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Homestead-Miami Speedway - qualifying times.


1. Scott Dixon Ganassi 1m 40.2341s
2. Ed Carpenter Vision 1m 40.2482s
3. AJ Foyt IV Vision 1m 40.7676s
4. Danica Patrick AGR 1m 40.8066s
5. Ryan Briscoe Penske 1m 40.8166s
6. Marco Andretti AGR 1m 40.9452s
7. Helio Castroneves Penske 1m 41.0615s
8. Tony Kanaan AGR 1m 41.0683s
9. Hideki Mutoh AGR 1m 41.1024s
10. Marty Roth Roth 1m 41.1264s
11. Ryan Hunter-Reay Rahal Letterman 1m 41.4689s
12. Vitor Meira Panther 1m 41.6762s
13. Buddy Rice Dreyer & Reinbold 1m 42.0784s
14. Darren Manning Foyt 1m 42.1598s
15. Franck Perera Conquest 1m 42.2034s
16. Oriol Servia KVRT 1m 42.3056s
17. Justin Wilson NHLR 1m 42.4349s
18. Milka Duno Dreyer & Reinbold 1m 42.6559s
19. Enrique Bernoldi Conquest 1m 42.7433s
20. Ernesto Viso HVM 1m 42.7577s
21. Will Power KVRT/Team Australia 1m 42.7935s
22. Bruno Junqueira Coyne 1m 43.0882s
23. Mario Moraes Coyne 1m 43.2707s

Dnq Dan Wheldon Ganassi no time
Dnq Jay Howard Roth no time

Dns Graham Rahal NHLR accident damage from testing


qualifying times based on four-lap total


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Thomas from Sweden - Unregistered

March 29, 2008 2:56 PM

I imagine a certain Paul Tracy doesn''t feel too clever right now... Maybe he should have trusted his ability is he is so damn good - too good for Vision, apparently. People thought Seb was crazy when he decided to join STR, but now the same people are even talking about the possibility of him going to Ferrari. Oh well, guess PT just didn''t love racing enough to actually put in some hard work instead of moaning. Good riddance.



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