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Unofficial Results of the 2013 Indianapolis 500

Here are the unofficial results of the 2013 Indianapolis 500.

Driver, Team, Laps completed, Finish
1. Tony Kanaan, KV Racing Technology, 200
2. Carlos Muñoz, Andretti Autosport, 200
3. Ryan Hunter-Reay, Andretti Autosport, 200

4. Marco Andretti, Andretti Autosport, 200
5. Justin Wilson, Dale Coyne Racing, 200
6. Helio Castroneves, Team Penske, 200

7. AJ Allmendinger, Team Penske, 200
8. Simon Pagenaud, Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports, 200
9. Charlie Kimball, Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing, 200

10. Ed Carpenter, Ed Carpenter Racing, 200
11. Oriol Servia, Panther DRR, 200
12. Ryan Briscoe, NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing, 200

13. Takuma Sato, A. J. Foyt Enterprises, 200
14. Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing, 200
15. Ana Beatriz, Dale Coyne Racing, 200

16. Tristan Vautier, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, 200
17. Simona De Silvestro, KV Racing Technology, 200
18. EJ Viso, Team Venezuela/Andretti Autosport/HVM, 200

19. Will Power, Team Penske, 200
20. James Jakes, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, 199
21. James Hinchcliffe, Andretti Autosport, 199

22. Conor Daly, A. J. Foyt Enterprises, 198
23. Dario Franchitti, Target Chip Ganassi Racing, Contact
24. Alex Tagliani, Barracuda Racing, 196

25. Graham Rahal, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, 192, contact
26. Katherine Legge, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, 193
27. Townsend Bell, Panther Racing, 192

28. Josef Newgarden, Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing, 191
29. Sebastien Bourdais, Dragon Racing, 178
30. Pippa Mann, Dale Coyne Racing, 46, mechanical

31. Buddy Lazier, Lazier Partners Racing, 44, mechanical
32. Sebastian Saavedra, Dragon Racing, 34, contact
33. James Hinchcliffe, Panther Racing, 3, contact


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