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Sunday’s Peak Antifreeze Indy 300 Results


MotorSport.com released Sunday’s Peak Antifreeze Indy 300 results. Among the 22 competing car racers, Dario Franchitti from Scotland was able to win the grand price with an impressive result of 200 laps in 1 hour, 44 minutes and 53.7950 seconds at 279.783 kph. Scott Dixon of New Zealand followed on the second spot with 200 laps as well making Sam Hornish Jr. of United States catch the third spot garnering a total of 199 laps close to 198 laps given by Ryan Hunter-Reay of United States on the seventh spot.

These car racing teams battled up to win the grand prize displaying their gorgeous car parts like the spoilers, Chevy brake pads and many more.

Motorsport had quoted Franchitti saying, “They were telling me it’s close on fuel. When he (Dixon) ran out of fuel he wiggled a little, and I had to dodge him by going high. After I collected the car I knew we had won the race, and won the championship.”

Dixon was also disappointed with the result but he was quoted by Motorsport saying, “I can take being beaten on the track in the heat of battle, but it’s a little harder running out of fuel. Ultimately it was about mileage and we didn’t make any today.”

Herald Tribune released these eesults from Sunday’s Peak Antifreeze Indy 300 on their official website.

1. Dario Franchitti, Scotland, 200 laps, 1 hour, 44 minutes, 53.7950 seconds, 279.783 kph (173.886 mph).
2. Scott Dixon, New Zealand, 200, 1.8439 seconds behind.
3. Sam Hornish Jr., United States, 199.
4. Helio Castroneves, Brazil, 199.
5. Scott Sharp, United States, 199.
6. Tony Kanaan, Brazil, 199.
7. Ryan Hunter-Reay, United States, 198.
8. Hideki Mutoh, Japan, 198.
9. Buddy Rice, United States, 198.
10. A.J. Foyt IV, United States, 198.
11. Danica Patrick, United States, 198.
12. Sarah Fisher, United States, 196.
13. Dan Wheldon, England, 193, out of fuel.
14. Marty Roth, Canada, 190.
15. Milka Duno, Argentina, 184.
16. Ed Carpenter, United States, 164.
17. Kosuke Matsuura, Japan, 156, electrical.
18. Vitor Meira, Brazil, 133, contact.
19. P.J. Chesson, United States, 94.
20. Tomas Scheckter, South Africa, 73, mechanical.
21. Darren Manning, England, 62, mechanical.
22. Marco Andretti, United States, 34, contact.

Point Standings
1. Dario Franchitti, Scotland, 637.
2. Scott Dixon, New Zealand, 624.
3. Tony Kanaan, Brazil, 576.
4. Dan Wheldon, England, 466.
5. Sam Hornish Jr., United States, 465.
6. Helio Castroneves, Brazil, 446.
7. Danica Patrick, United States, 424.
8. Scott Sharp, United States, 412.
9. Buddy Rice, United States, 360.
10. Tomas Scheckter, South Africa, 357.

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