The 1996 Miller Genuine Draft 200 was a CART race which happened at the Milwaukee Mile. It happened on June 2, 1996. It was the 7th round of the 1996 IndyCar season.
At the start of the race, Parker Johnstone spun at turn 2. The first full course caution was out.
Top 6: Paul Tracy, Emerson Fittipaldi, Gil de Ferran, Christian Fittipaldi, Robby Gordon and Michael Andretti.
Michael Andretti takes the lead after overtaking Paul Tracy at turn 4.
Hiro Matsushita had a fire on the back of his car during his pitstop.
After pitstops, Al Unser, Jr. leads, with Michael Andretti in second.
Halfway through -> Top 6: Al Unser, Jr., Michael Andretti, Paul Tracy, Emerson Fittipaldi, Christian Fittipaldi and Greg Moore.
Second full course caution was out after Raul Boesel had a big crash on turn 2. 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.
Green flag came out. Michael Andretti took the lead from Al Unser, Jr.. The Penske Racing driver also lost second place for his teammate Paul Tracy.
Fourth full course caution came out, as Greg Moore nearly lost the car coming out turn 4. Restart came out at lap 199.
Fifth full course caution. Parker Johnstone crashed at turn 3. Michael Andretti won under yellow flag.
- 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
- Jimmy Vasser 95 points
- Al Unser, Jr. 75 points
- Scott Pruett 51 points
- Michael Andretti 51 points
- Greg Moore 46 points
- Paul Tracy 45 points
- André Ribeiro 43 points
- Christian Fittipaldi 41 points
- Gil de Ferran 41 points
- Bobby Rahal 32 points