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Indy Japan 300: Race Results

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Pos  Driver             Team                      Time/Gap
 1.  Scott Dixon        Ganassi              1h51m37.6411s
 2.  Dario Franchitti   Ganassi                 +  1.4475s
 3.  Graham Rahal       Newman/Haas/Lanigan     +  3.2002s
 4.  Oriol Servia       Newman/Haas/Lanigan     +  7.3720s
 5.  Mario Moraes       KV                      + 12.7643s
 6.  Danica Patrick     Andretti Green          + 16.1392s
 7.  Marco Andretti     Andretti Green          + 16.6513s
 8.  Dan Wheldon        Panther                 + 17.2646s
 9.  Raphael Matos      Luczo Dragon            + 17.5790s
10.  Helio Castroneves  Penske                  +    1 lap
11.  Tony Kanaan        Andretti Green          +    1 lap
12.  Justin Wilson      Coyne                   +    1 lap
13.  Ed Carpenter       Vision                  +   2 laps
14.  Hideki Mutoh       Andretti Green          +   2 laps
15.  EJ Viso            HVM                     +   2 laps
16.  Robert Doornbos    HVM                     +   2 laps
17.  Kosuke Matsuura    Conquest                +   5 laps
18.  Ryan Briscoe       Penske                  +  15 laps
19.  Stanton Barrett    3G                      +  18 laps
20.  Roger Yasukawa     Dreyer & Reinbold       +  28 laps

Retirements:

    Ryan Hunter-Reay   Foyt                     157 laps
    Mike Conway        Dreyer & Reinbold        103 laps
   Tomas Scheckter    Dreyer & Reinbold        83 laps
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