CHAMPCAR/CART: Detroit results

Pos Driver Nat Chassis-Engine Time ------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Michael Andretti USA Lola 96-Ford-G 2:00:44.451 2. Christian Fittipaldi BR Lola 96-Ford-G ...

CHAMPCAR/CART: Detroit results

Pos Driver Nat Chassis-Engine Time ------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Michael Andretti USA Lola 96-Ford-G 2:00:44.451 2. Christian Fittipaldi BR Lola 96-Ford-G +2.410 3. Gil de Ferran BR Reynard 96-Honda-G +5.283 4. Adrian Fernandez MEX Lola 96-Honda-F +8.429 5. Mark Blundell GB Reynard 96-Ford-G +10.207 6. Eddie Lawson USA Lola 96-Mercedes-G +10.630 7. Stefan Johansson S Reynard 96-Mercedes-G +10.868 8. Raul Boesel BR Reynard 96-Ford-G +12.171 9. PJ Jones USA Eagle 96-Toyota-G +16.841 10. Scott Pruett USA Lola 96-Ford-F +26.193 11. Alessandro Zanardi I Reynard 96-Honda-F -1 lap 12. Jimmy Vasser USA Reynard 96-Honda-F -1 lap 13. Bryan Herta USA Reynard 96-Mercedes-G -1 lap 14. Parker Johnstone USA Reynard 96-Honda-F -1 lap 15. Jeff Krosnoff USA Reynard 96-Toyota-F -1 lap 16. Mauricio Gugelmin BR Reynard 96-Ford-G -1 lap 17. Paul Tracy CDN Penske 96-Mercedes-G -1 lap 18. Juan Manuel Fangio II ARG Eagle 96-Toyota-G -1 lap 19. Hiro Matsushita J Lola 96-Ford-F -3 laps 20. Greg Moore CDN Reynard 96-Mercedes-F -5 laps

 21. Bobby Rahal USA Reynard 96-Mercedes-G 60 laps Accident 22. Al Unser Jr. USA Penske 96-Mercedes-G 46 laps Accident 23. Roberto Moreno BR Lola 96-Ford-F 41 laps Exhaust 24. Andre Ribeiro BR Lola 96-Honda-F 37 laps Accident 25. Emerson Fittipaldi BR Penske 96-Mercedes-G 36 laps Accident 26. Robby Gordon USA Reynard 96-Ford-G 3 laps Accident 

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