Schumacher wins late in MRF Challenge race two

Friday, Dec 13th 2019, 6:00 pm | Category: MRF Challenge

David Schumacher claimed a thrilling late victory in the second race of the MRF Challenge this evening at Bahrain International Circuit.

Schumacher started from fifth on the grid and was only able to move into the lead on the final lap to take the chequered flag in dramatic fashion.

He won the 10-lap sprint in a total race time of 20 minutes 24.266 seconds.


The German finished 1.702 seconds ahead of race one winner Bent Viscaal while Dylan Young took the other podium step after going 1.728s off the pace.

Josh Mason of Great Britain was fourth, Reece Ushijima of Japan fifth and Valdemar Eriksen of Denmark sixth.

Another two MRF races will be held on Saturday, with the first starting at 9.05am and the other at 11.10am.

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