September 10, 2023


Converting his pole position to race victory, Norbert Kiss adds a second win to his Goodyear FIA ETRC Zolder Campaign.

It was textbook from the Hungarian as he defended the start well, finishing the race six seconds ahead of second placed Sascha Lenz. The top four didn’t change throughout the race, as Jochen Hahn completed the overall podium ahead of Antonio Albacete.

Jamie Anderson had a great race to finish fifth after starting eighth, ahead of Promoter’s Cup winner José Eduardo Rodriguez. The Portuguese is on par to take all four Promoter’s Cup wins this weekend with the exceptional form he’s showing. He seems to be in a class of his own, with the chasing Chrome drivers unable to make a dent in his pace.

André Kursim came across the line seventh after another battle-filled race with Steffen Faas. The second-place Promoter’s Cup driver will take reverse pole for the last race of the weekend, having finished eighth overall.

John Newell completed the Promoter’s Cup podium with ninth overall, ahead of fellow Brit Mark Taylor. Jonathan André was the last driver to complete the three-lap shortened race.

The early conclusion came as a result of Luis Recuenco’s engine failure at Turn 5. In a visually spectacular event, the #64 truck caught on fire as the Spaniard came to a stop in the gravel bed. Luckily the flames were extinguished quickly and Recuenco was out of the truck, but this sadly does mean he will not take to the grid for Race 4.

Other drivers in danger of ending their weekends early are Steffi Halm and Clemens Hecker. Halm suffered a steering failure that saw her retire out on track about four laps into the race, whilst Hecker suffered an unknown engine stutter at the start, bringing him into the pits for a lap and a half before he managed to re-join, but retired a lap later.

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