Liberty Challenge - Race Results

Race Results

Year Date Day Winning Driver Race Distance Time of Race Winning Speed Starting
Miles Laps
2005 June 18 Saturday Marco Andretti 65.1 25 00:35:57.3780 108.465 mph 14 0
2006 July 1 Saturday Alex Lloyd 59.9 23 00:35:53.516 100.159 mph 18 1
2007 June 16 Saturday Hideki Mutoh 46.9 18 00:26:09.8910 107.320 mph 25 0
June 17 Sunday Bobby Wilson 46.9 18 00:28:40.9170 97.901 mph 25 0

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