World Pro Racing End Of Year Race Qualifier Breakdown
Ultimately, M. Suteanu managed to seal the deal and grab pole position as he got the best lap timing of 1:47:556. M. Vaffel was very close behind as there was only a +0.027 gap between him and Suteanu. And in 3rd, we had L. Whitehead, again, very close behind the 2 leading cars, as his gap to 1st place was only of +0.036.
M. Suteanu ended up getting fastest timing in sector 1, L. Whitehead got the best time in sector 2, and lastly, U. Arias with the quickest timing in the 3rd and final sector. Surprisingly, M. Vaffel, which placed 2nd, didn’t get a single fastest sector. Here below is a full list of the qualifying standings:
The main race kicked off at 3:29PM, and off the start we already saw a bit of tension in the first corner as Suteanu and Vaffel made contact and threw Whitehead out of the way. A few laps later, Suteanu pitted and conceded his position to Vaffel. Vaffel and Ruoff led for the majority of the race, and with 10 mins left on the clock, Ruoff was still in the lead, and set to win the race. Close behind was none other than J. Ebrich in 2nd, and a few laps later, with Ruoff heading into the pits with only a minute to go, Ebrich managed to go past to grab 1st place, and win the race.
World Pro Racing End Of Year Race Final Standings (Top 10)
- J. Ebrich
- C. Hoelzel
- M. Vaffel
- J. Ruoff
- M. Suteanu
- S. Muscat
- A. Dorricott
- G. Kun-Szabo
- Y. Riler
- L. Whitehead
All in all, it was a splendid race, a perfect way to end 2020 for World Pro Racing, and all the drivers. WPR is stacked for 2021, in fact, their next race is due on the 12th of January with the GT3 at Zolder Casual Race.