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Moineault doubles up in final Hungaroring race

by Valentin Khorounzhiy
Photo: Auto Sport Academy

Photo: Auto Sport Academy

French F4 championship leader Valentin Moineault took his second win of the Hungaroring weekend in race three.

Moineault led every lap from pole, beating race two winner Gabriel Aubry by four seconds.

Sacha Fenestraz was on front row alongside Moineault, but slipped behind Aubry and Julien Darras during the opening lap.

He retook third from Darras, but couldn’t challenge Aubry, settling for third place.

Darras went on more places over the next few laps, eventually slipping to tenth

It was Julien Andlauer who took fourth, ahead of Alexey Korneev and Giuliano Alesi, who charged through from 11th on the grid.

Simo Laaksonen was seventh, ahead of Nikita Troitskiy, who beat Reuben Kressner for tenth.

Race results
Pos. Driver Time/Gap
1 Valentin Moineault 12 laps
2 Gabriel Aubry +4.356
3 Sacha Fenestraz +6.249
4 Julien Andlauer +7.703
5 Alexey Korneev +8.732
6 Giuliano Alesi +9.044
7 Simo Laaksonen +13.607
8 Nikita Troitskiy +14.338
9 Reuben Kressner +18.262
10 Julien Darras +21.288
11 Ye Yifei +21.424
12 Nerses Isaakyan +21.933
13 Axel Matus +22.182
14 Louis Gachot +24.596
15 Theophile Senegas +24.942
16 Michael Benyahia +26.959
17 Kami Laliberte +28.685
18 Jose Sierra +30.124
19 Hugo Sugnot-Darniche +1 lap