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- 8th September 2013, 3:20 at 3:20 am #213239MiguelParticipant
Bad luck again for Tio Ellinas, he lost the championship being crashed for his team mate. Anyway, Ellinas is a very good driver and deserves to race in GP2 or WSR 3.5 next season.8th September 2013, 3:26 at 3:26 am #213240AnonymousInactive
I’m just going to leave this here.8th September 2013, 4:37 at 4:37 am #213241Prisoner MonkeysParticipant
Ellinas isn’t out of the title fight. Thus year’s final is taking place in Abu Dhabi. He has an uphill battle ahead of him and probably needs a few results to go his way, but he’s still a championship contender.8th September 2013, 4:43 at 4:43 am #213242wsrgoParticipant
Amazed to see Kvyat in 2nd in the championship. Is he still undeserving of a WSR seat in 2014, I wonder?8th September 2013, 5:27 at 5:27 am #213243the_sigmanParticipant
So gutted for Tio. The last three races he has been so unlucky! First the clutch in the first race at Spa, the McKee, now Zamparelli. DNF and start from the back :(8th September 2013, 8:12 at 8:12 am #213244wsrgoParticipant
Jack Harvey wins from Daniil Kvyat, Lewis Williamson, Facu Regalia, Kevin Korjus, Alexander Sims, Melville McKee and Conor Daly rounding off the points, also with the fastest lap.8th September 2013, 8:35 at 8:35 am #213245robk23Participant
That was a very chaotic race, I’m impressed by Kvyat but disappointed with the number of silly collisions between a few other drivers during the race.8th September 2013, 9:53 at 9:53 am #213246AnonymousInactive
When should we have told the GP3 drivers that Monza isn’t the last race this year?8th September 2013, 14:54 at 2:54 pm #213247Iestyn DaviesParticipant
Looks like it’s Regalia vs. Kvyat for the title at Abu Dhabi – Ellinas would have to have a perfect weekend and those ahead to have bad ones. I think Kvyat shades it for me – but they have both improved hugely over the season.
It could be down to the tyre change – I feel Ellinas would have won on the degrading tyres used at Round 1. He’s definitely worthy of driving for Marussia in GP2 next year and at the Young Driver Test. Amazing to see how he has progressed from winning his chance at funding/a racing career on TV. He is definitely on his own on the telemetry, as his two team-mates are nowhere near as competitive.
I can see Kvyat being the next Kimi Raikkonen, he looks similar in appearance! Russia should bet on him driving for Toro Rosso in 2016. Zamparelli should have just rear-ended the people in front of him – take out the midfield rather than your own title contending team-mate! Maybe his car played up – he was struggling on the parade lap and Cullen was gracious to let him get away. But this hurt Marussia in the end.8th September 2013, 21:03 at 9:03 pm #213248AnonymousInactive
I’m sure this is what organisers hoped for the season finale: top 6 with a shot at the championship, Regalia with a small lead can control from the front whilst Kvyat is coming up stronger and stronger and becoming a real threat. Daly looks set to repeat what he did last year, i.e. fade out slowly and then drop out of the title fight and even outside of the top 3 in the championship. Nice comeback from Harvey to be 5th in the standings.
Of course ART have 98 points over Arden but the maximum points available in two races is 103, a tough job awaits Arden in Abu Dhabi!
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