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Race result - Euro 3000: Dijon-Prenois.


1. Alex Lloyd JVA 40 laps 47min 53.396secs
2. Jonny Reid JVA +10.018secs
3. Fabrizio del Monte GP +22.029secs
4. Niki Pastorelli Draco +33.534secs
5. Fausto Ippoliti Draco +51.067secs
6. Bernard Auinger Euronova +67.957secs

7. Jean de Pourtales Fama +1 lap
8. Tor Graves GP +1 lap

Rtd Allam Khodair ADM 21 laps completed
Rtd Norbert Siedler ADM 1 laps completed
Rtd Maxime Hodencq GP 1 laps completed


Fastest lap:

Alex Lloyd JVA 1min 10.540secs lap 3


Related Pictures

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Alex Lloyd - John Village Automotive
Jonny Reid - JVA
Fabrizio del Monte - GP Racing
Euro F3000 champion Davide Rigon tries FMSI`s GP2 car for size under the watchful eye of team boss Paolo Coloni   [pic credit: FMSI/Euro3000]
Euro F3000 champion Davide Rigon tries FMSI`s GP2 car for size ahead of his Paul Ricard test   [pic credit: FMSI/Euro3000]
Tuka Rocha at the wheel of the Minardi Team Euro 3000 entry that will graduate to GP2 with Piquet SPorts in 2007   [pic credit: euroseries3000.com]
Alex Lloyd in action for GP Racing during his F3000 Italia debut at Imola
Alex Lloyd made a last gasp debut in the World Series by Renault at Monaco
Dominik Jackson testing for JVA at Donington Park
Dominik Jackson testing for JVA at Donington Park
Dominik Jackson testing for JVA at Donington Park
Dominik Jackson testing for JVA at Donington Park
Dominik Jackson testing for JVA at Donington Park
Jonny Reid on his way to second place in the penultimate race of the Euro 3000 season
Jean de Pourtales - Scuderia Fama
Mathias Lauda relaxes before the final round of the Euro 3000 series
Alex Lloyd - John Village Automotive
Maxime Hodencq (airborne) and and Mathias Lauda clash during the Nurburgring Euro 3000 finale

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