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Nasr records thumping victory in Austria

Sutton Images Enlarge Felipe Nasr led from the first corner to the finish after turning in a masterful drive to win his second GP2 victory, ahead of Stoffel Vandoorne and Raffaele Marciello in the feature race in Austria. Nasr's getaway off the start line ultimately set up the victory, passing pole-sitter Johnny Cecotto and championship leader Jolyon Palmer on the run up to Turn 1. From that point on Williams reserve driver Nasr was in complete control, taking the win after fellow countryman Felipe Massa had secured pole for tomorrow's F1 race. For Vandoorne and Marciello the decision to start on option tyres and pit before the rest of the leaders proved decisive. The start could have...
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