Jean-Baptiste Dubourg bounces back with victory in the final round of the weekend at Isola.
The DA Racing driver had a difficult second round, but came back to take pole position and win the final Andros eTrophy race of the weekend.
Dubourg was fastest in the first qualifying session, setting a time of 2m25.004s. Championship leader came close to beating his time in the second qualifying. He was just 0.001s slower than Dubourg, but topped Q2 in the process.
Dubourg was fastest again in the Super Pole session, but this time it was Christophe Ferrier who came closest. P3 for Panis was enough to put him on the front row of the grid for the Super Final.
Dubourg led Panis away from the line in the race and gradually pulled out a gap over the championship leader. He finished 2.057s ahead of Panis at the chequered flag, with Ferrier coming home in third.
Dorian Boccolacci dropped back to fight with Yann Ehrlacher and Emmanuel Moinet off the line. He held onto fourth and was catching Ferrier in third when the chequered flag fell.
In the other Final, Nathaneal Berthon led from lights to flag, holding off Julien Febreau. The top two pulled away from a close battle between Jerome Grosset-Janin and Olivier Pernaut, who were separated by less than half a second at the chequered flag.
Panis leads the championship standings with just two weekends of racing remaining. Dubourg moves back up to second, 26 points behind Panis. Yann Ehrlacher in third is 37 points back.
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