Martin Gosbee is the third winner of FSR World Championship season, after Muhammed Patel (who won 4 so far) and Jernej Simoncic (who got 1 win). The brit grabbed his first win in the 2017 World Championship thanks to an astonishing race which allowed him to cross the finish line ahead of Michi Hoyer (Avid Chronic Racing) and Daniel Kiss (Musto Racing).
Jordy Lopez on NetRex Grand Prix was the winner of Formula SimRacing Pro Division Silverstone GP. The american driver was followed on the podium by Eneric Andre (Drillers Motorsport) and Michael Eyres (Flag-to-Flag), who saw his win in previous round (Australia) taken away due to a post race penalty.
Worse possible conditions for ACE drivers in Silverstone, with weather changing track grip many times with storm and sun. At the end, it was championship leader Sander Kallas (NetRex Grand Prix) to grab the win, despite starting 7th on the grid; behind him, on podium, Adam Maguire (GhostSpeed Racing) and Lukas Schmidt (Avid Chronic Racing).
Muhammed Patel makes it 4 out of 5 with his win in FSR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Australian GP. The british Musto Racing driver crossed the line ahead of Martin Gosbee (Flag-to-Flag Brehm GP) and Jernej Simoncic (GhostSpeed Racing).
Second win of the season for Michael Eyres in FSR Australian GP PRO division. Starting from the 2nd spot on the grid, the british Flag-to-Flag Orange driver was able to cross the line in first position ahead of Lukaszek (GhostSpeed Racing) and Haaris Parvez (Flag-to-Flag NetRex).
Just like in PRO Division, ACE category Australian GP was taken by a first time winner in the season, as Rudy van Buren (MadCape) managed to win the race ahead of Felix van Delft (Flag-to-Flag Orange) and Sander Kallas (NetRex GP).
With a perfect race, Jernej Simoncic won Formula SimRacing World Championship Canadian Grand Prix. GhostSpeed Racing driver crossed he line ahead of the championship leader Muhammed Patel (Musto Racing), who had won all previous three GP's this season, while an impressive Martin Gosbee (Flag-to-Flag Brehm) completed the podium with his third place.
Second win in a row for Haaris Parvez (Flag-to-Flag), after the one obtained Turkish GP two weeks ago, he managed to repeat himself in FSR PRO Canadian GP. Behind him Jordy Lopez (NetRex Grand Prix) in second and Wojciech Lukaszek (GhostSpeed Racing) in third. With Parvez's win, Flag-to-Flag won both races held in the week-end so far, after yesterday win by van Delft in ACE division.