Anthoine Hubert continued his dominance of the 2013 French F4 season, scoring his ninth win of the season in race three at Val de Vienne.
Hubert lost out off the line to fellow front row starter Tom le Coq, but managed to get the lead back by the end of lap one. From that point on, the series leader went on untroubled, clearing the rest of the field by four seconds come checkered flag.
Le Coq himself came under pressure from Jules Gounon, but got some breathing room as Gounon collided with Matevos Isaakyan and fell down the order. With le Coq in second, Ivan Kostyukov crossed the finish line in third with Isaakyan behind him, the latter receiving a 30-second added time penalty post-race.
As such, Felix Hirsiger inherited fourth ahead of Dennis Anoschin. Simo Muhonen took sixth ahead of Tristan Viidas and Severin Amweg with Neal Van Vaerenbergh and a recovering Gounon picking up the final points.
|1||Anthoine Hubert||16 laps in 26:38.273|
|2||Tom le Coq||+4.384|
|9||Neal Van Vaerenbergh||+16.969|
|Kang Ling||+9 laps|
|Marco de Peretti||+14 laps|