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[NOTE: This race fact sheet was used during the CART/Champ Car years. They have not been updated since then. However, we left them up for the historical information.]

Edmonton

Track: City Centre Raceway
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Type: 1.973-mile street circuit (14-turn flat partial airport layout)

Lap Record (up to 2007)
Will Power (2007) - 58.403 (121.617 mph).

Race Record (up to 2007)
Sebastien Bourdais (2007) - 1:45:41.953 (107.517 mph).

Past Race Winners
Year Driver Laps Miles Time Speed
2005 Sebastien Bourdais 88 173.624 1:38:55.730 105.302
2006 Justin Wilson 85 167.705 1:40:30.635 100.112
2007 Sebastien Bourdais 96 189.408 1:45:41.953 107.517

Other Western Canadian Area Venues and Results

Vancouver - 1.781-mile Street Circuit
Year Driver Laps Miles Time Speed
1990 Al Unser, Jr. 97 165.288 2:08:13.233 77.345
1991 Michael Andretti 100 167.7 1:47:10.182 93.888
1992 Michael Andretti 100 167.7 1:41:50.788 98.796
1993 Al Unser, Jr. 102 173.808 1:49:52.452 91.794
1994 Al Unser, Jr. 102 171.054 1:53:27.345 89.166
1995 Al Unser, Jr. 100 170.3 1:46:54.900 95.571
1996 Michael Andretti 100 170.3 1:48:16.253 94.374
1997 Mauricio Gugelmin 100 170.3 1:47:17.995 95.228
1998 Dario Franchitti 86 154.972 2:00:37.871 77.081
1999 Juan Montoya 74 131.794 2:01:08.183 65.279
2000 Paul Tracy 90 160.29 1:53:06.024 85.034
2001 Roberto Moreno 98 174.538 2:10:01.276 80.543
2002 Dario Franchitti 100 178.1 2:16:05.063 78.525
2003 Paul Tracy 100 178.1 1:57:54.322 90.632
2004 Paul Tracy 85 151.385 1:34:42.849 95.900

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The Track


Edmonton Sights Thumbnail The Sights
Edmonton Edibles

1990: Course worker Jean Patrick Hein killed when struck by the car of Willy T. Ribbs on lap 16. 1990-96: Michael Andretti and Al Unser, Jr. are the only drivers to win in the first 7 years. 1997: Gugelmin wins his first, and only, CART race. 2001: Race stopped two laps short of scheduled distance due to time limit. 2002: Race red flagged on lap 93 after three car crash to clean up track to get a green flag finish.
 
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