Mitch Evans third again on Monaco circuit

Last updated 03:54 26/05/2013

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Mitch Evans put together his second straight podium finish in the second GP2 race in during the Monaco Grand Prix.

Evans, who finished third in race one yesterday, matched his earlier result in the 30-lap race, won by Stefano Coletti of Rapax. Evans finished 2.218 seconds behind Coletti.

Driving his Arden International car, Evans posted a best lap of 1:24.067 on lap nine.

The two results, which saw him pick up 25 competition points, boosted Evans five spots in the GP2 series standings, moving up to seventh on 36 points. Coletti extended his lead to 24 points, 84 points ahead of Evans.

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