More, from a press release issued by Northern Talent Cup:
Moor wins three-way fight for Race 2
The Hungarian comes out on top with a last lap move to defeat Masili
Rossi Moor (FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders Team) struck on the last lap for his second win of the season, passing teammate Matteo Masili and able to keep the door shut to the line. Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing), who was fastest in testing at the venue, completed the podium as the top three escaped for a rostrum-deciding showdown.
Off the line it was Moor who got the holeshot and the Hungarian soon escaped from the pack, with Masili and Schneider for company. There was drama early on though as Noa Cuypers (Junior Black Knights) crashed out leaving Tibor Varga (Forty Racing) nowhere to go, and a few more riders evading or tumbling out. But all ok, and Loris Veneman (TeamNL Open Line) facing a fight back to the front.
Once that dust had settled, Race 1 winner Lennoxx Phommara (Phommara Team) was holding fourth in some space just off the front three, ahead of a big group fight for the last place in the top five. But then the Swiss rider slid out, leaving one three-way fight for the win. And, as ever, it went down to the final lap.
Masili started that final lap in the lead and the Italian held firm until the end of the back straight, where Moor made his move. The Hungarian made it stick too, and there was no way back for his teammate as the number 92 took win number two of his season. Masili impressed with the podium finish in second, however, as did home rider Schneider as he took third and his first rostrum too.
Jurrien van Crugten (BB64 Academy) won the fight for fourth ahead of Le Mans winner Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team), with Rocco Sessler (MCA Racing) just thousandths further back. Martin Vincze ((Chrobák Motorsport Egyesület), Luca Göttlicher (JRP Junior Academy Team), Maxime Schmid (Team Schmid), Julius Coenen (HJRT – Helena und Julius Racing Team) and Kilian Holzer (HK Racing) locked out a super tight group down to 11th, with Veneman taking P12.
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