That meant Job couldn't make any inroads into Mitchell DeJong's second place in the championship, but it wouldn’t have mattered. The American driver scored a pair of podiums, including a strong second in the feature race, to seal his runner-up spot.
To add insult to injury, Job was beaten to third overall by countryman and series debutant Charlie Collins, who finished second in the sprint race and fifth in the feature – won by, who else, Rogers. That would make it a 1-2-3 for the VRS team in this year’s championship, with Red Bull’s Job in fourth.
With his title confirmed, Rogers takes home the $50,000 (£36,000) top prize, along with a watch from series title sponsor TAG Heuer for scoring the most pole positions across the season.
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