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2010 Bahrain International Circuit GP2 Asia Series round (March)

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Bahrain    2010 Bahrain GP2 round
Round details
Round 4 of 4 rounds in the
2010 GP2 Series
Bahrain International Circuit

Bahrain International Circuit
Location Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain
Course Permanent racing facility
6.299 km (3.914 mi)
Feature race
Date 13 March 2010
Laps 29
Pole position
Driver Italy Luca Filippi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com
Time 2:07.087
Podium
First Italy Luca Filippi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com
Second Italy Davide Valsecchi iSport International
Third France Charles Pic Arden International
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Luca Filippi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com
Time 2:09.823 (on lap 27)
Sprint race
Date 14 March 2010
Laps 20
Podium
First Italy Giacomo Ricci David Price Racing
Second United Kingdom Sam Bird ART Grand Prix
Third Portugal Álvaro Parente Scuderia Coloni
Fastest lap
Driver United Kingdom Sam Bird ART Grand Prix
Time 2:09.844 (on lap 4)

The 2009-10 Bahrain 2nd GP2 Asia round was the fourth round of the 2009-10 GP2 Asia Series season. It was held on March 13 and 14, 2010 at Bahrain International Circuit at Sakhir, Bahrain. It was the second of two rounds to be held at the circuit, the other being the 2009-10 Bahrain 1st GP2 Asia round. This event will support the 2010 Bahrain Grand Prix, and therefore use a different layout to an earlier race in the series, The Endurance Circuit. Luca Filippi started from pole position, won the race (first win for MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com and set fastest lap, forming a perfect weekend.[1] Sprint race was won by Filippi's countryman Giacomo Ricci, which also brought the first victory for his team DPR.[2]

This was the last race for the original GP2 car, the Dallara GP2/05, as it was replaced by the Dallara GP2/11 for 2011.

Classification

Qualifying

Pos No Name Team Time Grid
1 20 Italy Luca Filippi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com 2:07.087 1
2 11 France Charles Pic Arden International 2:07.178 2
3 16 United Kingdom Oliver Turvey iSport International 2:07.237 3
4 17 Italy Davide Valsecchi iSport International 2:07.243 4
5 24 Portugal Álvaro Parente Scuderia Coloni 2:07.413 5
6 12 Spain Javier Villa Arden International 2:07.432 6
7 7 France Jules Bianchi ART Grand Prix 2:07.710 7
8 4 Brazil Luiz Razia Rapax Team 2:07.772 8
9 27 Italy Giacomo Ricci DPR 2:07.892 9
10 21 United States Alexander Rossi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com 2:08.027 10
11 8 United Kingdom Sam Bird ART Grand Prix 2:08.339 11
12 23 Switzerland Fabio Leimer Ocean Racing Technology 2:08.428 12
13 18 Spain Dani Clos Trident Racing 2:08.467 13
14 26 Romania Michael Herck DPR 2:08.634 14
15 1 Germany Christian Vietoris DAMS 2:08.678 15
16 5 United Kingdom Max Chilton Barwa Addax Team 2:08.692 16
17 22 Netherlands Yelmer Buurman Ocean Racing Technology 2:08.778 17
18 2 Italy Edoardo Piscopo DAMS 2:08.858 18
19 3 Bulgaria Vladimir Arabadzhiev Rapax Team 2:08.863 19
20 15 Czech Republic Josef Král Super Nova Racing 2:09.454 20
21 25 United Kingdom Will Bratt Scuderia Coloni 2:09.611 21
22 6 Venezuela Rodolfo González Barwa Addax Team 2:09.648 22
23 14 United States Jake Rosenzweig Super Nova Racing 2:09.904 23
24 19 Bulgaria Plamen Kralev Trident Racing 2:12.975 24

Race 1

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 20 Italy Luca Filippi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com 29 1:06:15.383 1 11
2 17 Italy Davide Valsecchi iSport International 29 +2.058 4 8
3 11 France Charles Pic Arden International 29 +3.990 2 6
4 24 Portugal Álvaro Parente Scuderia Coloni 29 +6.863 5 5
5 27 Italy Giacomo Ricci DPR 29 +8.085 9 4
6 8 United Kingdom Sam Bird ART Grand Prix 29 +14.845 11 3
7 12 Spain Javier Villa Arden International 29 +15.305 6 2
8 2 Italy Edoardo Piscopo DAMS 29 +15.503 18 1
9 16 United Kingdom Oliver Turvey iSport International 29 +15.684 3
10 7 France Jules Bianchi ART Grand Prix 29 +18.498 7
11 21 United States Alexander Rossi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com 29 +22.028 10
12 3 Bulgaria Vladimir Arabadzhiev Rapax 29 +22.260 19
13 22 Netherlands Yelmer Buurman Ocean Racing Technology 29 +26.137 17
14 18 Spain Dani Clos Trident Racing 29 +26.749 13
15 25 United Kingdom Will Bratt Scuderia Coloni 29 +28.031 21
16 15 Czech Republic Josef Král Super Nova Racing 29 +30.208 20
17 14 United States Jake Rosenzweig Super Nova Racing 29 +31.799 23
18 26 Romania Michael Herck DPR 29 +48.097 14
19 5 United Kingdom Max Chilton Barwa Addax Team 28 DNF 16
Ret 1 Germany Christian Vietoris DAMS 21 DNF 15
Ret 19 Bulgaria Plamen Kralev Trident Racing 20 DNF 24
Ret 6 Venezuela Rodolfo González Barwa Addax Team 15 DNF 22
Ret 4 Brazil Luiz Razia Rapax 1 DNF 8
Ret 23 Switzerland Fabio Leimer Ocean Racing Technology 0 DNF 12
Fastest lap: Luca Filippi (MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com) 2:09.823 (174.671 km/h) on lap 27

Race 2

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 27 Italy Giacomo Ricci DPR 20 43:47.744 4 6
2 8 United Kingdom Sam Bird ART Grand Prix 20 +5.369 3 6
3 24 Portugal Álvaro Parente Scuderia Coloni 20 +9.585 5 4
4 17 Italy Davide Valsecchi iSport International 20 +15.695 7 3
5 21 United States Alexander Rossi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com 20 +16.559 11 2
6 12 Spain Javier Villa Arden International 20 +23.280 2 1
7 22 Netherlands Yelmer Buurman Ocean Racing Technology 20 +25.403 13
8 20 Italy Luca Filippi MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com 20 +25.949 8
9 3 Bulgaria Vladimir Arabadzhiev Rapax 20 +29.077 12
10 15 Czech Republic Josef Král Super Nova Racing 20 +30.780 16
11 16 United Kingdom Oliver Turvey iSport International 20 +32.196 9
12 18 Spain Dani Clos Trident Racing 20 +35.035 14
13 4 Brazil Luiz Razia Rapax 20 +38.628 23
14 1 Germany Christian Vietoris DAMS 20 +45.567 20
15 5 United Kingdom Max Chilton Barwa Addax Team 20 +47.373 19
16 25 United Kingdom Will Bratt Scuderia Coloni 20 +51.821 15
17 14 United States Jake Rosenzweig Super Nova Racing 20 +53.057 17
18 19 Bulgaria Plamen Kralev Trident Racing 20 +72.250 21
19 11 France Charles Pic Arden International 20 +104.114 6
Ret 7 France Jules Bianchi ART Grand Prix 17 DNF 10
Ret 6 Venezuela Rodolfo González Barwa Addax Team 16 DNF 22
Ret 26 Romania Michael Herck DPR 16 DNF 18
Ret 2 Italy Edoardo Piscopo DAMS 0 DNF 1
DNS 23 Switzerland Fabio Leimer Ocean Racing Technology 0 24
Fastest lap: Sam Bird (ART Grand Prix) 2:09.844 (171.903 km/h) on lap 4

References

  1. ^ "Filippi takes first Meritus win in Bahrain". GPUpdate.net. 13 March 2010. Retrieved 29 January 2011.
  2. ^ "Ricci wins for DPR in Bahrain". GPUpdate.net. 14 March 2010. Retrieved 29 January 2011.

External links


Previous round:
2009–10 Bahrain 1st GP2 Asia round
GP2 Asia Series Championship
2009–10 season
Next round:
2011 Abu Dhabi GP2 Asia round
Previous round:
2009–10 Bahrain 1st GP2 Asia round
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