EuroNASCAR PRO: Lasserre wins race 1 at the last minute in Zolder

Matteo De Filippi

Race 1 of the EuroNASCAR PRO thrilled the spectators in Zolder, with Lasserre winning at the end. Let’s see the details

The Zolder event is of vital importance for this championship. In fact, it is about last two races of the season and a lot is still to be decided, especially if you look at the drivers’ title which he sees as the main contenders the Italians Gianmarco Ercoli and Vittorio Ghirelli.

I due they will start fourth and fifth respectively. In front we have Paul Jouffreau in polefollowed by the Swiss Giorgio Maggi and from French Lucas Lasserre. Although the main fight is between the Italians, the double points from this race weekend could easily reopen everything. Let’s see what happened during race 1 in Zolder regarding the EuroNASCAR PRO.

EuroNASCAR PRO: Lasserre wins race 1 at the last minute in Zolder

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During the preparation phase the Belgian weather spares no nasty surprises, forcing the race commissioners to postpone the departure by 10 minutes due to an intense downpour of rain. The race is declared wet and the departure is carried out under safety car to give riders the opportunity to adapt to the new asphalt.

In this sentence, Ercoli buffers Lasserre suffering damage to the car which will compromise the race. In fact, after a good start, the Italian was overtaken by many rivals and struggling to find a good feeling with the car of CAAL Racing.

Up front we immediately see something beautiful Maggi-Jouffreau duel who overtake each other a couple of times already in the first lap. In the end it will be the Frenchman who gets the better of the Swiss. Just behind Lasserre immediately goes wide on the first lap, losing some positions. This mistake, however, will push the pilot of the Speedhouse to give the best, making it architect of a stupendous comeback which will end with overtaking his compatriot right at the first corner of the last lap.

The two will finish first and second, followed by Maggi. Ghirelli only placed ninth, while Ercoli he finishes the race in tenth place. This order of arrival gives the first place in the drivers’ standings goes to the Frenchman, followed just one point behind Ghirelli and five behind Ercoli. Everything is still open and, never like in this case, every mistake will be vital in the last race. Who will win the title? To ensure you don’t miss any further news regarding the world of motors, continue to follow!