Stefano Coletti ended the 2013 GP2 season in fifth with 135 points.
Stefano Coletti mathematically still within the title fight.
Leimer is still the classification leader with 179 points and is followed by Bird at 172 and Nasr at 148. Coletti is currently fourth at 135.
Stefano Coletti is currently fourth in the standings with 135 points.
The Monegasque driver of team Rapax, Stefano Coletti is currently third in the classification.
Coletti was thirteenth, and in the classification he stands in third position at 135 points.
A technical problem forced Stefano Coletti to the retirement during lap twenty-four.
Stefano Coletti is still leading the standings with 135 points. Nasr follows at 129, Leimer at 122 and Bird at 121.
Stefano Coletti will try to make up the ground lost in the GP2 first race on Saturday.
Back to business!
The Monegasque in force at Team Rapax produced a good start as usual but in the heat of the start he has been hit by the single seater driven by Jake Rosenzweig.
The photo-finish finale awarded the Rapax driver that obtained his seventh podium of the season, behind winner Marcus Ericsson (Dams) and James Calado (ART Grand Prix).
The Swede powers away from rivals in the Feature Race at the Nurburgring. ames Calado and Stefano Coletti finished second and third.
Coletti keeps the lead of the classification with 120 points, Nasr follows at 98 and Bird at 89.
The fifth round of the GP2 season will take place this weekend at Silverstone.
The Sprint Race ended today an unforgettable weekend for Stefano Coletti in Monaco as he obtained a fantastic victory on the home circuit during a race that has also been important classification-wise.
Thanks also to the points obtained due to the fastest lap of the race, Coletti keeps the classification lead with 103 points.
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