At the start “Babalus” held onto the first place won in the morning’s qualifying, entering the first chicane ahead of Philipp Baron (Rossocorsa) and European champion Bjorn Grossmann (Octane 126). All sorts of drama went on behind the leaders, with a series of contacts involving rookie Galip Atar but also Marcello Puglisi, John Farano, Andreas Segler and Giuseppe Ramelli.
“Babalus” and Baron fought it out alone, duelling as they lapped at pace and never much more than a hair’s breadth apart. Grossmann was untroubled back in third, while immediately behind, David Gostner (MP Racing), Vezzoni (Rossocorsa-Pellin Racing) and Danis (Scuderia Praha) had quite a battle.
The last lap was thrilling, with “Babalus” going wide at the first chicane and Baron almost managing to slip past. Grossmann secured third. This was a seventh win for “Babalus” from 16 races.
|Drivers||Philipp Baron, Marcello Puglisi, John Farano, David Gostner, Bjorn Grossmann, Andreas Segler|
|Tags||autos & vehicles|