2010 Macau Grand Prix

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Race details
Guia Circuit en.svg
Date November 21, 2010
Official name 57th Macau Grand Prix
Location Guia Circuit, Macau
Course Temporary street circuit
6.120 km (3.803 mi)
Distance Qualifying Race
10 laps, 61.200 km (38.028 mi)
Main Race
15 laps, 91.800 km (57.042 mi)
Weather Qualifying Race: Sunny; air 23 °C (73 °F), track 35 °C (95 °F)[1]
Main Race: Sunny; air 24 °C (75 °F), track 29 °C (84 °F)[2]
Qualifying Race
Pole
Driver Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature
Time 2:11.165
Fastest Lap
Driver Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature
Time 2:11.934 (on lap 4)
Podium
First Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature
Second Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature
Third Germany Daniel Abt Signature
Main Race
Pole
Driver Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature
Fastest Lap
Driver Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature
Time 2:11.480 (on lap 11)
Podium
First Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature
Second Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature
Third Finland Valtteri Bottas Prema Powerteam

The 2010 Macau Grand Prix Formula Three was the 57th Macau Grand Prix race to be held on the streets of Macau. It was held on 21 November 2010, and was the 28th edition for Formula Three cars. The race was supported by the 2010 Guia Race of Macau, the final round of the World Touring Car Championship season.

Having already claimed pole position and the qualifying race, Signature driver Edoardo Mortara became the first driver to win back-to-back Formula Three Grands Prix, finishing ahead of team-mate Laurens Vanthoor, with Valtteri Bottas third for Prema Powerteam.[3]

Entry list[edit]

  • All drivers competed in Dallara F308 chassis.
2010 Entry List[4]
Team No Driver Engine Main series
France Signature 1 Italy Edoardo Mortara Volkswagen Formula 3 Euro Series
2 Germany Marco Wittmann
3 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor
4 Germany Daniel Abt German Formula Three
United Kingdom Carlin 5 France Jean-Éric Vergne Volkswagen British Formula Three
6 United Kingdom James Calado
7 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar
8 Portugal António Félix da Costa Formula 3 Euro Series
Japan TOM'S 9 Japan Yuji Kunimoto Toyota-TOM'S All-Japan Formula Three
10 Brazil Rafael Suzuki
United Kingdom Räikkönen Robertson Racing 11 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Mercedes HWA Formula 3 Euro Series
12 Brazil Felipe Nasr British Formula Three
13 Macau Michael Ho European F3 Open
14 Indonesia Rio Haryanto GP3 Series
Italy Prema Powerteam 15 Spain Daniel Juncadella Mercedes HWA Formula 3 Euro Series
16 Spain Roberto Merhi
28 Finland Valtteri Bottas[5]
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsport 17 United Kingdom Oliver Webb Mercedes HWA British Formula Three
18 United Kingdom William Buller
19 Brazil Lucas Foresti
Japan Toda Racing/KCMG 20 Switzerland Alexandre Imperatori Honda-Toda All-Japan Formula Three
Japan ThreeBond Racing 21 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi Nissan All-Japan Formula Three
Japan Hanashima Racing 22 Japan Hideki Yamauchi Toyota All-Japan Formula Three
United Kingdom Hitech Racing 23 Colombia Carlos Huertas Volkswagen British Formula Three
24 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Formula 3 Euro Series
Germany Motopark Academy 26 Netherlands Renger van der Zande Volkswagen GP3 Series
27 Japan Kimiya Sato All-Japan Formula Three
United Kingdom Sino Vision Racing 29 Hong Kong Adderly Fong Mercedes HWA British Formula Three
United Kingdom CF Racing/Manor Motorsport 30 United Kingdom Hywel Lloyd Mercedes HWA British Formula Three
Sweden Performance Racing 32 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Volkswagen German Formula Three

Report[edit]

Practice and qualifying[edit]

Valtteri Bottas set the fastest time in the first half-hour free practice session that was held prior to the first qualifying session, but he and defending race-winner Edoardo Mortara were split by just 0.01 seconds.[6] Mortara's team-mate Laurens Vanthoor completed the session in third place, marginally faster than Bottas' team-mate Roberto Merhi, with Carlos Huertas completing the top five, just over a second off the pace.[6] Renger van der Zande rounded out the top six, in a crash-filled session with four drivers – Daniel Abt, Felix Rosenqvist, Rio Haryanto and Kimiya Sato – hitting the wall, with William Buller and Michael Ho also having excursions down escape roads.[6]

"It feels really good. Every time in the past I have missed pole position and now we have finally done it. But I feel pretty lucky compared to Valtteri because he was slightly faster than me, and it was a big, big challenge. I was pushing with all I've got and struggling quite a lot with the car, especially in the mountain section. That is normally where we're pretty fast compared to the others, but this time we are struggling a little bit. I think we just need to set up the car a little bit better. But I'm really happy for everybody, Volkswagen, and the Signature team. They gave me a really good car here and I'm able to show what I'm capable of at this track. In F3 and in all other races there have been many crashes. I think the condition of the track is really slippery so it's very easy to make mistakes. To be on the edge and to drive at the limit in these conditions is really tricky. You just put a wheel outside of the good line and you're off. I knew there were so many red flags, which means you need to perform well in the first lap you've got that's free. We're lucky we have the #1 on the car, so we can start first, pull away from the others and not have to worry about their cars."

Edoardo Mortara, after taking pole position, and his chances of becoming the first repeat winner of the race under Formula Three regulations.[7]

The first qualifying session saw Mortara on top, reversing the result from the practice session as Bottas wound up second. Mortara only secured the top spot, after a late crash by Carlin's Jazeman Jaafar at Fishermen's Bend, which stopped the other drivers from improving their times.[8] Marco Wittmann was top rookie as he ended up third ahead of Vanthoor and Huertas. Van der Zande finished the session in sixth place ahead of rookies Felipe Nasr and James Calado with Alexandre Imperatori and Abt rounding out the top ten.[8] Fortec Motorsport and Carlin provisionally filled the next two rows with Oliver Webb getting the better of one of his rivals from the British Formula Three season, Jean-Éric Vergne, with Buller and António Félix da Costa filling row seven. Japanese trio Yuhi Sekiguchi, Hideki Yamauchi and Yuji Kunimoto were next up ahead of Formula 3 Euro Series runners Alexander Sims and Merhi.[8] Jaafar ended the session in 20th after his late incident, ahead of Haryanto, Lucas Foresti, Hywel Lloyd, Sato, Rosenqvist, Rafael Suzuki, Adderly Fong, Daniel Juncadella – who also crashed at Fishermen's – and Ho.[8] Carlos Muñoz had set the 26th-fastest time but was excluded from the session for missing the weighbridge.[9] Muñoz was also among eight drivers to receive a five-place grid penalty for the qualification race by ignoring yellow flags, as well as Calado, Sekiguchi, Buller, Foresti, Webb, Yamauchi and Huertas.[9]

In second practice, which had been reduced to a half-hour session from 45 minutes,[10] Bottas and Mortara fought for the top spot again, with Bottas coming out on top by six tenths of a second with his final lap of the session. Wittmann, Huertas and Merhi filled out the rest of the top five, the only other drivers to be within two seconds of the pace set by Bottas.[10] Setting the theme of a crash-filled day on the streets of Macau, Calado and Buller crashed at Fishermen's, Muñoz at Police, while Haryanto brought out a red flag for crashing at the tricky final corner, R Bend.[10] Delays caused after the session in support races and in the WTCC qualifying session meant that the second qualifying session scheduled for Friday afternoon was moved to Saturday morning.[11]

"That session was a mess in the beginning with the red flags. I really didn't get any laps in and then, after I was going for a good lap, in one corner I touched a wall slightly and got a puncture. At the next corner I ran wide, hit the wall and broke the car a little bit. I came in and the steering was not straight, but I still managed to set a time like this. It would be nice to be on pole position, but everything is still open with the race today. Like we saw last year, Edoardo was not on pole position but he won the race on Sunday. We have a good car and I'm confident that we are going to be fight for the win. Everything is still open and anything can happen."

Valtteri Bottas finished second in both qualifying sessions, despite damaging his Dallara early on Saturday.[12]

When second qualifying finally did take place, Mortara set the pace again before the first of two red flags for Fong hitting the wall at the Solitude Esses.[13] Mortara's team-mate Vanthoor then usurped his time before the second red flag for Kunimoto hitting the wall, again at Solitude.[13] With eight minutes remaining in the session, Mortara then returned to the top of the standings, having improved on his Thursday time by nearly two seconds.[13] Signature had a 1-2-3-4 clean sweep until the last lap of the session when Bottas found a clear run to vault his way back into second. Vanthoor and Abt moved ahead of Wittmann with Merhi moving up to sixth. After Huertas' penalty, Rosenqvist, van der Zande, Juncadella, Vergne and Félix da Costa all moved up on the grid. Sims was also penalised ten places on the grid for an engine change dropping him to 20th on the grid. The rest of the grid lined up as Jaafar, Lloyd, Nasr, Imperatori, Suzuki, Calado, Webb, Sims and Muñoz (after penalties), Haryanto, Foresti, Kunimoto, Sato, Ho, Sekiguchi, Buller, Yamauchi and Fong. As well as the red flag-causing incidents, Vergne, Buller, Webb and Félix da Costa also hit the barriers.[13]

Qualification Race[edit]

At the start, Mortara and Bottas made similar starts but behind them, Abt made the best start and went three-wide with Mortara and Bottas on the run to the Mandarin and took the lead on the exit. Mortara regained the tow behind his team-mate and reclaimed the lead into Lisboa. Behind the leaders, Nasr ran wide and almost hit the wall on the outside of the bend but Calado lost rear grip on his car and spun into the barriers.[14] As he came back across the circuit, Sims spun to avoid him and also hit the barriers, but on the inside. Further down the road, Webb ran into the barriers at Lisboa and became the race's third retirement. Despite extensive debris, the race continued under green flag conditions.

"I think it is going to be pretty intense. Edoardo is favourite as he won last year – so I need to beat him and I want to win. I will do my best and give it all I have got to see where we end up. Macau is always a very tricky race, and lots can happen with safety cars and crashes. So we will see what happens. I will do my best and see where we finish. It was a pretty exciting race. My start was not too bad but I was blocked behind Wittmann and I couldn't go anywhere at the first corner. I had an interesting battle with my team-mate Dan, which was quite fun. After I got past I tried to push for some laps to make a gap, but then I took it safe until the end because for the qualification race it is important to finish. I was feeling good. I wasn't really pushing hard – so it's all good for tomorrow."

Laurens Vanthoor set fastest lap of the race en route to second place, and his thoughts about winning the main race.[15]

With Abt, Bottas and Vanthoor battling over second place, Mortara extended a margin out front of over two seconds after the first lap. Abt defended second place on lap two, but on the run to Lisboa on lap three, Vanthoor, having passed Bottas the previous lap drafted past his team-mate and into second place.[14] Lloyd departed the race on lap two, becoming the fourth of the five British drivers to retire from the race.[16] Bottas' team-mate Merhi soon caught up to the pack and moved ahead of the Zandvoort Masters winner and into fourth place. With three laps to go, Merhi moved into third ahead of Abt but soon developed a problem, which saw him outbraked by both Abt and Bottas at Lisboa on lap nine, and later fell down the order to an eventual 22nd place classification.[17] On the same lap as Merhi moved into third, Imperatori also exited the race at Lisboa and became the final retirement of the race.[16]

Mortara's pace dropped towards the end but he was still over two seconds clear of Vanthoor at the race's conclusion.[14] Abt completed the podium, giving Signature a clean sweep. Bottas finished fourth ahead of Wittmann, van der Zande, Vergne, Huertas, Félix da Costa and Juncadella.[18] Outside the top ten, Rosenqvist finished eleventh ahead of Nasr, Jaafar, Haryanto, Foresti, Muñoz, Kunimoto, Suzuki, Buller, Sekiguchi, Yamauchi, Merhi, Fong, Ho and Sato rounded out the 25 classified finishers.[18]

Main Race[edit]

At the start, the Signature cars of Mortara, Vanthoor and Abt all made decent getaways while chaos ensued in the midfield. Muñoz ran into the back of the stalled Haryanto, and both those drivers were out on the spot. Muñoz's crabbed Dallara also took out two further Räikkönen Robertson Racing cars as Sims, starting last after his crash at the Mandarin on Saturday, rammed into the back of Ho and both drivers were out as they could not separate themselves.[3] Sato also picked up damage and pitted at the end of the lap. Mortara held the lead into Lisboa ahead of Abt, Vanthoor, Bottas, Wittmann and van der Zande. Vergne and Juncadella also battled over eighth position at the corner, with Juncadella ending up in the barrier after running wide. Unsurprisingly, the safety car was deployed to clean the circuit, but the debris was quickly removed and by the end of the next lap, the safety car pulled in.

"It's a great feeling and a great honour for me to be in the history books. We don't have to forget that every year, it's a tough competition. This year it was a big fight too. I had a tough challenge today, and the previous days, from Valtteri [Bottas] and Laurens. We were pushing really hard and I was really pushing hard. It was really tough for me. I have pretty big experience here, and on the straight if you don't have a big, big gap with the people who are behind you, there's a strong chance they are going to get past you. I thought I had done enough but unfortunately that wasn't the case and they just overtook me at the end of the straight. It was the same for Laurens. He was in front, he did a great restart at the beginning and then he was also in that position and I could overtake him. Then it was a matter really to push as hard as you can, even more than in qualifying, to build a gap so it is more difficult for the people who are following you. That is what I did today. I pushed and in every corner I almost touched the walls – but I managed it."

Edoardo Mortara, after becoming the first driver in 30 years – and the first driver in the Formula Three era – to win consecutive Grands Prix in Macau.[19]

Racing resumed with Mortara making a sluggish restart allowing both Abt and Vanthoor to attack for the lead down to Lisboa, running three-wide at one point. Abt made the best move to the inside and took the lead of the race.[3] Ultimately, it was to be a short run out front for Abt, as later on the lap, he hit the barriers at the Solitude Esses and was lucky not to be collected by Vanthoor,[20] or any other drivers as his car skated along the wall on the tight, upper portion of the circuit. The safety car was called upon with Vanthoor now out front with Mortara, Bottas, Wittmann and Félix da Costa, who had passed van der Zande before the safety car was redeployed early on lap four. The safety car pitted at the end of lap six after a period to clear Abt's car from the track.[3]

Mortara's pace picked up and he made short work of Vanthoor, taking the lead at Lisboa, and would not be headed again as he became the first driver to win consecutive Formula Three Macau Grands Prix. Vanthoor held second to the end, holding off increasing pressure from Bottas, but due to a lack of straight-line speed down to his less-powerful Mercedes engine, Bottas could not stay with Vanthoor and thus negated a chance to pass. Wittmann ran a lonely race to fourth ahead of van der Zande, who repassed Félix da Costa on lap eleven. Vergne was seventh ahead of Merhi, who avoided the start-line shunt to move up from 22nd to eighth, with the top ten rounded out by Rosenqvist and Huertas.[21] Outside the top ten, Nasr finished eleventh ahead of Imperatori, who also moved up fourteen from his start position, Yamauchi was 13th ahead of Jaafar, Buller, Kunimoto, Suzuki, Webb, Calado, Sekiguchi, Fong, Foresti, Lloyd and Sato rounded out the 24 classified finishers.[21]

Classification[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

  • Qualifying was split into two sessions, both of which being 45 minutes. One session was held on November 18 and another was held on November 20,[11] with the best times of each driver counting towards the grid for the qualifying race.
Pos No Driver Team Q1 Time Rank Q2 Time Rank Gap Grid
1 1 Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature 2:13.068 1 2:11.165 1 1
2 28 Finland Valtteri Bottas Prema Powerteam 2:13.181 2 2:11.383 2 + 0.218 2
3 3 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature 2:13.925 4 2:11.594 3 + 0.429 3
4 4 Germany Daniel Abt Signature 2:14.512 10 2:11.919 4 + 0.754 4
5 2 Germany Marco Wittmann Signature 2:13.593 3 2:11.937 5 + 0.772 5
6 16 Spain Roberto Merhi Prema Powerteam 2:15.505 19 2:12.063 6 + 0.898 6
7 23 Colombia Carlos Huertas Hitech Racing 2:14.043 5 2:12.543 7 + 1.378 121
8 32 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Performance Racing 2:16.889 25 2:12.664 8 + 1.499 7
9 26 Netherlands Renger van der Zande Motopark Academy 2:14.062 6 2:12.682 9 + 1.517 8
10 15 Spain Daniel Juncadella Prema Powerteam 2:20.892 28 2:12.861 10 + 1.696 9
11 5 France Jean-Éric Vergne Carlin 2:14.751 12 2:13.042 11 + 1.877 10
12 11 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Räikkönen Robertson Racing 2:15.350 18 2:13.261 12 + 2.096 202
13 8 Portugal António Félix da Costa Carlin 2:15.019 14 2:13.511 13 + 2.346 11
14 7 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar Carlin 2:16.124 20 2:13.520 14 + 2.355 13
15 30 United Kingdom Hywel Lloyd CF Racing/Manor Motorsport 2:16.695 23 2:13.536 15 + 2.371 14
16 12 Brazil Felipe Nasr Räikkönen Robertson Racing 2:14.217 7 2:13.576 16 + 2.411 15
17 6 United Kingdom James Calado Carlin 2:14.266 8 2:13.609 17 + 2.444 181
18 17 United Kingdom Oliver Webb Fortec Motorsport 2:14.666 11 2:13.651 18 + 2.486 191
19 20 Switzerland Alexandre Imperatori Toda Racing/KCMG 2:14.315 9 2:13.752 19 + 2.587 16
20 24 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Hitech Racing no time3 30 2:14.660 20 + 3.495 211
21 10 Brazil Rafael Suzuki TOM'S 2:18.459 26 2:14.733 21 + 3.568 17
22 19 Brazil Lucas Foresti Fortec Motorsport 2:16.358 22 2:14.743 22 + 3.578 231
23 21 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi ThreeBond Racing 2:15.128 15 2:14.826 23 + 3.661 271
24 18 United Kingdom William Buller Fortec Motorsport 2:14.855 13 2:20.368 29 + 3.690 281
25 14 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Räikkönen Robertson Racing 2:16.139 21 2:14.860 24 + 3.695 22
26 22 Japan Hideki Yamauchi Hanashima Racing 2:15.209 16 2:18.456 27 + 4.044 291
27 9 Japan Yuji Kunimoto TOM'S 2:15.338 17 2:18.473 28 + 4.173 24
28 27 Japan Kimiya Sato Motopark Academy 2:16.884 24 2:15.671 25 + 4.506 25
29 13 Macau Michael Ho Räikkönen Robertson Racing 2:22.672 29 2:16.314 26 + 5.149 26
30 29 Hong Kong Adderly Fong Sino Vision Racing 2:18.942 27 13:45.579 30 + 7.777 30
110% qualifying time: 2:24.281[22]
Bold time indicates the faster of the two times that determined the grid order.
1.^ – Eight drivers were given five-place grid penalties for the qualification race, for breaching yellow flag regulations.[9]
2.^ – Sims was penalised ten places for an engine change.
3.^ – Muñoz's times from the first session were annulled for ignoring the weighbridge during the session.[9]

Qualification Race[edit]

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 1 Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature 10 22:14.842 1
2 3 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature 10 + 2.342 3
3 4 Germany Daniel Abt Signature 10 + 9.414 4
4 28 Finland Valtteri Bottas Prema Powerteam 10 + 9.647 2
5 2 Germany Marco Wittmann Signature 10 + 18.766 5
6 26 Netherlands Renger van der Zande Motopark Academy 10 + 20.001 8
7 5 France Jean-Éric Vergne Carlin 10 + 20.709 10
8 23 Colombia Carlos Huertas Hitech Racing 10 + 21.312 12
9 8 Portugal António Félix da Costa Carlin 10 + 26.268 11
10 15 Spain Daniel Juncadella Prema Powerteam 10 + 27.576 9
11 32 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Performance Racing 10 + 31.265 7
12 12 Brazil Felipe Nasr Räikkönen Robertson Racing 10 + 35.510 15
13 7 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar Carlin 10 + 36.516 13
14 14 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Räikkönen Robertson Racing 10 + 43.046 22
15 19 Brazil Lucas Foresti Fortec Motorsport 10 + 50.375 23
16 24 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Hitech Racing 10 + 50.894 21
17 9 Japan Yuji Kunimoto TOM'S 10 + 51.266 24
18 10 Brazil Rafael Suzuki TOM'S 10 + 52.066 17
19 18 United Kingdom William Buller Fortec Motorsport 10 + 53.481 28
20 21 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi ThreeBond Racing 10 + 53.732 27
21 22 Japan Hideki Yamauchi Hanashima Racing 10 + 53.956 29
22 16 Spain Roberto Merhi Prema Powerteam 10 + 55.035 6
23 29 Hong Kong Adderly Fong Sino Vision Racing 10 + 56.503 30
24 13 Macau Michael Ho Räikkönen Robertson Racing 10 + 1:03.691 26
25 27 Japan Kimiya Sato Motopark Academy 9 + 1 lap 25
Ret 20 Switzerland Alexandre Imperatori Toda Racing/KCMG 8 Accident 16
Ret 30 United Kingdom Hywel Lloyd CF Racing/Manor Motorsport 2 Accident 14
Ret 17 United Kingdom Oliver Webb Fortec Motorsport 0 Accident 19
Ret 6 United Kingdom James Calado Carlin 0 Accident 18
Ret 11 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Räikkönen Robertson Racing 0 Accident 20
Fastest lap: Laurens Vanthoor, 2:11.934, 166.993 km/h (103.765 mph) on lap 4[1]

Main Race[edit]

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 1 Italy Edoardo Mortara Signature 15 39:30.753 1
2 3 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature 15 + 2.120 2
3 28 Finland Valtteri Bottas Prema Powerteam 15 + 3.156 4
4 2 Germany Marco Wittmann Signature 15 + 6.230 5
5 26 Netherlands Renger van der Zande Motopark Academy 15 + 10.631 6
6 8 Portugal António Félix da Costa Carlin 15 + 13.173 9
7 5 France Jean-Éric Vergne Carlin 15 + 16.508 7
8 16 Spain Roberto Merhi Prema Powerteam 15 + 19.313 22
9 32 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Performance Racing 15 + 20.343 11
10 23 Colombia Carlos Huertas Hitech Racing 15 + 21.362 8
11 12 Brazil Felipe Nasr Räikkönen Robertson Racing 15 + 22.994 12
12 20 Switzerland Alexandre Imperatori Toda Racing/KCMG 15 + 23.926 26
13 22 Japan Hideki Yamauchi Hanashima Racing 15 + 25.486 21
14 7 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar Carlin 15 + 25.989 13
15 18 United Kingdom William Buller Fortec Motorsport 15 + 31.563 19
16 9 Japan Yuji Kunimoto TOM'S 15 + 36.143 17
17 10 Brazil Rafael Suzuki TOM'S 15 + 36.621 18
18 17 United Kingdom Oliver Webb Fortec Motorsport 15 + 41.413 28
19 6 United Kingdom James Calado Carlin 15 + 41.753 29
20 21 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi ThreeBond Racing 15 + 46.198 20
21 29 Hong Kong Adderly Fong Sino Vision Racing 15 + 46.336 23
22 19 Brazil Lucas Foresti Fortec Motorsport 15 + 46.731 15
23 30 United Kingdom Hywel Lloyd CF Racing/Manor Motorsport 15 + 49.720 27
24 27 Japan Kimiya Sato Motopark Academy 15 + 52.555 25
Ret 4 Germany Daniel Abt Signature 2 Accident 3
Ret 15 Spain Daniel Juncadella Prema Powerteam 0 Accident 10
Ret 14 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Räikkönen Robertson Racing 0 Collision 14
Ret 24 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Hitech Racing 0 Collision 16
Ret 13 Macau Michael Ho Räikkönen Robertson Racing 0 Collision 24
Ret 11 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Räikkönen Robertson Racing 0 Collision 30
Fastest lap: Edoardo Mortara, 2:11.480, 167.569 km/h (104.123 mph) on lap 11[2]
Source:[3][21]

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