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Unofficial Finish Results to Indianapolis 500


Unofficial finish results to Indianapolis 500



This assumes all the cars pass technical inspection. (That's Helio and his crew doing Indy's version of the Lambeau Leap after winning his 3rd Indianapolis 500.)

Finish..........Driver..........Laps
1..........Helio Castroneves..........200
2..........Dan Wheldon..........200
3..........Danica Patrick..........200
4..........Townsend Bell..........200
5..........Will Power..........200
6..........Scott Dixon..........200
7..........Dario Franchitti..........200
8..........Ed Carpenter..........200
9..........Paul Tracy..........200
10..........Hideki Mutoh..........200
11..........Alex Tagliani.......... 200
12..........Tomas Scheckter.......... 200
13..........Alex Lloyd.......... 200
14..........Scott Sharp.......... 200
15..........Ryan Briscoe.......... 200
16..........AJ Foyt IV.......... 200
17..........Sarah Fisher.......... 200
18..........Mike Conway.......... 200
19..........John Andretti.......... 200
20..........Milka Duno..........199
21..........Vitor Meira..........173
22..........Raphael Matos..........173
23..........Justin Wilson..........160
24..........E.J. Viso..........139
25..........Nelson Philippe..........130
26..........Oriol Servia..........98
27..........Tony Kanaan..........97
28..........Robert Doornbos..........85
29..........Davey Hamilton..........79
30..........Marco Andretti..........56
31..........Graham Rahal..........55
32..........Ryan Hunter-Reay..........19
33..........Mario Moraes..........0


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