Di Grassi lucks in to win as Pantano extends title lead (GP2)

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

The Campos team won the second race at Valencia as well and once again fortune smiled on them. Lucas di Grassi collected the win. The GP2 sprint race once again provided more talking points than the feature race after a controversial crash between two former team mates and another twist in the championship battle between … Continue reading Di Grassi lucks in to win as Pantano extends title lead (GP2)

Title rivals Pantano and Senna stop on final lap at Valencia (GP2)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The GP2 feature race at the Circuito Urbano Valencia came to a surprising end as title rivals Giorgio Pantano and Bruno Senna both ran out of fuel on the final lap. Pantano had run away with the race from pole position and was poised to win when his car rolled to a halt on the … Continue reading Title rivals Pantano and Senna stop on final lap at Valencia (GP2)

Luca Filippi and Sakon Yamamoto ride the GP2 merry-go-round

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Luca Filippi has lost his ART seat to ex-Formula 1 driver Sakon Yamamoto. In the latest GP2 driver market move Filippi has switched to Arden taking Yelmer Buurman?s place, leaving the Dutchman without a drive. Rumours suggest a falling-out between Filippi and ART, allegedly because the team neglected the Italian while favouring Romain Grosjean, who … Continue reading Luca Filippi and Sakon Yamamoto ride the GP2 merry-go-round

GP2 Spa-Francorchamps feature: Lapierre’s perfect drive

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Nicolas Lapierre cruised to victory in the GP2 race at Spa-Francorchamps in a manner that made you wonder why he hasn’t been doing it all year. In the fight for the championship Lucas di Grassi finished third but title rival Timo Glock was 17th after yet more reliability problems for iSport. Luca Filippi was second … Continue reading GP2 Spa-Francorchamps feature: Lapierre’s perfect drive

GP2 Hungary Feature: Carroll triumphs again

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Adam Carroll underlined the fact that he belongs in single seater racing with his second win since returning to GP2 seven races ago. He triumphed in the sprint race that was interrupted by a frightening crash for Luca Filippi which the Italian fortunately escaped without injury. But championship points leader Timo Glock failed to score … Continue reading GP2 Hungary Feature: Carroll triumphs again

GP2 France spint race: Villa’s maiden win

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Javier Villa became the seventh different GP2 winner in as many races with a cool win in damp conditions at Magny-Cours. Villa took the win after early leader Nicolas Lapierre crashed out – and gave his Racing Engineering team a boost after team mate Ernesto Viso’s frightening crash yesterday.