This week the ACR "Triple Threat" league hailed from the small country of San Marino, known for its exquisite vineyards, expensive fashion, and the legendary Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari at Imola.
Race 1: GT5
As always the GT5 race kicked things off, and with top favourites, Shushkata and Azmanms not scoring in week one, the pressure was really on. Last week's pace setter and championship leader, L_Sergio took pole. Whilst American, Quasi-404 announced himself in the championship with second in qualifying. Jord-_-2k10 was third with Azmanms in fourth. Shushkata only managed seventh. The lights went green, and L_Sergio had a horrendous start, and dropped backwards to eighth position. Quasi took the lead with Azmanms in second and Gaston in third. Then we saw quite possible the move of the season. On the long start-finish straight at the start of lap two, Jord made a triple overtake to go from fourth to first. He held on all race long until the last lap when he made a mistake on a kerb and gifted the win to Quasi-404. Third was Shushkata. Quasi-404 was the Driver of the Day.
Read on for the GT4 and GTE results from week two.
Race 2: GT4
In the previous round, the KTM Xbow proved it's a match for the Ginetta in the GT4 class, and this would turn out to be a fascinating race. Two Ginetta drivers, Andersantell and Babajaga, locked out the front row, with KTM driver BrickPsychosis in third. Andersantell got off to a flier and lead the way, but borneo climbed all the way from fifth to second in his KTM, and locked himself into a battle with BrickPsychosis for the whole race, including a titanic battle on the final lap. Anders picked up the win and Driver of the Day. BrickPsychosis finished second, and Borneo third.
Race 3: GTE
The main event once again was the GTE race. KC drivers Fry-Diz and Blankfile had an awful time in week one, but they came back fighting with a vengeance this time out. They took second and third respectively on the grid in their Porsche 911 RSRs. Championship leader Robinjus continued his impeccable form with another pole position. However, that good form eluded him as the race got underway, and Robinjus had a stinker which dropped him to fourth off the line, as Fry and Blank led through turn one. Djkrick ran in third, to continue his solid start to the GTE competition after his promotion from the GT4 class. Blank unfortunately kept making small errors which handed positions to Robinjus and Dj. Robinjus and Fry then got into 20 minutes of bumper-to-bumper action in a fight for the lead - continuing their rivalry which goes all the way back to last season. Robinjus finally took the lead, whilst FRY took second and a late disconnection handed a podium to Blank. Fry was the Driver of the Day.
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