The Nurburgring GP circuit hosted the second of the three endurance rounds of Lamborghini’s The Actual Race sequence, and within the live-streamed EMEA (Europe, Center East, Africa) occasion it was South Africa’s Jordan Sherratt who as soon as once more took most factors.
After half of the championship rounds, Sherratt had almost twice the factors of the following driver within the desk – Kevin Siclari – and together with his nearest rival absent there was the prospect to make hay. Setting a lap time 0.4s sooner than the following greatest driver, he recorded a cushty pole place and by no means regarded again.
There was some lap one, flip one drama – as ordinary right here – which noticed third-place starter Jaroslav Honzik spun round by Taariq Adam. Tommy Razeyre, fourth within the factors desk, managed to leap Gianfranco Giglioli into second in the course of the pit stops, however the Italian regained his spot with half an hour remaining. Nonetheless, no one might contact Sherratt who gained by greater than half a minute from Giglioli, with Razeyre an additional eight seconds again. Honzik did handle to complete seventh with a sterling restoration drive.
Within the Americas area, it was William Hendrickson once more proving to be the driving force to catch. Hendrickson has been buying and selling wins with Fidel Moreira, however simply as with the Suzuka endurance race he was untouchable on the ‘Ring. After qualifying on pole, the American took the win at a canter, with a 20s hole to Gabriel Felipe in third – and Moreira an enormous 35s additional again. Actually solely seven vehicles completed on the lead lap.
Australia’s Terry Rayton scored his first win of the season within the Asia-Pacific area, coming from third on a really sparse grid of simply 11 vehicles to beat polesitter Andrew O’Hara to the end – by a cushty 30 seconds, with Davlish Singh third and nearly a minute behind. After his first podium at Zandvoort final day trip, the consequence places Rayton up into fourth within the desk forward of Andika Rama Maulana.