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Palmer pips Evans by 0.4s in thrilling feature race

Jolyon Palmer overcame a red flag and a safety car period to win a dramatic GP2 feature race in Monaco, with the top three crossing the line separated by just six tenths of a second. Championship-leader Palmer twice saw his lead cut due to accidents elsewhere on track, and was perhaps fortunate that the charging Stefano Coletti blew his chances of victory late on following a collision with Simon Trummer. But Palmer executed a perfect race throughout, holding off a charging Evans as the race clock expired to win by 0.4s with Felipe Nasr a further two tenths down. An early clash between Rene Binder and Andre Negrao saw the race red flagged, and a 30-minute delay followed which brought the...
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