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Baguette wins again at Le Mans

Molina and Alguersuari completed the podium for USR and Carlin, the latter Spaniard claiming his maiden podium at World Series level a week before he is expected to make a step up to Formula 1 with the Scuderia Toro Rosso team.

Fairuz Fauzy completed a strong weekend by snatching fourth position off Lancaster in the closing stages, although the Briton's effort in fifth does mark Comtec Racing's best result of the season.

GP2 race winner Edoardo Mortara produced a fine drive on his World Series debut for the Tech 1 Racing team to finish in sixth position, ahead of Marco Barba in the second Draco machine, while Pasquale di Sabatino, Walker and a delayed Oliver Turvey completed the points positions.



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Bertrand Baguette and Marco Barba in tandem for Draco at Monaco   [pic credit: Renault Sport]
Bertrand Baguette - Draco Racing [pic credit: Renault Media]
Bertrand Baguette - Draco Racing [pic credit: Renault  Sport]
Bertrand Baguette - Draco Racing [pic credit: Renault Sport]
Bertrand Baguette - Draco Racing   [pic credit: Renault Sport]
Bertrand Baguette - Draco Racing [pic credit: Renault Media]
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Luca Ghiotto - Draco [pic credit: Renault Sport Media]
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Nico Muller - Draco [Pic credit: Renault Sport]
Nico Muller - Draco [Pic credit: Renault Sport]
Jazeman Jaafar - Carlin [Pic credit: Renault Sport]
Carlos Huertas - Carlin [Pic credit: Renault Sport]
Mikhail Aleshin (Carlin) en route to Aragon victory   [pic credit: Renault Sport]
Nathanael Berthon has signed for WSbR champions Draco ahead of the 2010 campaign   [pic credit: Renault Sport]
Oliver Turvey - Carlin Motorsport [pic credit: Renault Sport]

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