Davide Valsecchi of iSport International won the drivers' championship title, clinching it with three races to spare, in Bahrain after a comprehensive performance in the first five races, winning a race at each of the first three meetings with two seconds before clinching the title. He added a fourth second place at the final round, to seal a 27-point championship-winning margin. Second place was settled by a tie-breaker between a pair of Italian drivers, MalaysiaQi-Meritus.com driver Luca Filippi and DPR's Giacomo Ricci. Despite not scoring in any of the sprint races to be held, a win and two second places in feature races for Filippi compared to six top-five finishes – including a first GP2 win at the final Bahrain race – for Ricci allowed Filippi to take the runner-up spot. Arden International drivers completed the top-five placings with Javier Villa fourth despite missing the first meeting at Abu Dhabi, and Charles Pic fifth, the only other driver to win a race during the campaign, winning at the first Bahrain meeting. In the teams' championship, iSport won the championship with two races to spare, after the points amassed by Valsecchi and Oliver Turvey put them out of reach of their rivals. Second place, 36 points behind iSport, were Arden due to the strong performances of Villa and Pic, while Ricci's DPR squad finished third, a point further back.
Points are awarded to the top 8 classified finishers in the Feature race, and to the top 6 classified finishers in the Sprint race. The pole-sitter in the feature race will also receive two points, and one point is given to the driver who set the fastest lap inside the top ten in both the feature and sprint races. No extra points are awarded to the pole-sitter in the sprint race.
Feature race points
Sprint race points
Points are awarded to the top 6 classified finishers.
^ ab"GP2 Asia Series – Round 4: Bahrain Preview". GP2 Series. GP2 Motorsport Limited. 2010-03-11. Archived from the original on 17 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-14. While F1 will be celebrating its sixtieth anniversary, GP2 Asia will be saying goodbye to the GP2 Series first generation car. This chassis debuted back in 2005 in Imola and was the instrument of Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton and Timo Glock’s success in the category. But after three seasons in the European Series and another three in the Asia Series, it’s time to bid farewell to this machine.