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Tereshchenko converts pole into maiden win in Euroformula Open

by Gruz David


Russian driver Konstantin Tereshchenko?took a lights-to-flag victory in the second Euroformula Open race of the Jerez weekend.

Tereshchenko made a great start and established a lead of two seconds in the beginning of the race, a gap he controlled until the very end.

Sophomore driver Yu Kanamaru and third-year racer Yarin Stern completed the podium.

Dzhon Simonyan grabbed fourth just ahead of Vitor Baptista, who stole fifth from Igor Walilko in a final-lap overtake.

Yesterday’s race winner Alessio Rovera made a storming start by gaining four places from ninth but eventually wound up seventh.

The top ten was rounded out by Andres Saravia, Tanart Sathienthirakul and William Barbosa.

UPDATE: Igor Walilko has received a ten-second penalty for non-respect of yellow flags and has been demoted to P11. Race one winner Alessio Rovera inherits P6.

Race results
Pos. Driver Team Time/Gap
1 Konstantin Tereschenko Campos Racing 18 laps in 30:13.729
2 Yu Kanamaru EmiliodeVillota Motorsport +2.505
3 Yarin Stern Team West-Tec F3 +4.064
4 Dzhon Simonyan RP Motorsport +24.495
5 Vitor Baptista RP Motorsport +25.554
6 Alessio Rovera DAV Racing +29.949
7 Andres Saravia RP Motorsport +30.921
8 Tanart Sathienthirakul Team West-Tec F3 +31.265
9 William Barbosa BVM Racing +31.474
10 Diego Menchaca Campos Racing +32.008
11 Igor Walilko RP Motorsport +36.035*
12 Luis Michael Dorrbecker EmiliodeVillota Motorsport +40.192
13 Otto Sanchez EmiliodeVillota Motorsport +57.267
14 Javier Cobian BVM Racing +58.382
15 Damiano Fioravanti RP Motorsport +1:21.419
16 Juan Manuel Vilalta EmiliodeVillota Motorsport +1 lap
17 Antoni Ptak RP Motorsport +4 laps
18 Ahmed Al Ghanem Campos Racing +4 laps
Not classified
Henrique Baptista Campos Racing +6 laps
Leonardo Pulcini DAV Racing +13 laps

* 10-second penalty