The DAMS' staff has demonstrated that their cars are capable of winning on circuits as different as Barcelona and Monaco.
The next round of the 2014 GP2 Series will be in one month’s time at Spielberg in Austria.
Started in Pole Position, Richelmi has made a beautiful start and he has maintained the position for all 30 laps.
Jolyon Palmer extended his championship lead to 44 points.
Monaco question and answer with Stefano Coletti.
The 23-year-old from Southwater has finished on the podium in each of the four GP2 races held so far in 2014.
Venezuela GP Lazarus rookie driver, Rene Binder enjoys a rare break from his GP2 commitments but is still excited about his brilliant debut race weekend at the Grand Prix of Monaco.
Rounds nine and 10 of the 2013 GP2 Series will take place at Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit in the UK on 29th/30th June, running as support to the British Grand Prix.
Stéphane Richelmi: "I'm a little disappointed, but with the performance of the car, I'm sure we'll be at the forefront in England.""
Rio Haryanto unable to round off his fightback.
The 5th round of the season will go underway between June 28th and 30th at Silverstone.
The Racing Engineering team will now return to their Sanlúcar de Barrameda base to prepare for the next race weekend in one month’s time 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.
Tomorrow on Race 2, Sergio Canamasas will start from the seventh row.
Although both cars will be repaired for tomorrow’s Sprint Race, Fabio Leimer and Julián Leal will have to start towards the rear of the grid...
Thanks also to the points obtained due to the fastest lap of the race, Coletti keeps the classification lead with 103 points.
Presentation of the fourth round of the 2013 GP2 season
Carlin team driver Jolyon Palmer heads to Monaco to repeat his last year's success
Richelmi on his home circuit: great expectations for the Monaco
P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft tyres - a choice for Monaco, which is the slowest and tightest track in GP2 calendar