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"With the top four drivers in the 2012 championship all seemingly F1-bound in 2013, it seems that the feeder series is well and truly earning its reputation as the fast track into the world of Grand Prix racing for its successful competitors."
'Fast track' if you have the $2 million to buy a top GP2 seat, and then the requisite $6 million or more to get a sniff at an F1 reserve seat. GP2 is not a feeder series, it's a buyers market and the choice cuts aren't there because they are fast, it's because they come with a big fat cheque.
The top drivers not already in F1 are in DTM, where teams can actually pay drivers for their services (not the other way around), and not in any of the pay-per-drive open wheel poser series (GP2, FR3.5, Indy)