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Asia: Race results (1) - Bahrain

iSport International star Davide Valsecchi clinches the 2010 GP2 Asia Series crown with three races to spare after dominating the opening outing in Bahrain from Qi-Meritus rival Luca Filippi and Arden's Javier Villa
1. Davide Valsecchi iSport 34 laps 1hr 02mins 05.146secs
2. Luca Filippi Qi-Meritus +2.792s
3. Javier Villa Arden +6.067s
4. Giacomo Ricci DPR +6.238s
5. Charles Pic Arden +13.026s
6. Alvaro Parente Coloni +17.777s
7. Sergio Perez Barwa Addax +23.948s
8. Adrian Zaugg Trident +25.479s

9. Oliver Turvey iSport +29.253s
10. Jules Bianchi ART +33.238s
11. Daniel Zampieri Rapax +34.509s
12. Yelmer Buurman ORT +39.513s
13. Sam Bird ART +40.415s
14. Christian Vietoris DAMS +41.750s
15. Edoardo Piscopo DAMS +45.779s
16. Will Bratt Coloni +46.803s
17. Vladimir Arabadzhiev Rapax +48.577s
18. Max Chilton Barwa Addax +1m05.086s
19. Jake Rosenzweig Super Nova +1m06.211s
20. Fabio Leimer ORT +1m23.385s
21. Josef Kral Super Nova +1m53.049s
22. Plamen Kralev Trident +1 lap
23. Michael Herck DPR +2 laps

Rtd Alexander Rossi Qi-Meritus 26 laps completed


Fastest lap:

Javier Villa Arden 1min 47.035s Lap 10



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