2009 Hungaroring GP2 Series round

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Hungary    2009 Hungarian GP2 round
Round details
Round 6 of 10 rounds in the
2009 GP2 Series season
Hungaroring
Hungaroring
Location Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary
Course Permanent racing facility
4.38 km (2.72 mi)
Feature race
Date 25 July 2009
Laps 42
Pole position
Driver Brazil Lucas di Grassi F. B. Racing Engineering
Time 1:27.867
Podium
First Germany Nico Hülkenberg ART Grand Prix
Second Brazil Lucas di Grassi F. B. Racing Engineering
Third Spain Javier Villa Super Nova Racing
Fastest lap
Driver Germany Nico Hülkenberg ART Grand Prix
Time 1:30.531 (on lap 40)
Sprint race
Date 26 July 2009
Laps 28
Podium
First Netherlands Giedo van der Garde iSport International
Second Italy Luca Filippi Super Nova Racing
Third Brazil Lucas di Grassi F. B. Racing Engineering
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Luca Filippi Super Nova Racing
Time 1:29.788 (on lap 3)

The 2009 Hungarian GP2 round was the sixth round of the 2009 GP2 Series season. It was held on July 25 and July 26, 2009 at Hungaroring at Budapest, Hungary. The race was used as a support race to the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix.

Lucas di Grassi got his first ever pole position in GP2, despite being in the series for three years. Nico Hülkenberg won the first race, the German's third win in succession. Giedo van der Garde got the first points for iSport International since Spain with seventh, and followed that up with victory in the sprint race, his first victory in GP2.

Hülkenberg left Hungary with 57 points, still in the lead of the championship. ART Grand Prix and Barwa Addax Team were separated by 2 points in the teams championship.


Standings after the round[edit]

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

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2009 German GP2 round
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2008 Hungarian GP2 round
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