Van Amersfoort Racing’s Gustavo Menezes has taken his second win of the year in German F3 as he made the most of fourth on the grid.
The race got off to a bit of a messy start as poleman Roman Beregech stalled on the grid and was collected by Nabil Jeffri. With the duo retiring, the race went into a lengthy safety car period, the action resuming with less than ten minutes left on the clock.
With the American pulling away after the restart, the usual suspects from Motopark had to settle for the fight for second. While both Marvin Kirchhofer and Emil Bernstorff made their way through the field in a relatively fast way, Artem Markelov‘s strong start allowed him to have some breathing room ahead. As such, Markelov held on to second, ahead of Kirchhofer and Bernstorff.
John Bryant-Meisner was again close behind the Lotus trio, finishing fifth. Jordi Weckx took sixth, ahead of Matteo Cairoli and Nicolai Sylvest. The top ten was rounded out by Trophy class winner Thomas Amweg and Tomasz Krzeminski, who had to recover after retiring in race one.
|1||Gustavo Menezes||Van Amersfoort||9 laps in 18:18.036|
|5||John Bryant-Meisner||Performance Racing||+6.870|
|6||Jordi Weckx||Van Amersfoort||+12.465|
|7||Matteo Cairoli||ADM Motorsport||+13.008|
|8||Nicolai Sylvest||JBR Motorsport||+16.166|
|9||Thomas Amweg||CR Racing Team||+17.807|
|10||Tomasz Krzeminski||Performance Racing||+19.837|
|11||Hubertus-Carlos Vier||Franz Woss Racing||+24.079|
|15||Nikita Zlobin||ADM Motorsport||+33.104|
|16||Christian Zeller||CR Racing Team||+44.981|
|17||Andreas Germann||CR Racing Team||+46.094|
|18||Luca Iannaccone||Franz Woss Racing||+1:00.186|
|19||Frank Debruyne||CR Racing Team||+1:01.002|
|20||Maximilian Hackl||Franz Woss Racing||+3 laps|
|Roman Beregech||Performance Racing||+9 laps|
|Nabil Jeffri||EuroInternational||+9 laps|