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IPS: Qualifying Times: Grand Prix of St Petersburg

Complete qualifying results and starting line-up for both races of the Indy Pro Series Grand Prix of St Petersburg doubleheader on the streets of St Petersburg.

1. Alex Lloyd Schmidt 96.514mph
2. Phil Giebler Playa Del 96.171mph
3. Jay Howard SpeedWorks 95.611mph
4. Hideki Mutoh Aguri Panther 95.486mph R
5. Matt Jaskol Crawford 95.279mph R
6. Stephen Simpson Hardley 95.181mph R
7. Robbie Pecorari KMA 95.123mph R
8. Jonathan Klein Moore 94.718mph
9. Wade Cunningham AFS 94.645mph
10. CR Crews Crawford 94.540mph
11. Mike Potekhen Apex 94.420mph
12. Logan Gomez Schmidt 94.373mph R
13. Bobby Wilson Stewart 93.864mph
14. Chris Festa CGR 93.603mph
15. Andrew Prendeville RLR 93.299mph R
16. Micky Gilbert Mile High 93.212mph R
17. Sean Guthrie Guthrie 93.192mph
18. Brad Jaeger Stewart 93.136mph R
19. Jamie Camara AGR 92.910mph
20. Joey Scarallo RLR 91.338mph R
21. Ken Losch Apex 88.518mph R
22. Jon Brownson SWE 85.594mph R
23. Richard Antinucci Cheever 61.337mph R
24. Tom Wieringa Guthrie No Speed R

R denotes Rookie


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