Round 2 – Deep Forest Circuit, (Fictional GT7 circuit)
In the second round of the Asphalt King GT3 Series, Denzil Agius wins after fighting his way to the front after starting from 6th on the grid and overcoming a slow start.
During the 10-minute qualifying session, Ayrton Birmingham displayed his exceptional pace, securing the pole position with a mesmerizing performance that put him 0.119 seconds ahead of Jamie Mangion and Clint Orland.
As the race commenced, Jamie Mangion wasted no time and took the lead into Turn 1. Fuel and tyre strategies once again played a pivotal role in shaping the race dynamics. Ayrton Birmingham overcut Mangion during the Pit Window and took the lead. While the battle for the lead intensified, Denzil Agius was determined to make his mark in the race. He went on a one-stop strategy while the others did a two-stop. This helped him advance through the field and find himself in the leading pack. With the race turning into a three-way tussle at the front, Mangion cracked under pressure and out-braked himself and ended up out of the leading battle. Agius remained composed and seized the golden opportunity to take the lead and build up a gap. As the checkered flag waved, Agius emerged as the well-deserved winner, crossing the finish line with an impressive three second lead over Birmingham.
Mikhail Mercieca got the extra point after securing the fastest lap of the race in the last minutes of the race.
Unfortunately, once again we still lost some drivers due to a power cut causing the race to end with six classified finishers.
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