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Hungary GP3 2014

Race 1


  1. Stanaway

  2. Lynn

  3. Yelloly

  4. Visoiu

  5. Zamparelli

  6. Bernstorff

  7. Niederhauser

  8. Fontana

  9. Kujala

  10. Eriksson

  11. Mardenborough

  12. Gilbert

  13. Urrutia

  14. Kirchhofer [penalty]

  15. Sa Silva [Penalty]

  16. Stoneman

  17. De Beer

  18. Agostini

  19. Mason

  20. Balthasar

  21. Celis Jr

  22. Hoher

  23. Cullen

  24. Jorda

  25. Varhaug [Penalty]

  26. Tuscher [Pits]

Lynn gets a terrible start as Visoiu is looking racy and is after 1st off Stanaway.

Urrutia has possibly passed his team mate, Eriksson, but Will Buxton has no idea what's happening.

Replays show that all three of the Arden cars (Visoiu, Niederhauser and Mardenborough) all get brilliant starts.

Eriksson is down to 11th, it seems his championship challenge is slipping away as he's not scored well in a few races now.

De Beer and Sa Silva have a little tussle and although Sa Silva initially comes out on top De Beer takes back his spot with style.

Cullen is shunted off track at turn 13 by a mystery driver, not cool.

Visoiu is having one lap on and one lap off, Stanaway is unable to stretch the gap beyond 0.6 seconds. This is an incredibly interesting battle.

Lynn is pressuring Yelloly for the final podium position.

The rest of the top 8 have nice gaps between them. The race has pretty much settled down.

Cullen and Tuscher under investigation – Forcing a driver off track.

Kujala is overtaken by Kirchhofer which gets him up to P12.

Balthasar retires from the race. I don't know why though.

Bernstorff is catching Niederhauser, with only 5 laps left I'm hoping this means a bit of action.

Visoiu and Stanaway are now having an incredible dice for the lead. Stanaway gets lucky and keeps the lead. Visoiu can sense blood.

2 laps remaining and Visoiu is still trying to get past Stanaway again. He has a moment and goes off track and loses 2nd.

Lynn is all over the back of Visoiu who has a lot of dirt on his tyres and is causing a bit of a traffic jam.

Niederhauser and Mardenborough lose out as Bernstorff slips through. They spend the final lap battling each other.

Urrutia stops on the start/finish straight as an issue ruins his hard work for the day.

Stanaway wins, Yelloly 2nd, Visoiu 3rd.


  1. Stanaway

  2. Yelloly

  3. Visoiu

  4. Lynn

  5. Bernstorff

  6. Niederhauser

  7. Mardenborough

  8. Zamparelli

  9. Stoneman

  10. Eriksson

  11. Kirchhofer

  12. Urrutia

  13. Kujala

  14. Fontana

  15. De Beer

  16. Celis Jr

  17. Sa Silva

  18. Agostini

  19. Mason

  20. Gilbert

  21. Varhaug

  22. Tuscher

  23. Hoher

  24. Cullen

  25. Jorda




Race 2


  1. Zamparelli

  2. Mardenborough

  3. Niederhauser

  4. Bernstorff

  5. Lynn

  6. Visoiu

  7. Yelloly

  8. Stanaway

  9. Stoneman

  10. Eriksson

  11. Kirchhofer

  12. Urrutia

  13. Kujala

  14. Fontana

  15. De Beer

  16. Celis Jr

  17. Sa Silva

  18. Agostini

  19. Mason

  20. Gilbert

  21. Varhaug

  22. Tuscher

  23. Hoher

  24. Cullen

  25. Jorda

  26. Balthasar

Zamparelli is on pole for this one and is being massively bigged up for the win by Will Buxton. The commentator's curse strikes early and the Brit has an awful start. Niederhauser leads.

There was a staller near the back though I'm not sure who it was though. Replays show it was Celis Jr.

There are a few good little first lap battles going on; Bernstorff and Stanaway, Visoiu and Lynn are the two going on upfront though.

Stanaway launches up the inside of Stoneman at turn 1. It was a completely unexpected manoeuvre and Bernstorff is eager to follow.

Urrutia has a spin at turn 5; flames peeking out of the back end. He's out of the race and there are yellows at that spot while his car is taken to safety.

Mardenborough, Lynn and Visoiu are all close together, there's a possible fight for the final podium position brewing there.

Sa Silva and Agostini are having a fight over 18th. No points on offer but I find Agostini to be an exciting driver and it's unusual to see him so far down the grid.

Lynn is coming under increasing pressure from Visoiu.

Fontana is trying to get past De Beer, his weekend was ruined by a red flag in qualifying.

Mardenborough's rear tyres are in a bad way and Lynn is getting ready to overtake.

Stoneman's tyres are completely dead and Berstorff is desperate to find a way through. Pn the final lap Stoneman is fighting his tyres and Kirchhofer as Bernstorff is through at turn 2.

Niederhauser wins, Zamparelli 2nd and Mardenborough is 3rd.


  1. Niederhauser

  2. Zamparelli

  3. Mardenborough

  4. Lynn

  5. Visoiu

  6. Stanaway

  7. Bernstorff

  8. Stoneman

  9. Kirchhofer

  10. Kujala

  11. Yelloly

  12. De Beer

  13. Fontana

  14. Varhaug

  15. Tuscher

  16. Eriksson

  17. Balthasar

  18. Sa Silva

  19. Agostini

  20. Mason

  21. Cullen

  22. Celis Jr

  23. Hoher

  24. Gilbert

  25. Jorda



Note from me

Again I'm sorry this is so delayed. GP2 reports will be written in the next couple of days.


Char :)


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