Yesterday was hold the final raceo f the weekend at Brands Hatch. The day was presented in diferents conditions in comparison with was seen in Saturday where, Dani Juncadella, was on the starting grid away from top10 and the sky was clearly cloudy, which was threating with some rain. Because of that situation, the teams had an eye on the radar and ready if they had to modify their strategies, specially knowing what happened at Hungaroring before the summer break.

On that race, it was the championship leader, Gary Paffett, who was at pole position after qualifying session. The start was chaotic as Robin Frijns and Augusto Farfus made contact. The Audi driver hit the wall and the brazilian BMW driver had damage on his front. That obligated to the safety car to go out. Gary Paffett was able to hold back Paul di Resta and the brit retained the leadership of the race at the momento.

It was at the restart when the scottish made the move to overtake the brit. At the same time, Pascal Wehrlein was able to move up over René Rast as the Audi driver mad a mistake at Druids corner and was wide at the exit, so he lost the position. Little by little, drivers where entering the pit to make their mandatory pit stop and, this time it was the front runners the first ones to do it and the drivers who were at the back where waiting for a situation which it was able to take some advantage.

After a long pit stop to repair the damage of the car and a performance which was really poor, Augusto Farfus had no option and had to retire from the race while Jamie Green and Robin Frijns stayed on track waiting for another safety car that could made their strategy stronger. It didn’t come and both drivers made his pit stop. Frijns falled down at the back of the grid and Jamie Green was able to exit the pits holding the fifth position.


Dani Juncadella was making a great race, coming back after a bad qualifycation session, following BMW driver, Phillip Eng. At the front of the race, the battle didn’t stop between both Mercedes drivers, Paul di Resta and Gary Paffett and it seemed that the win was a matter of them. Nevertheless, René Rast was able to approaching thanks to the fight of the Mercedes drivers and he joined the final fight.

At the end, di Resta took the chequered flag who take some advantatge from the fight between Paffett and Rast. The brit could retain the second position and Rast was third. Juncadella, finally, confirmed his comeback to make a points finish and score some Good points.

Position Driver Time Diference Interval Laps
1  Paul Di Resta  56:23.282 40
2  Gary Paffett  56:24.301 1.019 1.019 40
3  René Rast  56:24.658 1.376  0.357 40
4  Pascal Wehrlein  56:34.766 11.484 10.108 40
5  Marco Wittmann  56:37.594 14.312 2.828 40
6  Mike Rockenfeller  56:38.123 14.841  0.529 40
7  Philipp Eng  56:40.521 17.239 2.398 40
8  Lucas Auer  56:41.254 17.972  0.733 40
9  Daniel Juncadella  56:41.787 18.505  0.533 40
10  Nico Müller  56:44.080 20.798 2.293 40
11  Timo Glock  56:45.046 21.764  0.966 40
12  Robin Frijns  56:45.289 22.007  0.243 40
13  Joel Eriksson  56:46.479 23.197 1.190 40
14  Bruno Spengler  56:55.280 31.998 8.801 40
15  Jamie Green  56:56.641 33.359 1.361 40
16  Loic Duval  56:47.097  2L  2L 38
17  Edoardo Mortara  52:49.628  3L  1L 37
 Augusto Farfus  28:02.319  22L 20