This round was memorable for being pretty much an hour long battle with Bacchulum, with me chasing him for the most part. A few times, I passed under KERS but in stupid spots which saw me overshoot the next corner and run a bit wide, allowing Bacchulum to catch me again. After I fell back from him a bit and got caught up behind Mael who was struggling for pace on cold tyres, I decided to pit a few laps after Bacchulum. After both of our stops, I ended up in front, and with fresher tyres, but running wide into the sand on the second last corner saw me bog down and let Bacchulum past again. It was one of the more entertaining races.
Overall, I didn't think there was much close racing for me in the season, partly being as the LMP1s were spread out, and also that's more the nature of 1 hr races. I was expecting a little more dicing for position using the KERS, as we saw in the ealry practice race at Mugello. And passing GT3s... well, we managed to pull it off OK, but it was just more annoying than anything, driving an LMP1. It did introduce a bit of a strategic element, having to think about where you were going to catch the GT3s, especially when there was another LMP1 with you, and also thinking about saving up KERS to pass slower cars by the time you reached them. The LMP1s were probably even more of a nuisance for the GT3s. But still, it was good to try our hand at multiclass racing for the first time.