Jules Gounon managed to keep Tristan Viidas and Anthoine Hubert at bay to take his second victory of the Lenedon French F4 round.
The 18-year-old Frenchman lined up on the front row alongside poleman Viidas and managed to get ahead of the Estonian on the opening lap. He would not relinquish the lead for the subsequent 14 laps and crossed the line in first.
While Viidas mostly managed to keep up with the leader, he never quite mounted a challenge, eventually settling for second ahead of newly-crowned series champion Hubert.
Felix Hirsiger, who was briefly into third during the opening stages of the race, took fourth, seeing off the challenge from Marco de Peretti. The latter ran comfortably in the top ten before an incident on lap 13 put him out of the points.
Neal van Vaerenbergh took fifth, ahead of Paul Hokfelt and Tom Le Coq. Russian duo Kirill Karpov and Matevos Isaakyan were eighth and ninth respectively, whilst Florian Pottier completed the top ten.
|1||Jules Gounon||15 laps in 21:24.106|
|5||Neal van Vaerenbergh||+5.568|
|7||Tom Le Coq||+13.196|
|15||Marco de Peretti||+28.155|
|Simo Muhonen||+1 lap|
|Lucile Cypriano||+5 laps|