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Grand Prix 2: 1993 Zandvoort 200 [1/21]

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Published on Jan 24, 2016

Round 1:
Indy Grand Prix of the Netherlands (sanctioned by CART)
200 miles around Circuit Park Zandvoort
[2.676 miles (4.307 km) / 75 laps]

Driver: #9 Raul Boesel (Brazil)
Team: Dick Simon Racing (USA)
Chassis: Lola T93
Engine: FordXB
GP2 power: 810/830HP (R/Q)
GP2 weight: 750kg (1654lbs)
GP2 tire grade: B (medium)
GP2 failure rate: 9740/32767 (29.73%)
GP2 difficulty: Ace (no driver aids)
Website: http://gp2.sharoma.com
Control: $10 Logitech Precision gamepad

A brand new season featuring drivers from the 1993 PPG IndyCar World Series.

-Bobby Rahal scores 1 point for pole position
-Raul Boesel scores 1 point for fastest lap

Classification:

1st Raul Boesel 1h 49m 50.358s / 110.771 mph [21 points]
2nd Al Unser, Jr. +22.162s / -0.371 mph [16]
3rd Robby Gordon +1m 15.401s / -1.253 mph [14]
4th Bobby Rahal -1 lap [13]
5th Mike Groff -1 lap [10]
6th Emerson Fittipaldi -1 lap [8]
7th Teo Fabi -2 laps [6]
8th Roberto Guerrero -3 laps [5]
9th Mario Andretti -3 laps [4]
10th Danny Sullivan -3 laps [3]
11th Stephan Gregoire -3 laps [2]
12th Hiro Matsushita -3 laps [1]
13th Geoff Brabham -3 laps
14th Scott Brayton -3 laps
15th Scott Goodyear -4 laps
16th Dominic Dobson -5 laps
17th Gary Bettenhausen - Didn't Finish
18th Kevin Cogan - Suspension
19th Nigel Mansell - Engine
20th Jim Crawford - Throttle
21st John Andretti - Transmission
22nd Tony Bettenhausen - Transmission
23rd Jimmy Vasser - Transmission
24th Stefan Johansson - Suspension
25th Paul Tracy - Puncture
26th Arie Luyendyk - Transmission

Fastest laps:

1st Raul Boesel 1m 24.456s / 115.250 mph
2nd Nigel Mansell +0.996s / -1.343 mph
3rd Al Unser, Jr. +1.205s / -1.621 mph
4th Bobby Rahal +1.253s / -1.684 mph
5th Paul Tracy +1.831s / -2.445 mph

Note - In Grand Prix 2, there is no system to allow:
1) Rolling starts
2) White Flag
3) Determination of most laps led
4) Full course caution or pace cars
5) Races above 124 laps
6) A field with more than 26 drivers

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