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IPS: Results (Race 1): Grand Prix of St Petersburg

Complete unofficial results of race one of the Indy Pro Series Grand Prix of St Petersburg doubleheader on the streets of St Petersburg.

1. Alex Lloyd Schmidt 40 laps
2. Hideki Mutoh Aguri Panther 40 laps R
3. Jonathan Klein Moore 40 laps
4. Stephen Simpson Hardley 40 laps R
5. Jay Howard SpeedWorks 40 laps
6. Bobby Wilson Stewart 40 laps
7. Robbie Pecorari KMA 40 laps R
8. Chris Festa CGR 40 laps
9. Wade Cunningham AFS 40 laps
10. CR Crews Crawford 40 laps
11. Mike Potekhen Apex 40 laps
12. Brad Jaeger Stewart 40 laps R
13. Andrew Prendeville RLR 40 laps R
14. Logan Gomez Schmidt 40 laps R
15. Joey Scarallo RLR 40 laps R
16. Sean Guthrie Guthrie 39 laps-Accident
17. Jon Brownson SWE 39 laps-Running R
18. Matt Jaskol Crawford 39 laps-Running R
19. Richard Antinucci Cheever 22 laps-Accident R
20. Tom Wieringa Guthrie 18 laps-Mechanical R
21. Micky Gilbert Mile High 13 laps-Accident R
22. Ken Losch Apex 9 laps-Mechanical R
23. Jamie Camara AGR 1 lap-Accident
24. Phil Giebler Playa Del 0 laps-Accident

R denotes Rookie

Related Pictures

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Alex Lloyd - Sam Schmidt Motorsport   [pic credit: IRL/Payne]
Hideki Mutoh - Super Aguri Panther Racing   [pic credit: IRL/Payne]
Jonathan Klein, Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Chevrolet, St Petersburg Indy Pro Series race. [Pic Credit IRL Jim Hunter]
Dallara, IndyCar, [Credit: IndyCar]
Ed Jones, Dale Coyne Racing, IndyCar [Credit: Ed Jones PR]
Alexander Rossi - Andretti Autosport   [pic credit: Indycar Media/Joe Skibinski]
Simon Pagenaud (Team Penske) celebrates winning the 2016 IndyCar title with victory at Sonoma   [pic credit: Chris Owens]
Simon Pagenaud - Team Penske   [pic credit: IndyCar Media/Chris Owens]
Ed Jones celebrates winning the 2016 Indy Lights championship
Kyle Kaiser (Juncos Racing) celebrates at Laguna Seca
Kyle Kaiser - Juncos Racing
Ed Carpenter Racing crew working on the boss` car   [pic credit: IndyCar Media/Chris Owens]
Indy Lights action
Indy Lights title contender Santiago Urrutia, Ed Jones, Dean Stoneman, Felix Serralles, Kyle Kaiser and Zach Veach   [pic credit: IndyCar Media]
Santiago Urrutia - Schmidt Petersen Motorsport
Will Power - Team Penske
Scott Dixon (Target Chip Ganassi Racing) on his way to victory at Watkins Glen   [pic credit: Indycar media/Chris Owens]
Scott Dixon (Target Chip Ganassi Racing) on his way to pole at Watkins Glen   [pic credit: Indycar media/Chris Owens]

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