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F1Weekly podcast # 640

Jack Harvey

Clark and Nasir discuss the Japanese Grand Prix results, we have Motorsports Mondial and another great interview with GP3 driver Jack Harvey—

Jack Harvey is one of Britain’s brightest motor racing prospects. Aged 20 he has already won ten driver Championships, including the 2012 British F3 Championship, and is touted by a number of industry experts as one to watch for the future. Find out more about how Jack got into racing, what makes him tick and what his ambitions are for the future.THIS YEAR:
In 2013 I will be competing for the Lotus GP team in the GP3 Series. The GP3 Series supports the European leg of the Formula One Championship so it will be great to back racing at the same circuits as Formula One. It is a privilege to be racing for Lotus GP who have such a fantastic history in motorsport and I can’t wait to get into the new GP3 car in 2013. I am also fortunate to be supported by the Racing Steps Foundation which plays a huge part in enabling me to race in these top level Championships and I am very grateful for their support again this year. 

WHERE IT ALL BEGAN:
Motorsport has been in my family for as long as I can remember. My Dad was into karting when he was younger and more recently he raced in the National Auto Grass Championship and won his class in 2002. My Uncle is also a motorsports fan and still races supercars so I’ve been around motor racing my entire life.As a child I was quite into my football, playing for the local village football team with my friends from school. It was actually my Dad who first got me started in Karting. He thought it would be something I’d enjoy and suggested I have a go.What surprises a lot of people is that I didn’t enjoy my first experience of Karting! I was still very young and didn’t know anyone at the Karting track and to be honest I was happier playing football with my friends. I wasn’t very comfortable the first few times I had a go in the Kart and therefore wasn’t very quick and when you’re young and not immediately very good at something it doesn’t really make it enjoyable!

However, my Dad encouraged me to stick at it and I’m grateful he did as I started to get better at Karting, I made a group of friends at the track and really start to enjoy it. Bit by bit I began to win races and then Championships and I started to believe that this was something that I was good at and could potentially have a career in, and the rest is history!

WHATS NEXT:
The ultimate dream has always been to race in Formula One as this is the top level of motorsports and where you can find the best racing drivers in the world. I’m always pushing myself to be the best I can, so the aim is to be in a position to race against the best drivers out there.

But I know that there is a long journey ahead of me to get to Formula One so the main focus at the moment is to take one year at a time and to focus on winning each Championship and pushing to be best driver I can be.

 

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GP3

Harvey, Kvyat, Williamson Monza R2

Harvey victorious in Race 2 in Monza—
 
ART Grand Prix’s Jack Harvey wins thrilling race in Italy—
 
British star Jack Harvey romped home to victory at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza after making a great start from P2 and held off the challenge of MW Arden’s Daniil Kvyat and Bamboo Engineering’s Lewis Williamson in an action-packed Race 2. The GP3 title fight is going too the wire after the gap between the top two has closed dramatically, with many other drivers still in contention.
 
It all happened at the start and it was Jenzer Motorsport’s Patric Niederhauser who had reverse pole. The Swiss driver crept forward just before the lights went out and unfortunately stalled on the grid. His teammate Alex Fontana ran into the back of him, which thus put them both out of the race.
 
Harvey got away well into the lead as Carlin’s Alexander Sims got past Kevin Korjus (Koiranen GP) down the straight. Marussia Manor Racing’s Ryan Cullen made contact with several drivers heading into turn 1 including Trident’s Giovanni Venturini which brought a premature halt to their race. The safety car was deployed whilst the cars were removed.
 
Once the action resumed, there was passing aplenty and first on the move was Sims – making a successful pass on Korjus with GP3 Series leader Facu Regalia also on the prowl. Williamson was also quick at the restart and demoted Sims down a position, before Race 1 winner Daniil Kvyat made a very brave move to overtake Sims on the outside of Turn 4 to help his title challenge.
 
In the meantime Harvey led Williamson by less than a second, but his ART Grand Prix teammate Regalia had other ideas and passed the Scotsman for P2 at the midway point. Conor Daly who started P23 was busy carving his way through the pack, eager to bag points after bad luck yesterday.
 
All eyes were on the mouth-watering battle between Korjus and Kvyat in the first half of the race, the two diced wheel to wheel in spectacular fashion, but the Russian driver moved ahead and set his sights on his championship rival Regalia. On lap 12, Kvyat made his point and passed the Argentine, closing the gap in the Drivers’ Standings.
 
Williamson had pushed hard and began to suffer tyre degradation in the final laps and Kvyat made seized the moment and moved into P2. The MW Arden driver began to hunt down Harvey but the Brit held on to take his second win of his rookie season in jubilant fashion.
 
Harvey crossed the line just nine tenths ahead of Kvyat in an enthralling race, with Williamson holding on to enjoy his first rostrum of the season. Regalia finished P4, ahead of Korjus, Sims, Melville Mckee (Bamboo Engineering) and Daly. The American driver posted the fastest lap of the race, bouncing back from yesterday’s disappointment to sneak the final point, passing Sainz on the final lap.
 
Regalia’s advantage in the Drivers’ Standings has been cut to seven points with Kvyat inching closer. Korjus and Daly are next up on 107 and 104 respectively with Harvey moving up to fifth with 96 points.
 
ART Grand Prix hold the huge lead in the Teams’ Standings on a total of 338 points, with MW Arden and Koiranen GP on 240 and 183.
 
With only one round remaining, all eyes will be on the spectacular setting of the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi – the sparkling venue for the season finale of GP3. A champion will be crowned but who will it be…? Find out in Round 8 on 01-03 November 2013.
 
 
Monza – Race 2
 
Driver
Team
1.
Jack Harvey
ART Grand Prix
2.
Daniil Kvyat
MW Arden
3.
Lewis Williamson
Bamboo Engineering
4.
Facu Regalia
ART Grand Prix
5.
Kevin Korjus
Koiranen GP
6.
Alexander Sims
Carlin
7.
Melville McKee
Bamboo Engineering
8.
Conor Daly
ART Grand Prix
9.
Carlos Sainz
MW Arden
10.
Robert Visoiu
MW Arden
11.
Tio Ellinas
Marussia Manor Racing
12.
Patrick Kujala
Koiranen GP
13.
Aaro Vainio
Koiranen GP
14.
Emanuele Zonzini
Trident
15.
Samin Gomez
Jenzer Motorsport
16.
Josh Webster
Status Grand Prix
17.
Carmen Jorda
Bamboo Engineering
18.
David Fumanelli
Trident
19.
Luis Sa Silva
Carlin
20.
Adderly Fong
Status Grand Prix
 
Not Classified
Nick Yelloly
Carlin
Jimmy Eriksson
Status Grand Prix
Giovanni Venturini
Trident
Ryan Cullen
Marussia Manor Racing
Alex Fontana
Jenzer Motorsport
 
 
 
Fastest Lap : Conor Daly- ART Grand Prix: 1 :38. 237 on lap 15

GP3

Jack Harvey (ART Grand Prix)

Home hero Harvey victorious in Silverstone Race 1-
 
ART GP rookie takes maiden win in GP3…
 
Happy Harvey! After narrowly missing out on pole position to Kevin Korjus, Jack Harvey (ART Grand Prix) made a brilliant start to claim his debut win in the category, topping it off by taking the honours at his home race in front of a large, enthusiastic Silverstone crowd, as well as pocketing points for fastest lap. Korjus (Koiranen GP) was second with ART Grand Prix’s Facu Regalia third.
 
Clear skies and a temperature of 20 degrees awaited the 27 GP3 drivers as they lined up on the grid. Korjus had pole but it was Harvey from P3 who made a great getaway to move into the lead and demote Korjus and Regalia. His ART Grand Prix teammate Conor Daly was also another man on the move, unfortunately the American made a jump start from P9 into P2 by the first corner.
 
Harvey was quick to build an advantage at the front, increasing the gap lap, by lap. Daly remained in P2, ahead of Korjus, Regalia, Daniil Kvyat (MW Arden) and Tio Ellinas (Marussia Manor Racing.) There was a collision between Patrick Kujala (Koiranen GP) and Trident’s David Fumanelli when the young Finn made contact with the back of the Italian’s machine which sent him airborne. Kujala was able to climb out of the car but the safety car was deployed due to the incident.
 
The safety car was released with a handful of laps remaining and Harvey managed the gap back to his rivals to retain his advantage. Daly had been issued with a 10-second drive-through penalty for a jump start and served it once the safety car had come in which dropped him down the order, thus moving Korjus and Regalia into second and third.
 
In the final laps the action continued to hot up with Carlin’s Nick Yelloly passing Alex Fontana (Jenzer Motorsport) for P6. Carlos Sainz (MW Arden) in P8 then fancied his chances on the Swiss driver but Lewis Williamson (Bamboo Engineering) seized the opportunity to overtake the Spaniard in front of his home crowd. The move was done until they duo went wheel to wheel with the Scot ending up on the grass, into a spin and a premature end to his race. Sainz was able to continue but lost pace and dropped down the order.
 
As the chequered flag was waved, it was a celebratory fist in the air for Harvey achieving his first win in the GP3 Series. Korjus, Regalia, Kvyat, Ellinas, Yelloly, Fontana, Giovanni Venturini, Adderly Fong (Status Grand Prix) and Dino Zamparelli (Marussia Manor Racing) completed the top ten points scoring positions. Trident’s Venturini will line-up on reverse pole for tomorrow’s Race 2 which will commence at 08.20 GMT.
 
Ellinas remains on top in the Drivers’ Standings on 65, with Korjus and Daly on 59 and 51 respectively. ART Grand Prix lead the Teams Standings on 126, Koiranen GP is second on 102 and MW Arden are third with 75.
Silverstone – Race 1
Driver
Team
1.
Jack Harvey
ART Grand Prix
2.
Kevin Korjus
Koiranen GP
3.
Facu Regalia
ART Grand Prix
4.
Daniil Kvyat
MW Arden
5.
Tio Ellinas
Marussia Manor Racing
6.
Nick Yelloly
Carlin
7.
Alex Fontana
Jenzer Motorsport
8.
Giovanni Venturini
Trident
9.
Adderly Fong
Status Grand Prix
10.
Dino Zamparelli
Marussia Manor Racing
11.
Aaro Vainio
Koiranen GP
12.
Robert Visoiu
MW Arden
13.
Carlos Sainz
MW Arden
14.
Eric Lichtenstein
Carlin
15.
Patric Niederhauser
Jenzer Motorsport
16.
Josh Webster
Status Grand Prix
17.
Luis Sa Silva
Carlin
18.
Jimmy Eriksson
Status Grand Prix
19.
Emanuele Zonzini
Trident
20.
Samin Gomez
Jenzer Motorsport
21.
Ryan Cullen
Marussia Manor Racing
22.
Conor Daly
ART Grand Prix
23.
Carmen Jorda
Bamboo Engineering
24.
Melville McKee
Bamboo Engineering
25.
Lewis Williamson
Bamboo Engineering
Not Classified
David Fumanelli
Trident
Patrick Kujala
Koiranen GP
 
Fastest Lap : Jack Harvey – ART Grand Prix : 1 :48.743 on lap 13

F1Weekly podcast # 624

Jakob Ebrey photography

The Duke of Dijon and the King of Karachi  share their thoughts on the results of the Bahrain Grand Prix, Motorsports Mondial special Interview with Racing Steps co-ordinator Derek Walters. And another episode of “Tech Talk” with Tim.

Derek Walters and the Racing Steps Foundation

The Racing Steps Foundation is a private, not-for-profit fund that provides and finances competition and personal performance development programmes for young British racing drivers and motorcycle racers.

The backing is provided for those with the talent and determination to climb to the top of the international motorsports ladder but who lack the substantial funds and all-important mentoring needed to get there.

The Foundation was set up in 2007 and this year is committed to supportinga total of 12 drivers and riders in UK, European and International race series.

The 2013 beneficiaries are:

James Calado (GP2), Jack Harvey (GP3), Oliver Rowland and Jake Dennis (Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup), Ben Barnicoat and Ricky Collard (European and International KF karting), Dean Macdonald and Josh Smith (Super One Rotax MiniMax and KF3 karting), Alfie Brown (Super One KF3), John McPhee (Grand Prix Moto3), and Kyle Ryde and Wayne Ryan (CEV Moto3).

The man behind the RSF programme is founder Graham Sharp, a successful businessman whose primary aim is to prevent British racing talent falling by the wayside for budgetary reasons.

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GP3

David Fumanelli

DAVID FUMANELLI FASTEST ON FINAL DAY OF TESTING AT SILVERSTONE – 

Trident’s David Fumanelli tops timings on day 2 in Silverstone
 
Italian racer David Fumanelli posted the fastest time of the Silverstone two-day test with a 1:45.213 set in the morning session. This was a very impressive lap as it was a mammoth 4.9 seconds quicker than the GP3 lap record set in Silverstone last year, again showing the performance and speed of the new GP3/13 car and providing a very positive conclusion to pre-season testing. Tio Ellinas (Marussia Manor Racing) was quickest in the afternoon session.
 
It was another bitterly cold day at the Northamptonshire circuit as the drivers braved the conditions for the final day of testing in temperatures of just two degrees. The MW Arden duo of Robert Visoiu and Carlos Sainz Jnr, along with ART Grand Prix drivers’ Jack Harvey and Facu Regalia were first to set competitive lap-times. Spaniard Sainz Jnr broke into the 1m46s barrier early on with a half a second advantage over Fumanelli.
 
There was a short halt in proceedings when Bamboo Engineering’s Carmen Jorda spun, once the action resumed, Koiranen GP’s Aaro Vainio made his way to the top of the timings. Adderly Fong (Status Grand Prix) stopped on track which brought the second red flag of the day. Marussia Manor Racing’s Dino Zamparelli flew to P1 with the quickest time of the two-day test at that point before Regalia demoted the Brit’ to P2 and became the first driver to dip into the 1m45s, 3 tenths faster.
 
With one hour left on the clock, all eyes were on Fumanelli as he posted a stunning laptime to go 6 tenths clear of the Argentine. Alex Fontana (Jenzer Motorsport) and Sainz Jnr rose to P3 and P4 whilst there was a third red flag with a second spin for Jorda in the final moments of the session.
 
The order at the chequered flag was Fumanelli, Regalia, Fontana, Sainz Jnr, Zamparelli, Vainio, Melville McKee (Bamboo Engineering), Ellinas, Giovanni Venturini (Trident) and Nick Cassidy (Marussia Manor Racing).
 
Most drivers in the afternoon session concentrated on long runs in preparation for the upcoming races. Koiranen GP’s Kevin Korjus was first to go P1 until Jack Harvey (ART Grand Prix) and Ellinas shot to the top of timesheets at the midway point. With just over one hour remaining, Regalia went fastest until Ellinas reclaimed back his position at the head of the timings.
 
Conor Daly moved up the order, posting the fourth quickest time as the minutes ticked down. Standings at the chequered flag were Ellinas, Regalia, Harvey, Daly, Venturini, Cassidy, Nick Yelloly, Vainio, Zamparelli and Korjus.
   
Jenzer Motorsport’s Samin Gomez did not participate in the test today due to illness.
 
The opening round of the 2013 season gets underway at the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona on 11-13 May and it promises to be a thrilling season with the introduction of the second generation car.
 
 
Day 2: Morning Session
 
Driver
Team
Laptime
Laps
1.
David Fumanelli
Trident
1:45.213
24
2.
Facu Regalia
ART Grand Prix
1:45.855
25
3.
Alex Fontana
Jenzer Motorsport
1:46.040
31
4.
Carlos Sainz Jnr
MW Arden
1:46.107
25
5.
Dino Zamparelli
Marussia Manor Racing
1:46.157
27
6.
Aaro Vainio
Koiranen GP
1:46.226
24
7.
Melville McKee
Bamboo Engineering
1:46.262
16
8.
Tio Ellinas
Marussia Manor Racing
1:46.281
21
9.
Giovanni Venturini
Trident
1:46.282
23
10.
Nick Cassidy
Marussia Manor Racing
1:46.336
31
11.
Jack Harvey
ART Grand Prix
1:46.350
28
12.
Robert Visoiu
MW Arden
1:46.399
36
13.
Patrick Kujala
Koiranen GP
1:46.406
19
14.
Conor Daly
ART Grand Prix
1:46.437
25
15.
Nick Yelloly
Carlin
1:46.468
20
16.
Felipe Guimaraes
Bamboo Engineering
1:46.526
32
17.
Daniil Kvyat
MW Arden
1:46.539
20
18.
Patric Niederhauser
Jenzer Motorsport
1:46.888
35
19.
Emanuele Zonzini
Trident
1:47.039
33
20.
Kevin Korjus
Koiranen GP
1:47.312
11
21.
Eric Lichtenstein
Carlin
1:47.388
23
22.
Luis Sa Silva
Carlin
1:47.869
18
23.
Josh Webster
Status Grand Prix
1:48.380
21
24.
Jimmy Eriksson
Status Grand Prix
1:48.754
22
25.
Adderly Fong
Status Grand Prix
1:49.760
15
26.
Carmen Jorda
Bamboo Engineering
1:50.519
17
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Day 2: Afternoon Session*
 
Driver
Team
Laptime
Laps
1.
Tio Ellinas
Marussia Manor Racing
1:45.821
20
2.
Facu Regalia
ART Grand Prix
1:46.194
33
3.
Jack Harvey
ART Grand Prix
1:46.266
34
4.
Conor Daly
ART Grand Prix
1:46.407
28
5.
Giovanni Venturini
Trident
1:46.440
37
6.
Nick Cassidy
Marussia Manor Racing
1:46.476
21
7.
Nick Yelloly
Carlin
1:46.483
32
8.
Aaro Vainio
Koiranen GP
1:46.496
15
9.
Dino Zamparelli
Marussia Manor Racing
1:46.543
18
10.
Kevin Korjus
Koiranen GP
1:46.650
14
11.
Patric Niederhauser
Jenzer Motorsport
1:46.876
27
12.
Josh Webster
Status Grand Prix
1:47.004
22
13.
Adderly Fong
Status Grand Prix
1:47.056
23
14.
Emanuele Zonzini
Trident
1:47.109
37
15.
Felipe Guimaraes
Bamboo Engineering
1:47.385
30
16.
Daniil Kvyat
MW Arden
1:47.480
24
17.
Carlos Sainz Jnr
MW Arden
1:47.514
24
18.
Jimmy Eriksson
Status Grand Prix
1:47.629
36
19.
Luis Sa Silva
Carlin
1:48.036
31
20.
Robert Visoiu
MW Arden
1:48.115
20
21.
Eric Lichtenstein
Carlin
1:48.234
44
22.
Melville McKee
Bamboo Engineering
1:48.276
23
23.
David Fumanelli
Trident
1:48.731
24
24.
Patrick Kujala
Koiranen GP
1:48.918
18
25.
Carmen Jorda
Bamboo Engineering
1:50.540
21

 

GP3

Tio Ellinas GP3 test 2013

TIO ELLINAS ON TOP AT SILVERSTONE
Tio Ellinas recorded the fastest time in the afternoon session on day one of the official pre-season test at the Northamptonshire circuit. The Cypriot’s quickest time of 1:46.211 was 3.9 seconds quicker than the previous GP3 record set by Mitch Evans here in 2012 with the first generation car. Carlos Sainz Jnr set the best time in the morning session.
 
Very chilly temperatures greeted the GP3 paddock for the final two-day pre-season test. The sun may have been shining but with ground temperatures below zero as the test begun, the full grid of 27 drivers set their installation laps and returned to the pits and waited for the winds to die down and for the track to warm up.
 
Alex Fontana (Jenzer Motorsport) and Nick Cassidy (Marussia Manor Racing) were the first two drivers to set times in the 1m47’s with a hype of activity in the last hour with the majority of drivers braving the big freeze. Ellinas and David Fumanelli (Trident) shot to the head of the timings until Spaniard Sainz Jnr went half a second quicker than the Cypriot to end the morning on top.
 
At the chequered flag it was Ellinas, Fumanelli, Fontana, Cassidy, Daniil Kvyat (MW Arden), Nick Yelloly (Carlin), Giovanni Venturini (Trident) and the Koiranen GP duo of Aaro Vainio and Kevin Korjus.
 
Following the two hour lunch break, the session got underway with an early red flag for Regalia who stopped on the circuit whilst teammate Jack Harvey topped the timesheets. Melville McKee (Bamboo Racing) was P1 at the midway point when Luis Sa Silva (Carlin) ran wide at Becketts and kissed the barrier, whilst Fumanelli stopped on circuit which both caused small interruptions to proceedings.
 
Yelloly rose to P2 as the wind increased making driving conditions difficult. Regalia posted the best time of the day while Adderly Fong (Status Grand Prix) ran wide at Chapel at the latter stages of the day as there was a brief stoppage covered by red flags. With one minute left on the clock, Ellinas went a mere 0.036s faster than the Argentine to claim P1.
 
The final times saw Ellinas, Regalia, Yelloly, Ellinas, Harvey, McKee, Fumanelli, Robert Visoiu, Fontana, Korjus and Conor Daly, with the top ten drivers covered by a second.
 
Tomorrow’s test session will run from 09.00 – 12.00 a one hour break. The afternoon session will run from 13.00 – 16.00 GMT.
 
 
Day 1: Morning Session
 
Driver
Team
Laptime
Laps
1.
Carlos Sainz Jnr
MW Arden
1:46.795
10
2.
Tio Ellinas
Marussia Manor Racing
1:47.389
10
3.
David Fumanelli
Trident
1:47.490
11
4.
Alex Fontana
Jenzer Motorsport
1:47.700
24
5.
Nick Cassidy
Marussia Manor Racing
1:47.850
13
6.
Daniil Kvyat
MW Arden
1:47.904
13
7.
Nick Yelloly
Carlin
1:47.942
14
8.
Giovanni Venturini
Trident
1:48.047
14
9.
Aaro Vainio
Koiranen GP
1:48.238
7
10.
Kevin Korjus
Koiranen GP
1:48.242
15
11.
Patrick Kujala
Koiranen GP
1:48.370
13
12.
Patric Niederhauser
Jenzer Motorsport
1:48.493
15
13.
Dino Zamparelli
Marussia Manor Racing
1:48.545
12
14.
Robert Visoiu
MW Arden
1:48.796
12
15.
Melville McKee
Bamboo Racing
1:48.889
13
16.
Josh Webster
Status Grand Prix
1:49.025
15
17.
Adderly Fong
Status Grand Prix
1:49.484
15
18.
Eric Lichtenstein
Carlin
1:49.546
13
19.
Felipe Guimaraes
Bamboo Racing
1:49.633
12
20.
Luis Sa Silva
Carlin
1:49.644
16
21.
Emanuele Zonzini
Trident
1:49.725
15
22.
Jimmy Eriksson
Status Grand Prix
1:50.566
12
23.
Carmen Jorda
Bamboo Racing
1:52.684
13
24.
Samin Gomez
Jenzer Motorsport
1:52.887
10
25.
Conor Daly
ART Grand Prix
1
26.
Jack Harvey
ART Grand Prix
1
27.
Facu Regalia
ART Grand Prix
1
 
 
Day 1: Afternoon Session*
 
Driver
Team
Laptime
Laps
1.
Tio Ellinas
Marussia Manor Racing
1:46.211
29
2.
Facu Regalia
ART Grand Prix
1:46.247
31
3.
Nick Yelloly
Carlin
1:46.540
37
4.
Jack Harvey
ART Grand Prix
1:46.664
23
5.
Melville McKee
Bamboo Racing
1:46.719
20
6.
David Fumanelli
Trident
1:46.774
24
7.
Robert Visoiu
MW Arden
1:47.027
32
8.
Alex Fontana
Jenzer Motorsport
1:47.050
28
9.
Kevin Korjus
Koiranen GP
1:47.143
18
10.
Conor Daly
ART Grand Prix
1:47.177
33
11.
Daniil Kvyat
MW Arden
1:47.345
32
12.
Dino Zamparelli
Marussia Manor Racing
1:47.391
30
13.
Jimmy Eriksson
Status Grand Prix
1:47.402
29
14.
Josh Webster
Status Grand Prix
1:47.474
30
15.
Patric Niederhauser
Jenzer Motorsport
1:47.698
11
16.
Felipe Guimaraes
Bamboo Racing
1:47.731
25
17.
Emanuele Zonzini
Trident
1:47.924
25
18.
Adderly Fong
Status Grand Prix
1:47.983
18
19.
Eric Lichtenstein
Carlin
1:48.305
34
20.
Patrick Kujala
Koiranen GP
1:48.322
24
21.
Nick Cassidy
Marussia Manor Racing
1:48.755
23
22.
Giovanni Venturini
Trident
1:48.977
9
23.
Aaro Vainio
Koiranen GP
1:49.146
11
24.
Luis Sa Silva
Carlin
1:50.517
15
25.
Samin Gomez
Jenzer Motorsport
1:50.890
15
26.
Carmen Jorda
Bamboo Racing
1:51.457
21
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*Carlos Sainz Jnr’s times deleted after his MW Arden car was found underweight