GP2 » Valsecchi wins, puts one hand on the title

Davide Valsecchi's win in the Monza sprint race means the Italian driver has pulled out a convincing lead in the GP2 championship fight going into the final round in Singapore.

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September 11, 2012 3:44 PM

@ Dylan

Wow, now there's a rant based on pure speculation. Forgive me, but may I ask why you think drivers were approached to specifically take out Razia and risk life and limb to hand Valsecchi the title, and why you think those drivers would agree?
I thought GP2 was a all about great racing provided by young, up and coming talent? I didn't realise I was watching a conspiracy every weekend.

Kiko - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 2:46 PM

Personally I think Razia has been more impressive this season.

If you took out 2 of the Bahrain races then Valsecchi would be behind in the title race - 3 wins and a 3rd place in 4 races?

You just need to look at GP2 history to see that there haven't been many drivers win both the Sprint and Feature on one weekend, but at Bahrain Valsecchi nearly managed it TWICE?

Dylan - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 2:59 AM

Who didn't see this coming?! I was saying since Spa something strange was going to stop Razia from becoming the champion. Razia was taken out in Spa and nothing happened GP2 Series didn't even bother to show the replay of championship leader been thrown into the wall. Same thing happened at Monza where Razia was penalized for being hit wtf! Clearly "they" don't want to see Razia as 2012 champion and are trying everything to give the title to Valsechi. Seems like "they" had it their way! Clearly some drivers were approached and asked to not let Razia overtake them if he tried to made sure to hit him!

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