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GP2 Monaco 2013: Feature race results

24 May 2013

Sam Bird was able to get the most out of his first set of tyres to get the jump on early race leader Mitch Evans during the mandatory round of pit stops, with Bird going on to claim his second win of the 2013 season for Russian Time ahead of Trident's Kevin Ceccon who withstood heavy late-race pressure from Evans to the line.

The race had started behind a safety car after a 40-minute red flag delay following a massive first-corner accident that saw pole sitter Johnny Cecotto Jr. hit the barriers, resulting in over half the field being involved in the ensuring pile-up and nine cars out of the race for the restart.

See full race report.

Feature race results

1. #11 Sam Bird Russian Time 1:36:15.919s (42 laps)
2. #21 Kevin Ceccon Trident Racing + 22.077s
3. #6 Mitch Evans Arden + 23.225s
4. #9 Felipe Nasr Carlin + 23.416s
5. #3 James Calado ART GP + 29.588s
6. #18 Stefano Coletti Rapax + 60.519s
7. #24 Rene Binder Venezuela GP Lazarus + 62.449s
8. #26 Adrian Quaife-Hobbs MP Motorsport + 68.400s
9. #2 Stéphane Richelmi DAMS + 72.107s
10. #27 Daniël de Jong MP Motorsport + 82.410s
11. #12 Tom Dillmann Russian Time + 89.356s
12. #23 Jon Lancaster Hilmer Motorsport + 1 laps
13. #19 Simon Trummer Rapax + 1 laps
14. #16 Jake Rosenzweig Barwa Addax + 1 laps
15. #14 Sergio Canamasas EQ8 Caterham Racing + 2 laps
16. #4 Daniel Abt ART GP + 2 laps

Did not finish

#17 Rio Haryanto Barwa Addax (retired on lap 26)
#22 Robin Frijns Hilmer Motorsport (retired on lap 0)
#20 Nathanaël Berthon Trident Racing (retired on lap 0)
#1 Marcus Ericsson DAMS (retired on lap 0)
#25 Kevin Giovesi Venezuela GP Lazarus (retired on lap 0)
#10 Jolyon Palmer Carlin (retired on lap 0)
#7 Julián Leal Racing Engineering (retired on lap 0)
#5 Johnny Cecotto Jr. Arden (retired on lap 0)
#8 Fabio Leimer Racing Engineering (retired on lap 0)
#15 Alexander Rossi EQ8 Caterham Racing (retired on lap 0)

Fastest lap

#14 Sergio Canamasas EQ8 Caterham Racing 1:22.169 (90.926mph) on lap 29


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