IRL: Charlotte results

UNOFFICIAL Standings at the End of Lap: 208 (Green) AVERAGE SPEED: 158.408 TIME OF RACE: 1:58:10.555 Laps Car Lap/Time Laps PitStops LapSpeed/ POS) Comp Num Driver Behind Led Tot @Lap Reason ...

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UNOFFICIAL Standings at the End of Lap: 208 (Green) AVERAGE SPEED: 158.408 TIME OF RACE: 1:58:10.555

Laps Car Lap/Time Laps PitStops LapSpeed/ POS) Comp Num Driver Behind Led Tot @Lap Reason Out 1) 208 14 Kenny Brack (3) 0.000 76 10 174 207.039 2) 208 35 Jeff Ward (10) 5.602 56 12 173 203.176 3) 208 4 Scott Goodyear (7) 26.739 5 10 173 195.355 4) 206 5 Arie Luyendyk (15) - 2 4 -- 10 172 199.978 5) 205 16 Marco Greco (5) - 3 16 -- 2 31 199.424 6) 203 10 John Paul Jr. (13) - 5 3 -- 8 162 196.980 7) 202 6 Davey Hamilton (8) - 6 24 -- 10 168 201.005 8) 201 77 Stephan Gregoire (18) - 7 1 -- 10 167 207.812 9) 194 40 Dr. Jack Miller (17) - 14 4 -- 12 158 202.088 10) 184 21 Stevie Reeves (20) - 24 ** -- 6 185 Out of Race 11) 184 18 Tyce Carlson (19) - 24 10 -- 10 156 198.763 12) 174 15 Andy Michner (16) - 34 7 2 12 150 211.094 13) 171 91 Buddy Lazier (14) - 37 3 -- 12 136 207.756 14) 147 99 Sam Schmidt (22) - 61 ** -- 7 147 Out of Race 15) 144 28 Mark Dismore (4) - 64 ** 21 8 144 28.292 16) 144 81 Bryan Tyler (11) - 64 ** -- 5 144 Out of Race 17) 122 11 Greg Ray (2) - 86 ** 4 5 122 Out of Race 18) 104 8 Scott Sharp (6) -104 ** 25 3 105 Out of Race 19) 102 98 Donnie Beechler (24) -106 ** -- 3 76 Out of Race 20) 71 51 Eddie Cheever Jr. (12) -137 ** -- 1 31 Out of Race 21) 54 1 Tony Stewart (1) -154 ** 19 2 54 Out of Race 22) 49 23 Jim Guthrie (21) -159 ** -- 5 50 Out of Race 23) 29 44 Jimmy Kite (23) -179 ** -- 4 30 Out of Race 24) 5 30 Raul Boesel (9) -203 ** -- 1 6 Out of Race LAP LEADERS CAUTION FLAGS 1- 4 11 Greg Ray 1: 8- 7 0 0:00:02 5- 23 1 Tony Stewart 2: 10- 13 4 0:04:35 24- 30 28 Mark Dismore 3: 31- 34 4 0:06:04 31- 31 14 Kenny Brack 4: 73- 80 8 0:08:48 32- 32 28 Mark Dismore 5: 106-113 8 0:10:08 33- 34 15 Andy Michner 6: 131-134 4 0:04:42 35- 39 8 Scott Sharp 7: 145-149 5 0:06:47 40- 76 14 Kenny Brack 8: 172-177 6 0:05:37 77- 96 8 Scott Sharp TOTAL LAPS: 39 0:46:47 97-107 28 Mark Dismore 108-108 14 Kenny Brack 109-110 28 Mark Dismore 111-145 35 Jeff Ward 146-146 14 Kenny Brack 147-150 4 Scott Goodyear 151-172 14 Kenny Brack 173-173 4 Scott Goodyear 174-174 14 Kenny Brack 175-195 35 Jeff Ward 196-208 14 Kenny Brack LEADER SUMMARY 76 14 Kenny Brack 56 35 Jeff Ward 25 8 Scott Sharp 21 28 Mark Dismore 19 1 Tony Stewart 5 4 Scott Goodyear 4 11 Greg Ray 2 15 Andy Michner

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