Mitch Evans seventh in Hungarian GP2 race

Last updated 04:33 28/07/2013

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New Zealand's Mitch Evans has collected six points from a seventh-place finish in the first GP2 series race of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.

Evans, who started 11th on the grid, moved up four spots to finish 22.584 seconds behind race runaway winner Jolyon Palmer, who won by 15.407 seconds, in the 37-lap feature race at the Hungaroring.

Evans remains 12th in the standings ahead of the 28-lap sprint race at 8.30pm (NZ time) tonight.

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