Jean-Baptiste Dubourg converted pole position into victory in the opening Andros eTrophy race of the weekend in Andorra.
The DA Racing driver put in a dominant performance in the delayed Super Final to finish 3.6s ahead of Christophe Ferrier in P2.
It was a strong start for Dubourg, while Dorian Boccolacci who started alongside him was drawn into a battle for second.
Boccolacci was able to hold Ferrier off at first, but the Metropole driver was able to find a way through. Boccolacci kept the pressure on and neither were able to make a dent in Dubourg’s lead before the end of the four-lap encounter.
Aurelien Panis took third ahead of Nathaneal Berthon and Nico Prost. Olivier Pernaut got a good start from the back of the grid but had nowhere to go and dropped back off the tails of the two former Formula E drivers.
Yann Ehrlacher enjoyed a lights-to-flag drive in the Final. As in the Super Final, the pole sitter made a good start to leave P2, Romain Grosjean, battling for position.
As Ehrlacher built a gap, Grosjean was able to shake off Jeremy Sarhy and finished a comfortable P2 in the race.
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