crews Crawford 57 laps
10. Jay Howard SpeedWorks 57 laps
11. Stephen Simpson Hardley 57 laps R
12. Tom Wieringa Guthrie 57 laps R
13. Brad Jaeger Stewart 57 laps R
14. Ken Losch Apex 57 laps R
15. Jon Brownson SWE 57 laps R
16. Logan Gomez Schmidt 57 laps R
17. Tom Wood Moore 53 laps
18. Pablo Perez CGR 46 laps - Accident R
19. Sean Guthrie Guthrie 46 laps - Accident
20. Shane Lewis Crawford 46 laps - Running R
21. Joey Scarallo RLR 46 laps - Accident R
22. Micky Gilbert Mile High 46 laps - Accident R
23. AJ Russell Playa Del 34 laps - Suspension R
24. Wade Cunningham AFS 21 laps - Accident
25. Ryan Justice Schmidt 21 laps - Accident R

R denotes Rookie

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