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2001 CART FedEx Championship Series Schedule

Below is the archived schedule for 2001. The links for the Event bring you to our race fact sheet. The link for the Winner brings you to the Deep Throttle Thoughts for that race. For a complete motorsports schedule, see our 2001 master motorsports schedule.

Date Event/Track Type/Laps Winner
March 11 Tecate Telmex Monterrey Grand Prix
Presented by Herdez


Fundidora Park
Monterrey, Mexico
2.104-mile
road course
78 Laps
Cristiano da Matta
April 8 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

Long Beach, CA
1.968-mile
street circuit
82 Laps
Helio Castroneves
April 29 Firehawk Firestone 600
Presented by Pioneer


Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX
1.5-mile oval
249 Laps
POSTPONED
May 6 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix
Presented by Toyota


Nazareth Speedway
Nazareth, PA
0.946-mile
oval
225 Laps
Scott Dixon
May 19 (Sat.) Firestone Firehawk 500

Twin Ring Motegi
Motegi, Japan
1.549-mile
oval
201 Laps
Kenny Brack
June 3 Miller Lite 225

The Milwaukee Mile
West Allis, WI
1.032-mile oval
225 Laps
Kenny Brack
June 17 Tenneco Automotive
Grand Prix of Detroit


The Raceway on Belle Isle
Detroit, MI
2.346-mile street circuit
72 Laps
Helio Castroneves
June 24 Freightliner/G.I. Joe's 200
Presented by Texaco


Portland International Raceway
Portland, OR
1.969-mile road course
76 Laps
Max Papis
July 1 Marconi Grand Prix of Cleveland
Presented by Firstar


Burke Lakefront Airport
Cleveland, OH
2.106-mile airport
100 Laps
Dario Franchitti
July 15 Molson Indy Toronto


Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1.755-mile street circuit
95 Laps
Michael Andretti
July 22 Harrah's 500
Presented by Toyota


Michigan Speedway
Brooklyn, MI
2.0-mile oval
250 Laps
Patrick Carpentier
July 29 Target Grand Prix
Presented by Energizer


Chicago Motor Speedway
Cicero, IL
1.029-mile oval
225 Laps
Kenny Brack
Aug. 12 Miller Lite 200

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Lexington, OH
2.258-mile road course
83 Laps
Helio Castroneves
Aug. 19 Motorola 220

Road America
Elkhart Lake, WI
4.048-mile road course
55 Laps
Bruno Junqueira
Sep. 2 Molson Indy Vancouver

Concord Pacific Place
Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada
1.781-mile street circuit
98 Laps
Roberto Moreno
Sep. 15 (Sat.) The American Memorial

EuroSpeedway
Lausitz, Germany
2.023-mile oval
154 Laps
Kenny Brack
Sep. 22 (Sat.) Rockingham 500

Rockingham Motor Speedway
Corby, England
1.479-mile oval
140 Laps
Gil de Ferran
Oct. 7 Texaco/Havoline Grand Prix of Houston

Houston, TX
1.527-mile street circuit
100 Laps
Gil de Ferran
Oct. 14 Honda Grand Prix of Monterey
Featuring the Shell 300


Laguna Seca Raceway
Monterey, CA
2.238-mile road course
76 Laps
Max Papis
Oct. 28 Honda Indy 300

Gold Coast
Queensland, Australia
2.795-mile street circuit
65 Laps
Cristiano da Matta
Nov. 4 The 500
Presented by Toyota


California Speedway
Fontana, CA
2.029-mile oval
220 Laps
Cristiano da Matta

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