The allure of the Ring is incredibly strong. Everyone wants to master it, everyone wants to conquer it, but really... nobody does. In total 183 drivers took the grid in an attempt to tackle the green hell. Some survived, some, did not. The Gentlemen's Sim Racing Club sweeps sportsman in International. Three classes, three class wins and Brad Klenk, JM Thomas and Jake Manhire hold the top 3 spots in the standings as well. This team in their first season of the Majors has gapped the field nicely with MFR White a distant second.
In International Pro, Cam Dance's reign of terror is over (at least temporarily) as his win streak ends at four. Thomas Hinss and Harald Stadler each claimed class wins and are determined to keep Cam within arms reach.
Euro Sportsman saw; Adam Facciponti, Brian Boomsma and Eric D Feick claim class wins. Adam now has four wins in four starts in his stellar return to the Majors.
Euro Pro the class winner are unsurprisingly also the top 3 in the standings; with Dallas Pataska, Pete Harrod and Tim Claessens leading the way. Each has at least two wins on the young season and it feels already like the Championship is going to be a nail biter.
Americas Sportsman is as close as can be with the top 5 drivers with 6 points! Three of those earned class wins this weekend; Justin Garec, Joey Haynes and Chris Sherburn. The Sportsman team race is equally compelling with (defending champs) Forge leading the way, but with Sector 5, High Class and Vengeance hot on their heels. This battle is going nowhere.
Americas Pro saw Christian Challiner end his two race win drought, but he wasn't able to build up anymore of a lead as 2nd place runner Andrew Waring was able to take a class victory as well. James Walker got the last class win, his first win in the series and it was critical as Forge maintains a slim six point lead on Evolv.