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  • RUSSIAN TIME GP2 Series, Round 1. Bahrain Race 1

    04/18/2015

    RUSSIAN TIME GP2 Series, Round 1. Bahrain Race 1 Official press release

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    New Zealander Mitch Evans salvaged a fighting sixth from the opening round of the championship at the Sakhir Circuit, with team mate Artem Markelov 13th after problems on the opening lap forced him to fight through from the back of the field.
  • RUSSIAN TIME GP2 Series, Round 1, Bahrain Qualifying

    04/17/2015

    RUSSIAN TIME GP2 Series, Round 1, Bahrain Qualifying Official press release

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    There was mixed feelings for the Russian Time GP2 team after first day action at the new season’s Bahrain championship opener. Twenty-year-old Russian driver Artem Markelov qualified impressively in the top half of a high calibre field, while 2014 double race-winning driver Mitch Evans had to ponder 13th place on the starting grid, which the team suspected was down to an engine issue.
  • Message for you!

    04/17/2015

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  • New line-up for Bahrain testing

    04/01/2015

    New line-up for Bahrain testing

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    Before the start of first day testing in Bahrain Team Russian Time announces the names of two new drivers.
  • Russian Time fields an unchanged line-up in the 2015 GP2 series

    02/20/2015

    Russian Time fields an unchanged line-up in the 2015 GP2 series Official press release

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    Former GP2 championship-winning team Russian Time will field an unchanged line-up in the 2015 series, with race-winning Kiwi Mitch Evans one again partnered by talented Russian Artem Markelov.
  • RUSSIAN TIME GP2 Series, Round 11, Abu Dhabi Race 2, November 23, 2014

    11/24/2014

    RUSSIAN TIME   GP2 Series, Round 11, Abu Dhabi Race 2, November 23, 2014 Official press release

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    Twenty-year-old Kiwi Mitch Evans signed off an impressive GP2 season with fifth place in the year-ending Abu Dhabi sprint race around the impressive 5.55km Yas Marina circuit. Evans finishes the championship in fourth place, behind new champion Jolyon Palmer, McLaren reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne and Sauber’s 2015 F1 signing Felipe Nasr.

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