Meanwhile Moritz Lohner added the ADAC GT Masters title to his Porsche Esports Carrera Cup championship earlier this year. Britain’s Jack Keithley had a relatively comfortable lead in the championship but stumbled, while Lohner made the best of the double-header finale at the Oschersleben circuit – coinciding with the real-world GT Masters final round.
While not able to take a race win, Lohner closed out the first of the two races in second, behind pole-sitter Jakub Brzezinski, with Kevin Siggy Rebernak in third and Nestor Garcia in fourth. A disappointing 15th place for Keithley meant both Lohner and Garcia passed him in the championship standings.
The title itself came down to the wire, as Siggy, Garcia, and Lohner were locked in a three-car tussle right up to the flag. A win for Garcia would have given the Red Bull driver the title, but he wasn’t able to pass the Slovenian – leaving him just three points behind Lohner in the standings. Keithley still finished in third, behind his Williams team-mate, courtesy of a final race fourth place finish.
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