Felix Rosenqvist took the victory of the 2014 Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix in his forth try. Finally the Mücke Motorsport driver clinches this prestigious race that today had an accidental start. Auer completes the one-two for Mücke as Cassidy completes the podium. Verstappen made an incredible comeback from P24 to P7.
The 61th edition of the Macau GP has started with an incredible start by Auer who takes the lead at turn 1 but he was side-by-side with Blomqvist who finally takes the lead at San Francisco corner, Ocon manage to be second there and then he crashes with Blomqvist, causing a several crashes behind him, thus cause a Red Flag.
Only Rosenqvist, Auer, Cassidy, Merhi, Latifi and Serrallés avoided the crash. The mechanics had a lot of work to do in the grid, especially in Menezes, King, Takaboshi, Wells, Pommer, Goddard, Verstappen, Coletti, Buller, Fuoco cars but the drivers need to be very pleased of his team’s job.
The race restarts under safety car with 22 out of 28 cars ready for the race Rosenqvist was the first behind the safety car followed by Auer, Cassidy, Merhi, Latifi, King, Serrallés, Coletti, Ferrucci and Yamashita completing the top10.
With the green flag, Auer had tried to overtake Rosenqvist but he made a mistake and downs to third place behind Nick Cassidy. With 3 laps to go the action rejoins the race with Auer overtaking Cassidy to make the one-two of Mücke Motorsort.
The future Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver, Max Verstappen, made an incredible comeback from seventeen place to seventh.
|1||Felix ROSENQVIST||SWE||Kashbet.com by Mücke Motorsport||15 Laps|
|2||Lucas AUER||AUT||Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport||+ 4,372|
|3||Nick CASSIDY||NZL||Three Bond with T-Sport||+ 8,999|
|4||Roberto MERHI||ESP||W66.com Double R Racing||+ 9,799|
|5||Nicholas LATIFI||CAN||SJM Theodore Racing by Prema||+ 10,413|
|6||Stefano COLETTI||MCO||EuroInternational||+ 24|
|7||Max VERSTAPPEN||NLD||Van Amersfoort Racing||+ 24,455|
|8||Santino FERRUCCI||USA||Fortec Motorsports||+ 31,081|
|9||Kenta YAMASHITA||JPN||Tom’s||+ 34,334|
|10||Gustavo MENEZES||USA||Van Amersfoort Racing||+ 35,246|
|11||Markus POMMER||DEU||Motopark||+ 36,576|
|12||Antonio GIOVINAZZI||ITA||Jagonya Ayam with Carlin||+ 37,319|
|13||Tatiana CALDERÓN||COL||JZR/ Mücke Motorsport||+ 41,93|
|14||Will BULLER||GBR||Signature||+ 43,986|
|15||Sean GELAEL||IDN||Jagonya Ayam with Carlin||+ 44,972|
|16||Alex PALOU||ESP||Fortec Motorsports||+ 48,063|
|17||Dan WELLS||GBR||Toda Racing||+ 52,724|
|18||Mitsunori TAKABOSHI||JPN||B-Max Racing Team||+ 57,034|
|19||CHANG Wing Chung||MAC||Team West-Tec F3||+ 68,334|
|20||Sam MACLEOD||GBR||Tom’s||+ 109,99|
|21||Félix SERRALLÉS||PRI||Team West-Tec F3||+ 134,441|
|22||Antonio FUOCO||ITA||SJM Theodore Racing by Prema||+ 4 Laps|
|DNF||Jordan KING||GBR||GR Asia with Carlin||+ 12 Laps|
|DNF||Tom BLOMQVIST||GBR||Jagonya Ayam with Carlin||+ 15 Laps|
|DNF||Esteban OCON||FRA||SJM Theodore Racing by Prema||+ 15 Laps|
|DNF||CAO Hongwei, Martin||CHN||Fortec Motorsports||+ 15 Laps|
|DNF||Yu KANAMARU||JPN||Carlin||+ 15 Laps|
|DNF||Richard GODDARD||AUS||Three Bond with T-Sport||+ 15 Laps|