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IPS: Race result - Freedom 100.


Complete unofficial results of the Indy Pro Series Freedom 100 on the 2.5mile oval at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


1. Alex Lloyd Schmidt 40 laps
2. Chris Festa Ganassi 40
3. Jaime Camara AGR 40
4. Andrew Prendeville RLR 40
5. Hideki Mutoh Aguri Panther 40
6. Mike Potekhen Apex 40
7. Matt Jaskol Crawford 40
8. Al Unser III Playa Del 40
9. Jon Brownson SWE 40
10. Jonathan Klein Moore 40
11. Robbie Pecorari KMA 40
12. Logan Gomez Schmidt 40
13. Ryan Justice Schmidt 40
14. Stephen Simpson Hardley 40
15. Micky Gilbert Mile High 40
16. Tom Wieringa Guthrie 40
17. Marc Williams Crawford 40
18. Shane Jantzi Stewart 40
19. Sean Guthrie Guthrie 37

Rtd Joey Scarallo RLR 30 laps completed contact
Rtd Brad Jaeger Stewart 28 laps completed handling
NC Bobby Wilson Stewart 22 laps completed
Rtd Wade Cunningham AFS 11 laps completed tyre
Rtd Ken Losch Apex 9 laps completed gearbox


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