Ralf Lindackers Overcame a Low Starting Position, and He Was There at the End, When It Mattered Most, and Took the German Touring Series 3 Championship

Ralf Lindackers Overcame a Low Starting Position, and He Was There at the End, When It Mattered Most, and Took the German Touring Series 3 Championship

Fourteen GTS3 cars took the green flag for the Eastern States Championships. Aaron Turek led the field from pole position, followed by Foad Razavi and Frank Ferrara in third.
By lap three, Turek had established a sizeable lead over Ferrara, who had overtaken Razavi for second place. Turek held the lead till the double-yellow came out on lap six and that kept the field in place for several laps while crews cleaned up the track.
When the race resumed, there wasn’t much time left on the clock and Turek still had the lead, followed by Ferrara in second and Dino Kouretas in third. Then, on the penultimate lap, Turek was no longer in the lead and had dropped out. That put Lindackers into P1, with Kouretas in second and Ferrara in third, which was the way it finished.