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Marcus Ericsson dominated his rivals with a mature display of speed and guile on Saturday to win an eventful Feature Race 11.5 seconds ahead of James Calado and Davide Valsecchi. On Sunday, Josef Kral claimed his maiden GP2 victory with a storming start and mature drive, winning by five seconds from Felipe Nasr, who stole second from James Calado at the final corner.


The result means that it is all even at the top of the title standings, with Razia and Valsecchi both on 204 points, ahead of Calado on 160 and Gutiérrez on 150, with van der Garde on 141 points and Chilton on 124, while Lotus GP tops the team’s title race on 310 points from DAMS on 289 and Arden International with 208 points as they all look towards the Monza event in just one week’s time.

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