Yann Ehrlacher won the second race of the 2020-21 Andros eTrophy in Andorra.
The Dupessy AS01 driver snatched the victory from pole sitter Franck Lagorce.
Lagorce made a strong start as fellow front row started Jean-Baptiste Dubourg dropped down the order. Ehrlacher quickly filled the gap and closed onto the back of the Andros Sport driver. A wide moment for Lagorce briefly allowed Ehrlacher to pull alongside him and, though Lagorce held on for a few more corners, he couldn’t keep Ehrlacher at bay for long.
Ehrlacher swept through as Lagorce was sent wide into one of the banks.
Aurelien Panis came through to take second, retaining his early lead at the front of the championship standings, while Dubourg held off an eary challenge from Olivier Pernaut to take third.
Christophe Ferrier was the last of the Super Final finishers.
Nathaneal Berthon got the strongest start in the second final, jumping from third on the grid to second with a move around the outside of pole sitter Quentin Giordano. Giordano stuck with Berthon and briefly managed to get back passed the Peugeot driver before a wide moment sent him into a snow bank.
Berthon had a good gap back to Louis Gervoson in second, who was being challenged by Nico Prost, but his race came undone when he came to a stop.
The incident allowed Gervoson to come through and take the victory, ahead of Prost, Benjamin Riviere and Lionel Daziano.
Panis leaves Andorra top of the championship standings, four points ahead of Ehrlacher and 11 ahead of Dubourg.
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade