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Qualifying times - Hungaroring

1. Lucas di Grassi Racing Engineering 1m 27.867s
2. Vitaly Petrov Addax 1m 27.933s
3. Javier Villa Super Nova 1m 28.023s
4. Davide Valsecchi Durango 1m 28.151s
5. Nico Hulkenberg ART 1m 28.297s
6. Luca Filippi Super Nova 1m 28.379s
7. Pastor Maldonado ART 1m 28.452s
8. Andreas Zuber FMSI 1m 28.465s
9. Davide Rigon Trident 1m 28.534s
10. Roldan Rodriguez Piquet GP 1m 28.536s
11. Alberto Valerio Piquet GP 1m 28.617s
12. Diego Nunes iSport 1m 28.632s
13. Dani Clos Racing Engineering 1m 28.670s
14. Alvaro Parente Ocean 1m 28.799s
15. Sergio Perez Arden 1m 28.897s
16. Giedo van der Garde iSport 1m 28.923s
17. Luiz Razia FMSI 1m 28.974s
18. Edoardo Mortara Arden 1m 29.058s
19. Michael Herck DPR 1m 29.222s
20. Karun Chandhok Ocean 1m 29.250s
21. Kamui Kobayashi DAMS 1m 29.256s
22. Nelson Panciatici Durango 1m 29.387s
23. Jérôme d'Ambrosio DAMS 1m 29.731s
24. Ricardo Teixiera Trident 1m 30.550s
25. Franck Perera DPR 1m 37.519s
26. Romain Grosjean Addax 1m 46.315s



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stephen - Unregistered

July 24, 2009 8:57 PM

Grosjean had a crash in qualifying with Franck Perera and just made it round. That's the reason he was seemingly so slow once again a japanese gp2 asia champion fails to make the grade

JJ - Unregistered

July 24, 2009 7:01 PM

Once again a Dutch driver fails to make the grade... Impressive job by DiGrassi though, the car wasn't the quickest at the start of the year, but he seems to have what it takes not only to be fast, but also make the car fast. That Grosjean must be kind of a bad driver. He's 20s off the pace :D...Maybe they should replace him with Piquet and finally put DiGrassi in the Renault.



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