It was a more successful day for HM Engineering, which saw the team return to the podium for the first time since Indianapolis courtesy of a third place for Muhammed Patel.
It was progress for Matthew Tuson in qualifying however his alternate strategy did not work as hoped and along with a couple of mistakes he finished in ninth place, losing points to David Kalocsai. Stoyan Barbukov was not racing due to technical issues, whilst Erick Chandra failed to finish the race after retiring on Lap 1.
9. Matthew Tuson (HME Invictus Motorsport)
R. Erick Chandra (HM Engineering)
HM were front runners once again in the PRO race, with two of their cars finishing on the podium. Phil Kraus finished in second place and now leads the standings by 9 points. Lorenz Dougherty finished in third place, whilst Luke Maguire finished in ninth, he will hope to regain the points lead with two races to go.
2. Phil Kraus (HM Engineering)
3. Lorenz Dougherty (HM Engineering)
9. Luke Maguire (HM Engineering)
It was a return to the podium for the first time since Indianapolis. After being robbed due to a disconnection at the Nurburgring, it was redemption for Muhammed Patel, as he pulled off a solid drive to finish on the podium in third place, less than a second off race winner Dennis Jordan. It was another eleventh place finish for HM Engineering Yellow, as Eros Masciulli just missed out on the final point. Whilst Tomasz Wach and Lorenz Dougherty were involved in separate incidents, which meant they failed to finish the race.
3. Muhammed Patel (HM Engineering Red)
11. Eros Masciulli (HM Engineering Yellow)
R. Tomasz Wach (HM Engineering Yellow)
R. Lorenz Dougherty (HM Engineering Red)
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