Race Two Results Modified

The race results for race two at Spa-Francorchamps have been amended in the official classification issued by the race stewards, with Ernesto Viso now being handed the third place result

Race Two Results Modified

The race finish was moved back to the end of the ninth lap, before the crashes by Viso, Hiroki Yoshimoto and Neel Jani - it is standard procedure to classify the finish as two laps prior to the red flag lap, which was shown on lap eleven.

As a result Scott Speed is now classified in fourth, with Nico Rosberg fifth and Juan Cruz Alvarez sixth, while Xandi Negrao is now out of the points in seventh.

CLASSIFIED (official results): Pos Driver Team Time 1. Carroll Super Nova International 23:38.872 2. Garcia Racing Engineering + 16.300 3. Viso BCN Competicion + 25.040 4. Speed iSport International + 26.311 5. Rosberg ART Grand Prix + 31.170 6. Alvarez Campos Racing + 34.666 7. Negrao Hitech Piquet Sports + 35.987 8. Lopez DAMS + 38.059 9. Kovalainen Arden International + 38.321 10. Pla DPR + 41.986 11. Pantano Super Nova International + 43.635 12. Premat ART Grand Prix + 48.451 13. Vilander Coloni Motorsport + 51.557 14. Piquet Jr. Hitech Piquet Sports + 52.170 15. Fauzy DAMS + 54.876 16. Bruni Durango + 55.417 17. Yoshimoto BCN Competicion + 55.919 18. Jani Racing Engineering + 57.455 19. Piccione Durango + 59.215 20. Hernandez Campos Racing +1:08.028 21. Mondini DPR +1:10.508 22. Artam iSport International +1:16.403 23. Lapierre Arden International +1:26.822 24. Lauda Coloni Motorsport +1:44.105 Fastest lap: Carroll, 2:14.936 on lap 7 2005 Championship, Round 11 (race 21): Drivers: Teams: 1. Rosberg 102.5 1. ART Grand Prix 155.5 2. Kovalainen 99 2. Arden International 117 3. Speed 66 3. Super Nova International 96 4. Carroll 53 4. iSport International 68 5. Premat 53 5. Racing Engineering 65.5 6. Jani 48 6. Hitech Piquet Sports 50.5 7. Piquet Jr. 46 7. Coloni Motorsport 36 8. Pantano 43 8. DAMS 28 9. Bruni 35 9. BCN Competicion 24 10. Lopez 28 10. DPR 22 11. Pla 20 11. Durango 21 12. Lapierre 18 12. Campos Racing 8 13. Garcia 17.5 14. Piccione 14 15. Viso 13 16. Yoshimoto 11 17. Monfardini 5 18. Alvarez 5 19. Negrao 4.5 20. Hernandez 3 21. Lauda 3 22. Artam 2 23. Sharp 2 
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