The 2011 Auto GP season review

The 2011 Auto GP season review

The second AutoGP season produced a surprise champion in teenager Kevin Ceccon, but there was action and excitement all the way to the Mugello title decider, as Andrew van de Burgt explains

For its second year Auto GP took over the World Touring Car Championship support slot vacated by Formula 2, and with increased television exposure attracted grids of 14-16 cars for its seven-round calendar.

It was a varied field made up of talented youngsters like Kevin Ceccon and Adrien Tambay, experienced old hands like Luca Filippi and Adam Carroll plus rich enthusiasts such as Giuseppe Cipriani. In all, 21 drivers started at least one race.

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