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Barcelona: GP3 practice session results

Status GP's Richie Stanaway was fastest in GP3 Friday evening practice at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona ahead of Trident's Roman De Beer.
GP3 practice session results

1. #27 Richie Stanaway Status Grand Prix 1:36.357s 108.066mph (17 laps)
2. #24 Roman De Beer Trident 1:36.686s 107.698mph + 0.329s (15 laps)
3. #12 Luis Sa Silva Carlin 1:36.789s 107.584mph + 0.432s (14 laps)
4. #2 Marvin Kirchhöfer ART Grand Prix 1:36.817s 107.552mph + 0.460s (13 laps)
5. #9 Santiago Urrutia Koiranen GP 1:36.850s 107.516mph + 0.493s (13 laps)
6. #26 Nick Yelloly Status Grand Prix 1:36.886s 107.476mph + 0.529s (18 laps)
7. #10 Alex Lynn Carlin 1:36.950s 107.405mph + 0.593s (14 laps)
8. #3 Dino Zamparelli ART Grand Prix 1:36.987s 107.364mph + 0.630s (15 laps)
9. #1 Alex Fontana ART Grand Prix 1:37.027s 107.319mph + 0.670s (14 laps)
10. #8 Jimmy Eriksson Koiranen GP 1:37.029s 107.318mph + 0.672s (14 laps)
11. #11 Emil Bernstorff Carlin 1:37.066s 107.277mph + 0.709s (15 laps)
12. #21 Matheo Tuscher Jenzer Motorsport 1:37.095s 107.244mph + 0.738s (15 laps)
13. #4 Robert Visoiu Arden International 1:37.169s 107.163mph + 0.812s (15 laps)
14. #22 Adderly Fong Jenzer Motorsport 1:37.403s 106.906mph + 1.046s (15 laps)
15. #20 Pal Varhaug Jenzer Motorsport 1:37.410s 106.898mph + 1.053s (16 laps)
16. #14 Patrick Kujala Marussia Manor Racing 1:37.446s 106.858mph + 1.089s (16 laps)
17. #16 Dean Stoneman Marussia Manor Racing 1:37.528s 106.768mph + 1.171s (14 laps)
18. #23 Victor Carbone Trident 1:37.646s 106.639mph + 1.289s (16 laps)
19. #5 Patric Niederhauser Arden International 1:37.818s 106.452mph + 1.461s (16 laps)
20. #19 Beitske Visser Hilmer Motorsport 1:37.872s 106.393mph + 1.515s (17 laps)
21. #6 Jann Mardenborough Arden International 1:37.886s 106.378mph + 1.529s (18 laps)
22. #28 Alfonso Celis Jr Status Grand Prix 1:37.950s 106.309mph + 1.593s (13 laps)
23. #25 Denis Nagulin Trident 1:38.344s 105.882mph + 1.987s (18 laps)
24. #15 Ryan Cullen Marussia Manor Racing 1:38.406s 105.816mph + 2.049s (16 laps)
25. #17 Ivan Taranov Hilmer Motorsport 1:38.858s 105.332mph + 2.501s (16 laps)
26. #18 Nelson Mason * Hilmer Motorsport 1:39.336s 104.825mph + 2.979s (7 laps)
27. #7 Carmen Jordá Koiranen GP 1:40.239s 103.881mph + 3.882s (13 laps)

Total Laps: 403

#18 given three-place grid penalty after being released from pit box without the tyre valve caps properly fitted.



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Richie Stanaway (NZL, Status Grand Prix) at the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain. (Photo: Malcolm Griffiths/GP2 Series Media Service.)
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