Eleven races on eight weekends make up this year’s
For Drudi, this marks his first time this season in the top three: “I’m very, very happy to climb the podium in second. Michael Ammermüller gave me a hard time in the race, but I was able to fend him off. I was also very pleased with the setup of my car. Things can continue like this,” said Drudi. Ammermüller claimed the third grid spot. “There was no way for me to get past Mattia Drudi. He was slightly faster than me on the straights, however I caught him in the corners. I’d hoped for more, but for the time being I have to settle for third place,” said Ammermüller.
Daniel Cammish (Lechner MSG Racing Team) crossed the finish line in fourth place. In the eleven-lap race over 76.920 kilometres, the British driver set the fastest race lap in 2:26.287 minutes. Fifth went to Robert Lukas (PL/Olimp Racing) ahead of
Currently in the championship, Ammermüller’s advantage has shrunk. The Bavarian leads the overall classification with 132 points ahead of Olsen (122). Cammish (100) ranks third followed by Campbell (79). Perfetti currently leads the amateur category. In the Nations League, Germany ranks first with 132 points ahead of Norway (122) and Great Britain (101).
Spa, result race 7 of 11
1. Dennis Olsen (N/Walter Lechner Racing Team)
2. Mattia Drudi (I/Dinamic Motorsport)
3. Michael Ammermüller (D/Lechner MSG Racing Team)
4. Daniel Cammish (GB/Lechner MSG Racing Team)
5. Robert Lukas (PL/Olimp Racing)
6. Matt Campbell (AUS/Fach Auto Tech)
7. Nick Yelloly (GB/MOMO-Megatron Team Partrax)
8. Daniele di Amato (I/Dinamic Motorsport)
1. Michael Ammermüller (D/Lechner MSG Racing Team), 132 points
2. Dennis Olsen (N/Walter Lechner Racing Team), 122 points
3. Daniel Cammish (GB/Lechner MSG Racing Team), 100 points