15 May 2016 — Starting from back in the field, Vinicius Ferreira picked off nine positions to finish in second place in the GSRL Fun Run #2: Hockenhiem Short Formula 3.
Ferreira drove the majority of 13 laps total pursuing Paul Valentine after targeting him on the fifth lap, coming from as many as eight places back. Ferreira launched a prolonged challenge at Valentine in the early stages, staying within an apex behind him and gaining ground over a solid run of 12 laps. Ferreira cleared Valentine and into second place on lap 17, and kept it the remaining 13 laps to the conclusion.
Benedict Burlington started on the pole and led every lap on the way to a commanding victory.
Burlington ran all of 15 laps total leading Vinicius Ferreira after being engaged by him on the first lap. Burlington controlled the race lead every lap from green flag to victory.
From the 15th spot on the starting grid, Porfirio Dias Santos worked through the field of 15 to claim seventh place at the finish.
Dias Santos ran all of 13 laps total pursuing Zack Paine after catching him on the first lap, coming from as many as six places back. Ultimately Dias Santos settled into seventh the few laps running to the finish.
Making his 100th career start, Jack Hunt captured a 11th-place finish.
Matteo Tolari won third place.
Hunt wrestled the advantage back and forth with Zack Paine in a lengthy and unrelenting battle for eighth from the beginning, running within a car length of each other over a stretch of 16 laps and changing positions six times. Hunt spent the majority pursuing Paine after catching him on the first lap. Hunt launched an extended attack at Paine early in the running, staying within a car length behind him and gaining ground over a continuous run of five laps. In the end Hunt settled into ninth the couple laps before retiring early due to suspension trouble.
In the 100 career starts taken by Hunt, he has driven the Formula 3 ’06 three times. This was the first time he matched the car against the circuit at Hockenhiem Short.