1. Mathershaw (Ferrari)
2. Graham (Red Bull)
3. Ingram (McLaren)
4. Franklin (Lotus)
5. Kingshark (Red Bull)
6. Coolidge (Williams)
7. Sunderland (Caterham)
8. Haddleton (Force India)
9. Needham (Toro Rosso)
10. Cucamest (Toro Rosso)
11. Butler (Mercedes)
12. d’Hazorme (Caterham)
13. Hofman (HRT)
14. Kirkham (HRT)
Ret. Widger (McLaren)
Ret. Bomeny (Ferrari)
Ret. Morley (Williams)
Ret. Armos (Force India)
Ret. Frog (Marussia)
Lap 45 The rain is coming down really hard now. Treacherous conditions out there.
Lap 46 The top 3 are very close now, but Widger looks the strongest, passing Matershaw into turn 1, and looking like he’s going to get passed Graham too!
Lap 47 Just as we suspected, Widger has taken the lead of the race! He’s noticeably quicker than anyone else on the track…bar possibly his team mate Ingram, who is looking mighty!
Lap 48 Bomeny spins out at the esses! Bad news for the Championship leader!
Lap 49 Ingram goes around the outside of Kingshark just before the esses. Could he catch Franklin as well?
Lap 51 Matershaw drives up the inside of Graham into turn 5! Putting him in second place.
Lap 52 Oh no! Alfie Widger aquaplanes through the final corner, and into the tyre wall! That’s his race over! Strangely enough, Kaz Armos and Nic Morley almost do the same thing immediately. Three out in one corner!
Lap 55 William Ingram, despite a poor qualifying, has taken the final podium spot from Franklin, and pretty much drives off into the distance.
Lap 58 Sunderland has come from nowhere, and is somehow in 7th place! How did that happen!?
Lap 60 Robert Matershaw crosses the line for Ferrari, taking their first victory of the season, and we now have our ninth different winner. This is incredible. Hollis Graham, Will Ingram and Jamie Franklin follow up in 2nd, 3rd and 4th.