Just a few days after the end of Round 6 at Hockenheim, the GP2 paddock has moved to Budapest for the seventh round of the 2014 season.
The Racing Engineering strategy of starting Stefano on slick tyres proved to be exactly right!
Kiwi on top again with great drive and alternate tyre strategy
Hockenheim will mark the halfway point in the season.
The action picks up in Germany this weekend with the GP2 paddock setting up camp at Hockenheim for the sixth round of the year.
DAMS are leading Carlin in the teams’ standings, 149 points over 134 points.
Marco Sorensen first races in the category coming this weekend.
While DAMS team knew the circuit from Formula Renault 3.5, it was a new challenge in GP2.
Stefano Coletti and Raffaele Marciello, will be looking forward to the challenge of the Austrian track.
Thomas Couyotopoulo, Sporting Director of Racing Engineering, looks forward to racing in Austria.
The Red Bull Ring is a new challenge for most of the GP2 drivers, with the venue last used for top-line motorsport in 2003.
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.