GP2 Series

GP2 Round 10 Sprint – Portimao: Results

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Pos  Driver               Team                    Time/Gap
 1.  Nico Hulkenberg      ART                 1h03m43.837s
 2.  Luca Filippi         Super Nova              + 9.730s
 3.  Lucas di Grassi      Racing Engineering      + 9.936s
 4.  Vitaly Petrov        Addax                  + 10.360s
 5.  Roldan Rodriguez     Piquet                 + 15.095s
 6   Kamui Kobayashi      DAMS                   + 24.097s
 7.  Davide Valsecchi     Addax                  + 29.337s
 8.  Andreas Zuber        Coloni                 + 32.301s
 9.  Davide Rigon         Trident                + 33.012s
10.  Dani Clos            Racing Engineering     + 34.473s
11.  Luiz Razia           Coloni                 + 35.096s
12.  Pastor Maldonado     ART                    + 37.551s
13.  Ricardo Teixeira     Trident                + 38.143s
14.  Diego Nunes          iSport                 + 38.478s
15.  Javier Villa         Super Nova             + 40.020s

Disqualified:

 6.  Michael Herck        DPR                    + 15.418s

Retirements:

     Alvaro Parente       Ocean              22 laps
     Sergio Perez         Arden              22 laps
     Giedo van der Garde  iSport             22 laps
     Alberto Valerio      Piquet             4 laps
     Jerome d'Ambrosio    DAMS               4 laps
     Karun Chandhok       Ocean              1 lap
     Edoardo Mortara      Arden              0 laps
     Johnny Cecotto       DPR                0 laps
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