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Moor wins a classic final lap scrap at the Sachsenring

19 Jun 2022

The Hungarian pipped compatriot Farkas to the win as Germany’s Schneider claims a home race podium in Race 1

Rossi Moor (FARIUM Next Generation Riders) extended his lead at the top of the Northern Talent Cup standings after claiming a third victory of the  season in what was another classic encounter at the Sachsenring. The  Hungarian beat compatriot Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team) by just 0.169s as Germany’s Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing) picked up the final podium  spot after Tibor Varga (Forty Racing) was demoted one position on the last  lap for exceeding track limits.

Farkas got the best start of all when he went from P6 to P1 at the first  corner but from there until the chequered flag, the lead and podium  positions would change constantly with as many as 11 riders sitting in the  lead group in the early exchanges. A front five then broke clear heading into the business end of the race, a quintet which included Moor, Farkas, Schneider, Varga and the returning Valentino Herrlich (Busch und Wagner  Racing Team).

It all came down to the last lap and thanks to some sensational late braking and masterful race craft, Moor came out on top by a whisker to assert yet more dominance on the 2022 Cup. Farkas stood on the rostrum for the first time since his Le Mans Race 2 win with a hard fought second, while Schneider just lost out on the podium – or so he, and we, thought. But Varga  touched the green on the run down the Waterfall on the final lap so his P3 became P4, meaning the German was promoted to the podium. Varga ended Race 1 in  P4 and will be out to avenge his small mistake in Race 2, with Herrlich – still riding with pain in his leg – picking up a very commendable P5.

Loris Veneman (TeamNL Open Line) lost touch with the leaders and had to settle for P6, he led home polesitter Jurrien van Crugten (BB64 Academy),  Martin Vincze (Chrobak Motorsport Egyesulet) and Noa Cuypers (Junior Black Knights) in the fight for sixth. Matteo Masili (FARIUM Next Generation Riders) rounded out the top 10.