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IL: Qualifying times - Miami 100.

1. Raphael Matos Dallara 186.899 mph
2. Dillon Battistini Dallara 186.541
3. Sean Guthrie Dallara 186.089
4. Andrew Prendeville Dallara 186.054
5. Richard Antinucci Dallara 185.993
6. Ana Beatriz Dallara 185.802
7. James Davison Dallara 185.786
8. Bobby Wilson Dallara 185.776
9. Wade Cunningham Dallara 185.480
10. Pablo Donoso Dallara 185.312
11. Arie Luyendyk Jr. Dallara 185.158
12. Cyndie Allemann Dallara 185.043
13. Brent Sherman Ken Losch Dallara 184.786
14. Logan Gomez Dallara 184.769
15. Chris Festa Dallara 184.254
16. Mickey Gilbert Potekhen Dallara 184.114
17. Nathan Freke Dallara 184.015
18. Al Unser III Dallara 183.581
19. Jake Slotten Dallara 183.480
20. Jon Brownson Dallara 182.923
21. Juan Manuel Polar Dallara 181.117
22. Tom Wieringa Dallara No Speed
23. J.R Hildebrand Dallara No Speed

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