Watkins Glen IndyCar iRacing results

to win the American Red Cross Grand Prix on Saturday, the opener of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge. “data-reactid =” 13 “> Sage Karam finished 3.6174 seconds ahead of Felix Rosenqvist to win the American Red Cross Grand Prix on Saturday, the opener of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge.

Karam led 43 of the 45 laps at Watkins Glen International, leading to Will Power, who finished in third place twice for two laps after pit stops.

Jimmie Johnson, who is exploring an IndyCar debut this season, finished 16th. “data-reactid =” 15 “> Scott McLaughlin and Oliver Askew completed the top 5. Seven-time cup champion Jimmie Johnson, who is exploring an IndyCar debut this season, finished 16th.

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The race lasted an hour and 5 minutes and was without warning at an average speed of 138,200 mph. Power ran the fastest lap at 141.689 mph (1 minute, 25.6239 seconds) on the last race track.

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Jimmie Johnson finished 16th in his number 48 Chevrolet in the American Red Cross Grand Prix at virtual Watkins Glen International (Chris Graythen / Getty Images)

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