CHAMPCAR/CART: Portland results

PORTLAND, Ore., June 22, 1997 - Order of finish at the Budweiser-G.I. Joe's 200 CART Indy-car race on the 1.967-mile, nine-turn Portland International Raceway: P. (S) Driver Nat Chassis/engine T ...

CHAMPCAR/CART: Portland results

PORTLAND, Ore., June 22, 1997 - Order of finish at the Budweiser-G.I. Joe's 200 CART Indy-car race on the 1.967-mile, nine-turn Portland International Raceway: P. (S) Driver Nat Chassis/engine T Laps ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. (11) Mark Blundell BRI Reynard-Merc F 78 2. (2) Gil de Ferran BRA Reynard-Honda G 78 3. (14) Raul Boesel BRA Reynard-Ford F 78 4. (3) Christian Fittipaldi BRA Swift-Ford G 78 5. (9) Greg Moore CDN Reynard-Merc F 78 6. (4) Mauricio Gugelmin BRA Reynard-Merc F 78 7. (13) Paul Tracy CDN Penske-Merc G 78 8. (6) Michael Andretti U.S. Swift-Ford G 78 9. (19) Parker Johnstone U.S. Reynard-Honda F 78 10. (16) Adrian Fernandez MEX Lola-Honda F 78 11. (7) Alex Zanardi ITA Reynard-Honda F 78 12. (22) Michel Jourdain Jr MEX Lola-Ford F 78 13. (20) Andre Ribeiro BRA Lola-Honda F 77 14. (24) Richie Hearn U.S. Lola-Ford G 77 15. (27) Hiro Matsushita JPN Reynard-Toyota F 77 16. (23) Patrick Carpentier CDN Reynard-Merc G 76 17. (1) Scott Pruett U.S. Reynard-Ford F 76 18. (28) Arnd Meier GER Lola-Ford G 75 19. (8) Jimmy Vasser U.S. Reynard-Honda F 74 Contact 20. (18) P.J. Jones U.S. Reynard-Toyota G 74 21. (12) Bryan Herta U.S. Reynard-Ford G 74 22. (17) Juan Fangio II ARG Reynard-Toyota G 73 23. (21) Gualter Salles BRA Reynard-Ford G 67 Fire 24. (10) Bobby Rahal U.S. Reynard-Ford G 39 Handling 25. (15) Al Unser Jr U.S. Penske-Merc G 34 Contact 26. (5) Dario Franchitti BRI Reynard-Merc F 34 Contact 27. (26) Christian Danner GER Lola-Ford F 28 Trans 28. (25) Max Papis ITA Reynard-Toyota F 26 Trans

Time of race: 2:00:12.982. Margin of victory: 0.027-seconds. Winner's average speed: 76.575 mph. Caution flags: 7 for 24 laps.

 Lap leaders: Pruett 1-4 Gugelmin 5-30 & 54-65 Zanardi 31-53 Blundell 66 & 78 de Ferran 67-77 
 Series points leaders: 1. Tracy 100 5 tie. Vasser 69 11 tie. Blundell 31 2. Moore 95 7. Pruett 66 11 tie. Herta 31 3. Andretti 91 8. Boesel 61 13 tie. Carpentier 26 4. de Ferran 77 9. Gugelmin 56 13 tie. Johnstone 26 5 tie. Zanardi 69 10. Unser 37 15. Rahal 24 

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