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WRW: New leaders in F3 and Eurocup, DTM controversy and more

Weekend Racing Wrap

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Catch up on video highlights of last weekend’s racing action in Weekend Racing Wrap including the championship leads changing hands in European Formula Three and the Formula Renault Eurocup, a controversial finish in the DTM and more.

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Euroformula Open

After a dominant campaign Felipe Drugovich arrived at the sixth race weekend out of eight poised to wrap up the title. But rival Bent Viscaal claimed pole position for the opening race.

DTM

Gary Paffett arrived at the Red Bull Ring with a two-point lead over Mercedes team mate and title rival Paul di Resta, but Daniel Juncadella started the weekend’s opening race from pole position on a damp track.

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Formula Renault Eurocup

Christian Lundgaard, Max Fewtrell and Yifei Ye arrived at the Hockenheimring locked in a close fight for the championship, but one of them would seize the initiative ahead of the final weekend of the season.

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European Formula Three

Prema’s Mick Schumacher had slashed Dan Ticktum’s points lead in the previous round and extended his run of pole positions to five in a row at the Red Bull Ring.

NASCAR Cup

Kevin Harvick started the second race in the Round of 16 from pole position.

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Over to you

What racing action did you watch last weekend? Let us know in the comments.

Next weekend’s racing

  • F1: Russian Grand Prix
  • GP3: Sochi
  • World Touring Car Cup: Ningbo
  • Formula Two: Sochi
  • World Rallycross Championship: USA
  • British Touring Car Championship: Brands Hatch
  • NASCAR Cup: Charlotte

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Keith Collantine
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2 comments on “WRW: New leaders in F3 and Eurocup, DTM controversy and more”

  1. Very impressed by Mick. He might turn out to be the real deal.

  2. Paul Di Resta really can’t catch a break! Hope he retains that points lead.

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