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Johnny Cecotto Jr.

Johnny Cecotto Jr.

Handed a seat for 2012 at Barwa Addax - which had clinched the team's championship the previous season - should have given the German/Venezuelan driver a chance to truly shine at last in his third full season in GP2.
 
Instead, it appeared that the wheels had somewhat fallen off the Addax operation over the winter, and the only points they scored from either driver during the first eight outings were the two Cecotto won with a lowly ninth place in the second Bahrain feature. Cecotto finally savoured real success with victory in the feature race at Monaco and would win again later in the season at Germany as well as clinching two second-places at Silverstone and Monza, but nine retirements over the year and a disqualification for both the team's cars at Valencia for using the wrong tyres on the cars during their pit stops spoke volumes of Addax's annus horribilis.

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