Simo Muhonen converted his reverse-grid pole into a solid win in race two of French F4 at Le Mans, keeping his lead on lap one as others around him made mistakes and crossing the finish line to take victory in a red-flagged race.
Muhonen enjoyed a strong, solid race throughout, keeping the gap consistent to Valentin Naud, who inherited second after front row started Marco de Peretti retired on lap one.
Matevos Isaakyan finished third in a very ominous display of pace, making a mistake from second that dropped him down the field but recovering nicely to take the final podium position. Dennis Anoschin took a very strong fourth place ahead of race one winner Anthoine Hubert and Neal Van Vaerenbergh.
Race one winner Kirill Karpov was unable to make up much from tenth, finishing eighth in the end behind Felix Hirsiger. French drivers Remy Deguffroy and Tom le Coq rounded out the top ten.
Justin Meichtry was unable to start the race after fracturing his ankles in race one. Instead, the Swiss youngster will be transferred to Zurich for a possible surgery.
|1||Simo Muhonen||6 laps in 12:46.675|
|6||Neal Van Vaerenbergh||14.524|
|10||Tom le Coq||22.857|
|Jules Gounon||+3 laps|
|Marco de Peretti||+6 laps|
|Ivan Kostyukov||+6 laps|
|Tristan Viidas||+6 laps|