Day 2 afternoon: Guess who?

Pastor Maldonado was once again fastest in the afternoon at Barcelona today, though the fastest time of the day was set by Jerome D’Ambrosio in the morning session.

A session in which the ART team focused on pitstops and starts, posting among the slowest times of the day.

Times from the afternoon:

 1. Pastor Maldonado       Rapax                  1:27.539    24
 2. Jerome d'Ambrosio      DAMS                   1:27.586    24
 3. Fabio Leimer           Ocean                  1:27.628    14
 4. Sergio Perez           Barwa Addax            1:27.697    21
 5. Christian Vietoris     Racing Engineering     1:27.747    26
 6. Luiz Razia             Rapax                  1:28.034    24
 7. Davide Valsecchi       iSport                 1:28.054    23
 8. Charles Pic            Arden                  1:28.068    26
 9. Dani Clos              Racing Engineering     1:28.104    29
10. Oliver Turvey          iSport                 1:28.124    24
11. Josef Kral             Super Nova             1:28.465    16
12. Michael Herck          DPR                    1:28.466    28
13. Giacomo Ricci          DPR                    1:28.532     6
14. Rodolfo Gonzalez       Arden                  1:28.586    25
15. Alberto Valerio        Coloni                 1:28.589    13
16. Adrian Zaugg           Trident                1:28.783    23
17. Johnny Cecotto         Trident                1:29.003    23
18. Giedo van der Garde    Barwa Addax            1:29.035    18
19. Ho-Pin Tung            DAMS                   1:29.422    28
20  Max Chilton            Ocean                  1:29.501    17
21. Sam Bird               ART                    1:29.590    33
22. Marcus Ericsson        Super Nova             1;29.770     3
23. Vladimir Arabadzhiev   Coloni                 1:30.011    12
24. Jules Bianchi          ART                    1:30.279    22

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3 Responses to Day 2 afternoon: Guess who?

  1. David says:

    Can I ask, what has happened to the fortunes of Luca Filippi and Javier Villa? Not at the tests and seemingly to miss out on drives, why?

  2. gp2 insider says:

    Budget, my friend… Arden was waiting for Villa but the money never came. They have now had to settle for rookie Rodolfo Gonzalez, who does not yet have the full budget and will surely not be as competitive as Javi Villa would have been. Filippi.. maybe still a chance in Trident for him?

    • David says:

      I doubt it, Zaugg seems pretty certain at Trident. It’s crazy though, Villa 4th in last GP2 Asia series and Filippi was 2nd!

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