Photo: FIA F3
Raffaele Marciello took his second victory of the day in race two of European F3 at Hockenheim, adding a win in the dry to his prior success in wet conditions.
The Italian’s lead was not once in danger, as he pulled away from the very start, taking advantage of the fight for second to build up a huge gap. It was Red Bull junior Tom Blomqvist who started in second and managed to hold on to that for a big chunk of the race, until he found himself embroiled in a fight with Lucas Auer. While he did manage to keep the Austrian behind, Brit Josh Hill passed them both into a single corner and emerged in second, keeping that position until the checkered, with Blomqvist third and Auer fourth.
Felix Serralles finished ahead of Dennis van de Laar in fifth, with Prema’s Alex Lynn in seventh. Sven Muller, Jordan King and Felix Rosenqvist closed out the top ten.
Guest driver Daniil Kvyat will be starting race three from pole position.
|1||Raffaele Marciello||Prema Powerteam||21 lap in 35:11.372|
|4||Lucas Auer||Prema Powerteam||11.077|
|6||Dennis van de Laar||Van Amersfoort||15.687|
|7||Alex Lynn||Prema Powerteam||16.166|
|10||Felix Rosenqvist||Mucke Motorsport||21.213|
|15||Mitchell Gilbert||Mucke Motorsport||33.079|
|16||Roy Nissany||Mucke Motorsport||33.588|
|17||Mans Grenhagen||Van Amersfoort||36.652|
|18||Lucas Wolf||URD Rennsport||36.985|
|19||Eddie Cheever||Prema Powerteam||38.079|
|21||Michael Lewis||Mucke Motorsport||40.525|
|25||Sandro Zeller||Jo Zeller Racing||49.838|
|26||Tatiana Calder?n||Double R Racing||52.910|
|27||Sean Gelael||Double R Racing||1:12.424|
|Jann Mardenborough||Carlin||+21 laps|
|Antonio Giovinazzi||Double R Racing||+21 laps|