03 Jun 2016 — Istvan Toth started on the pole and led every lap on the way to a commanding victory in the IMSA_GTD class for his first career victory in the Townsville Multiclass in Round 3 of the IMSA Endurance Series [Euro].

Paul Anstey took his 30th career victory after 385 events, leading 20 laps to take the checkered flag for the IMSA_P class.

Driving the Aston Martin Vantage GT3, Toth ran nearly all of 13 laps total leading Paolo Minniti after being engaged by him on the first lap. Toth controlled the race lead every lap from green flag to win.

Toth moves up to second in the IMSA_GTD class standings, five points behind Roberto Boniotti. Toth has two starts and led 48 of his 73 laps while taking the victory once.

The inaugural win for Toth came on his third outing in the Aston Martin Vantage GT3.

Joe Brown led every lap from first-place start to first-place finish in the IMSA_GTLM class.

Anstey drove nearly equal parts of 48 laps total leading Mert Kayar after engaging and passing him on lap 33. Anstey cleared Kayar and into first place on lap 33, and kept it the remaining 19 laps to the finish.

Anstey moves up to second in the IMSA_P class standings, four points behind Mert Kayar. Anstey has two starts and led 44 of his 80 laps while taking the win twice.

The notable victory for Anstey came on his second outing in the Corvette DP.

Brown ran all of 49 laps total leading Tobias Mueller after being engaged by him on the first lap. Brown fended off an extended challenge by Mueller in the beginning, staying just a couple turns ahead of him over a solid run of 49 laps. Brown controlled the race lead every lap from green flag to victory.

Brown is third in the IMSA_GTLM class standings for the series. He has one start and led 49 of his 49 laps raced while taking the victory once.

IMSA Endurance Series [Euro] moves on to Round 4 in a week at Barbagallo Wannero. The series has 25 drivers competing for points in the multiclass championships.

Mert Kayar leads the IMSA_P class championship in a tight campaign over Paul Anstey, separated by just a few grid positions. The title continues to be challenged by Miroslaw Florczak, Michael Finn, Fernando Silva, Luís Almeida, Luke Maney, and Mikal Rashid as well. The Top 5 places are an open field for eight drivers in the running with two races remaining.

Tobias Mueller leads the IMSA_GTLM class championship in a tight campaign over Porfirio Dias Santos, separated by just a couple finishing positions. The title continues to be challenged by Joe Brown, Lionel Suedile, Dane Van Pelt, Alison Valassa, Trevor Dixon, and Tony Carl Christensen as well. The Top 5 places are an open battleground for eight drivers in the running with two races remaining.

Roberto Boniotti leads the IMSA_GTD class championship in a tight campaign over Istvan Toth, separated by just a few grid positions. The title continues to be challenged by Paolo Minniti, Jack Hunt, Paolo Sassaroli, Teodor Ivanov, Sheen Silva, Matthew Overton, and Scott Ring as well. The Top 5 places are an open ring for nine drivers in the running with two races remaining.

Mert Kayar led all drivers in the IMSA_P class most for 32 of 52 laps but ultimately settled for second place.

Driving the Corvette DP, Kayar ran nearly equal parts of 47 laps total leading Paul Anstey after being engaged by him on the first lap. In the end Kayar settled into second the 19 laps running to the finish.

Kayar moves up to the lead of the IMSA_P class standings, four points ahead of Paul Anstey. Kayar has three starts and led 49 of his 92 laps while finishing as high as second.

Porfirio Dias Santos won third place in the IMSA_GTLM class.

Dias Santos traded positions with Trevor Dixon in a lengthy and determined battle for third from the early stages, running within a couple turns of each other over a span of 47 laps. Dias Santos spent the majority leading Dixon after being caught by him on the first lap. After losing the spot on lap 9, Dias Santos got around Dixon and into third place on lap 21, and held it the remaining 26 laps to the checkered flag.

Dias Santos remains in second in the IMSA_GTLM class standings, increasing the lead over rival Joe Brown to 10 points. Dias Santos has two starts and led seven of his 73 laps while taking the victory once.

Paolo Minniti won second place in the IMSA_GTD class.

Tobias Mueller captured second place in the IMSA_GTLM class.

Minniti mixed it up with Matthew Overton in a drawn-out battle for second starting early on, battling over a range of 42 laps. Driving the Aston Martin Vantage GT3, Minniti spent the majority pursuing Overton after being challenged and passed by him on lap 7. Minniti launched a prolonged challenge at Overton early in the running, staying within a straightaway behind him and keeping pace over a solid run of 35 laps. Minniti cleared Overton and into second place on lap 42, and controlled it the remaining few laps to the checkered flag.

Minniti moves up to third in the IMSA_GTD class standings, one point behind Istvan Toth. Minniti has two starts and finished as high as second.

Driving the BMW Z4 GTE, Mueller spent nearly all of 36 laps total leading Porfirio Dias Santos after being caught by him on the first lap. Mueller held second position every lap from the start to the conclusion.

Mueller remains in the lead of the IMSA_GTLM class standings, increasing the lead over rival Porfirio Dias Santos to two points. Mueller has two starts and led 27 of his 76 laps while taking the victory once.

Roberto Boniotti captured third place in the IMSA_GTD class.

Fernando Silva captured third place in the IMSA_P class.

Source: Toth controls lead every lap in Townsville Multiclass // Events // Race2Play Multiplayer Online Racing

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