For the Lambo crew with the number 2 past weekend, it was under the sign of digit 6. But one by one.
For the first race Morgan Haber started from 14th position. After 12 laps he occupied 12th place and then returned to the pitlane to change the steering wheel with Janek.
Kisiel sat at the wheel of Lamborghini Huracan about 27 minutes before the end of the race.
Ten minutes before the end, a green flag appeared and Kisiel was promoted to P9.
He went 6 in the general classification and 6 in the PRO class, giving them 8 positions up.
RACE 1 (25 laps)
1. Rik Breukers/Axcil Jefferies (GDL)
2. Loris Spinelli/Mikaël Grenier (Antonelli) +2,488
3. Raphael Abbate/Yuki Nemoto (VSR) +3,470
4. Vito Postiglione/Jonathan Cecotto (Imperiale) +4,083
5. Johnny Cecotto Jr/Miloš Pavlović (Bonaldi) +8,775
6. Jan Kisiel/Morgan Haber (Leipert) +1,210
7. Siergiej Afanasjew/Gerhard Tweraser (ArtLine) +13,377
8. Szota Abchazawa/Kelvin Snoeks (ArtLine) +17,181 (1. Pro-Am)
9. Liang Jiatong/Christopher Dreyspring (VSR) +18,177 (2. Pro-Am)
10. Kikko Galbiati/Davide Roda (Antonelli) +20,423 (3. Pro-Am)
The second race Kisiel started from 6th position. Because of Pietro Negry’s Huracán slow-paced passing, the first lap was raced following Safety Car.
During his part of the race he was promoted to second place and yet 12 minutes before the end the Polish-Australian Leipert Motorsport duo was on the podium!
And for a moment at the start of the change the players were even on the lead.
Unfortunately, Morgan Haber first lost with Johnny Cecotto junior, and then had to give up the charge of Vito Potiglione.
Finally, the duo finished again as 6 in the general classification as well as 6 in the PRO class.
RACE 2 (26 laps)
1. Loris Spinelli/Mikaël Grenier (Antonelli)
2. Rik Breukers/Axcil Jefferies (GDL) +2,682
3. Raphael Abbate/Yuki Nemoto (VSR) +15,709
4. Vito Postiglione/Jonathan Cecotto (Imperiale) +16,963
5. Johnny Cecotto Jr/Miloš Pavlović (Bonaldi) +18,089
6. Jan Kisiel/Morgan Haber (Leipert) +20,817
7. Siergiej Afanasjew/Gerhard Tweraser (ArtLine) +23,326
8. Jean-Laurent Navarro/Julien Briché (MN Development) +29,229
9. Liang Jiatong/Christopher Dreyspring (VSR) +29,709
10. Kikko Galbiati/Davide Roda (Antonelli) +37,769
I am very happy with both races. I can feel the car very well and I owe it to the big experience of last season to drive a car with similar power and also with the rear drive. In this season, the final result depends not only on me but on the duet we make with Morgan Haber. For Morgen, the car is something completely new and he’s lack in miles, but learns quickly. I think there is a chance to fight for the podium in the next races.