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2009-10 GP2 Asia Series

GP2 Asia Series 2009/10 - Season Review

GP2 Asia Series 2009/10 - Season Review

This year's GP2 Asia Series may not go down as a particularly classic championship, with a short schedule and a lack of tracks stifling any real sense of purpose, but it did produce a runaway champion, and a few fall guys as well.

 

GP2 Asia Series - Round 4

GP2 Asia Series - Round 4

The season finale to the mildly engaging GP2 Asia Series took place in support of the opening F1 race of the season, and although the titles were already decided, the teams still wanted to put on a show in front of the captive audience.

GP2 Asia Series - Round 3

GP2 Asia Series - Round 3

The GP2 Asia crowd moved on to Bahrain last weekend for rounds 5 and 6 of the championship, and with another two races still to go, Davide Valsecchi and his iSport team swept to the championship crowns in dominant fashion.

GP2 Asia Series - Round 2

GP2 Asia Series - Round 2

The GP2 Asia series returned after many months away with two more races around the Abu Dhabi street circuit, which were again dominated by Davide Valsecchi, the runaway championship leader, and a few surprise packages as well.

GP2 Asia Series - Round 1

GP2 Asia Series - Round 1

The first round of the truncated GP2 Asia Series took place supporting F1 2009's final race. GP2 veteran Davide Valsecchi dominated the weekend to take the lead of the championship, while meanwhile, some rookies impressed more than others.