Dorian Boccolacci goes top on the second day of action at Val Thornes for the 2023-24 Andros eTrophy.
The AS 01 driver went quickest in the second fastest qualifying session and the Super Pole shootout, putting him in pole position for the Super final.
Yann Ehrlacher, fastest in the quicker of the two qualifying sessions, lined up alongside him, but was under pressure from Sebastien Loeb in the first part of the race. A wide moment dropped Loeb down the order and Ehrlacher closed onto the back of Boccolacci.
In the closing laps, Aurelien Panis joined the leaders to make it a three-car fight for the lead, but Boccolacci didn’t put a wheel wrong and took the race victory.
Ehrlacher was 1.301s behind at the chequered flag and just over 0.6s ahead of Panis.
Jean-Baptise Dubourg took fourth ahead of Loeb and Benoit Treluyer.
Saturday’s winner Nathaneal Berthon narrowly missed out on a spot in the Super Final after finishing seventh overall in qualifying. He led the Final from start to finish, comfortably ahead of Olivier Pernaut, who held off Julien Febreau for second in the race and eighth overall.
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade / Gregoire Sigaud