Sebastian Job would drive the FA Racing G2 Logitech G number 14 Audi R8 across the line to win the teams first race in the VRS GT Pro Series. After Frederik Rasmussen put in an amazing double stint from the start of the race to give the number 14 car a twenty second lead when it came to the second round of pitstops all Sebastian had to do was put in consistent lap times to consolidate the teams first win.

After the race Job said, “This was my first win in the series, but it didn’t feel that special to be honest. Frederik’s 20 second gap helped a lot where I could pretty much drive without pressure to the end so I a managed to do some nice times and cruise to the win. Main credit goes to Frede as he put lots of effort in for this race and it showed. I think PRT, Coanda and CoRe struggled a bit with the setup that helped in the end also, but that’s part of it in the end.”


Rasmussen qualified the car on pole followed by the TTL Esports GT Audi, that won the first round at Bathurst. Team #33 were the first non-Audi car, qualifying in 5th place. Vendaval Simracing Blue would qualify behind them, after helping the FA G2 car in practice, however all three of their cars would have a rough day with both car finishing a lap behind the leaders.

From the drop of the green flag Rasmussen was able to build a gap and keep it for the rest of the stint. One of the biggest movers in the first stint were Bardahl SimRacing who would start 20th and finish an impressive 10th when the flag dropped.

Two of the three Vendaval cars would spin at turn five at some point during the race, and later on Tatsuro Hashimoto would spin the Blue car at turn five, ending that cars race after some heavy damage to the right hand side.

The SimuCUBE ineX Racing Red Ferrari would hit the outside wall at turn five in the first stint, they were able to continue on with minor damage and finish ninth, just behind their teammate going by the name of SimuCUBE ineX Racing Yellow in the number 11 car.

Euphoria Racing GT would be the biggest mover in the whole of the race, coming from twelfth place to second in their black and green BMW Z3 GT3, they were followed across the line by the VRS Coanda Simsport #8, TTL Esports GT and the Team #33 Mercedes. All four cars would have a great battle towards the end of the second and start of the third stint, but Euphoria were able to pull away and get a great second place finish.

The next round of the VRS GT World Championship will be at Spa on the 14th of July, just one week before the Spa 24 hours race. FA Racing G2 Logitech G will be hoping to continue their dominance to win again and improve their championship position.

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