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Qualifying times - Monza.

1. Giorgio Pantano Racing Engineering 1m 31.220s
2. Lucas di Grassi Campos 1m 31.239s
3. Sébastien Buemi Arden 1m 31.330s
4. Luca Filippi Arden 1m 31.440s
5. Vitaly Petrov Campos 1m 31.527s
6. Pastor Maldonado Piquet 1m 31.546s
7. Andreas Zuber Piquet 1m 31.663s
8. Roldan Rodriguez FMSI 1m 31.708s
9. Javier Villa Racing Engineering 1m 31.797s
10. Karun Chandhok iSport 1m 31.810s
11. Romain Grosjean ART 1m 31.949s
12. Bruno Senna iSport 1m 31.964s
13. Davide Valsecchi Durango 1m 32.090s
14. Sakon Yamamoto ART 1m 32.092s
15. Andy Soucek Super Nova 1m 32.165s
16. Mike Conway Trident 1m 32.229s
17. Diego Nunes DPR 1m 32.236s
18. Kamui Kobayashi DAMS 1m 32.361s
19. Jérôme d'Ambrosio DAMS 1m 32.503s
20. Alberto Valerio Durango 1m 32.550s
21. Alvaro Parente Super Nova 1m 32.604s
22. Marko Asmer FMSI 1m 32.808s
23. Ho-Pin Tung Trident 1m 32.817s
24. Michael Herck DPR 1m 33.021s
25. Carlos Iaconelli BCN 1m 33.264s


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2015 GP2 Series Round 6. Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. Sunday 26 July 2015. Nobuharu Matsushita (JPN, ART Grand Prix) Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP2 Media Service
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2015 GP3 Series Round 4. Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. Sunday 26 July 2015. Kevin Ceccon (ITA, Arden International) celebrates on the podium. Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Media Service
2015 GP3 Series Round 4. Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. Sunday 26 July 2015. Kevin Ceccon (ITA, Arden International) celebrates in parc ferme. Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Media Service
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Gaz - Unregistered

September 12, 2008 5:02 PM

Georgio''s title now for sure. Bad luck Bruno, looks like the drive through penalty at Spa and that fekking dog in Turkey have lost you the championship. Well done FIA!



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