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IL: Race result - Miami 100.

1. Dillon Battistini 67 laps
2. Richard Antinucci 67 laps
3. Brent Sherman 67 laps
4. Arie Luyendyk Jr. 67 laps
5. Chris Festa 67 laps
6. Andrew Prendeville 67 laps
7. Ana Beatriz 67 laps
8. Raphael Matos 67 laps
9. Wade Cunningham 67 laps
10. J.R. Hildebrand 67 laps
11. Sean Guthrie 67 laps
12. Logan Gomez 67 laps
13. Al Unser III 67 laps
14. Juan Manuel Polar 67 laps
15. Micky Gilbert 67 laps
16. Cyndie Alleman 67 laps
17. Bobby Wilson 67 laps
18. Tom Wieringa 67 laps
19. Jake Slotten 66 laps
20. Nathan Freke 66 laps
21. Pablo Donoso 66 laps
22. James Davison 58 laps
23. Jon Brownson 55 laps


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