The GT3 balance of performance update package may have had some influence on the results. But what the BOP did not turn on its head the track sure did. Adam Serege of the #41 Mugen Simracing McLaren did take the lead of the race and sat on the fastest lap of the race for his entire stint. But from the start, they were hotly contested by the #13 of Danish Racing League. But it was #26 Onemove Esports who was to take the win in the end. And don’t forget to admire the #717 driving all the way from absolute last place to the last sport on the podium.
Midway through the race, Onemove Esports had the lead of the race and Mugen was trailing by about the length of a full-service pitstop. Danish Racing League was holding on to third and only a few seconds from taking second. At this point, Unison Racing was still struggling down in fifth place. But the midfield in that class was only separated by less than 20 seconds.
The sun slowly set over Sebring International Raceway and then the rain came…
Watch the 12-Hours of Sebring race again here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_OVgT40-Eo
For the championship standings see this post.
#26 Onemove Esports
Driven by: Ludovic Darquy (FR), Cyrille Malbrun (FR), and Thibaut Malbrun (FR)
#41 MUGEN SimRacing
Driven by: Adam Serege (HU), Martin Milotai (HU), Zsolt Pribek (HU), and Donat Diessner (HU)
#717 Unison Racing
Driven by: Aleksey Myzin (RU), Alexander Zakirov (RU), Jaroslav Khrustalev (RU), Nikolay Bezrukov (RU), and Maks Bunevich (UA)