ADAC Formel Masters 2014 champion Mikkel Jensen added to his tally of victories in the championship in race two of the final round at Hockenheim.
Having started on the front row, the Dane was shuffled back to fourth over the opening laps, but soon returned to second place, setting out in pursuit of race leader Dennis Marschall.
As Joel Eriksson managed to keep up with Jensen, the duo slowly but surely crept up on Marschall, who had won the first race earlier today by overtaking Maximilian Gunther for the lead on the final lap.
This time around, however, his fortunes were reversed as he let Jensen by on the last lap of the race and finished second.
With Joel Eriksson taking a close third place, the top three were more than 15 seconds ahead of the rest of the pack.
Poleman Gunther had to settle for a distant fourth as Tim Zimmermann took another fifth.
Marvin Dienst held off Nico Menzel for sixth, while another Mucke driver Kim-Luis Schramm took eighth place and reverse-grid pole for race three. Igor Walilko ended up beating Luis-Enrique Breuer to ninth place.
|1||Mikkel Jensen||Neuhauser Racing||14 laps in 25:12.265|
|4||Maximilian Gunther||Mucke Motorsport||+17.030|
|5||Tim Zimmermann||Neuhauser Racing||+20.349|
|6||Marvin Dienst||Mucke Motorsport||+23.186|
|7||Nico Menzel||Schiller Motorsport||+23.650|
|8||Kim-Luis Schramm||Mucke Motorsport||+25.849|
|9||Igor Walilko||JBR Motorsport & Engineering||+27.974|
|11||Fabian Schiller||Schiller Motorsport||+29.359|
|12||David Kolkmann||JBR Motorsport & Engineering||+30.741|
|14||Giorgio Maggi||Mucke Motorsport||+1:04.075*|
* – 30-second penalty