1996 Miller Genuine Draft 200
|Race 7 of 16 in the 1996 IndyCar season|
|Date||June 2, 1996|
|Official name||Miller Genuine Draft 200|
|Location||Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, United States|
|Course||Permanent racing facility|
1.000 mi / 1.609 km
200 mi / 321.868 km
|Weather||Temperatures reaching up to 80.1 °F (26.7 °C); wind speeds approaching 15 miles per hour (24 km/h)|
|Driver||Paul Tracy (Penske Racing)|
|First||Michael Andretti (Newman/Haas Racing)|
|Second||Al Unser, Jr. (Penske Racing)|
|Third||Paul Tracy (Penske Racing)|
At the start of the race, Parker Johnstone spun at turn 2. The first full-course caution was out.
Hiro Matsushita had a fire on the back of his car during his pitstop.
Second full course caution was out after Raul Boesel had a big crash on turn 2. The green flag came out at lap 148.
Top 6: Al Unser, Jr., Michael Andretti, Emerson Fittipaldi, Paul Tracy, Greg Moore and Christian Fittipaldi.
Third full course caution came out, as Mark Blundell was the third victim of turn 2 wall.
Lap 195. 5 to goEdit
Lap 197. 3 to goEdit
Fourth full course caution came out, as Greg Moore nearly lost the car coming out turn 4. The restart came out at lap 199.
Lap 200. Last LapEdit
- Michael Andretti 200 laps
- Al Unser, Jr. +0.146
- Paul Tracy +0.206
- Emerson Fittipaldi +1.549
- Greg Moore +24.420
- Christian Fittipaldi +1
- Bobby Rahal +3
- André Ribeiro +3
- Gil de Ferran +4
- Jimmy Vasser +4
- Adrian Fernandez +4
- Scott Pruett +4
- Alex Zanardi +5
- Bryan Herta +5
- Maurício Gugelmin +6
- Parker Johnstone +7
- Robby Gordon +9
- Jeff Krosnoff +9
- Juan Manuel Fangio II +13
- Eddie Lawson +16
- Eliseo Salazar +16
- Mark Blundell Broken suspension
- Michel Jourdain, Jr. +18
- P.J. Jones +19
- Roberto Moreno +21
- Raul Boesel Contact at turn 2
- Stefan Johansson Poor handling
- Hiro Matsushita Broken exhaust
After 7 of 16 races
- "1996 Miller Genuine Draft 200 weather information". Old Farmers' Almanac. Retrieved 2013-07-13.