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Chengdu A1GP sprint race highlights.

After the disappointment of Zandvoort, Adam Carroll bounced back to take a first win of the season for A1 Team Ireland at Chengdu.

Carroll dominated the race from start-to-finish to make Ireland the third different winner in as many races since the introduction of the new Powered by Ferrari car.

This highlights package looks back at the Chengdu feature race, although unfortunately there is no commentary.



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