01 May 2016 — Nico Barclay raced at the front of the PX1 field most of all drivers, leading 35 of 45 laps on a run to first place in the Spa-Francorchamps GT PX1 in Round 6 of the EGT and PX1 G.E.A.R. URD Multiclass series.

Sanio Alfa controlled the top spot in the EGT class most of all, leading 29 of 39 laps on a run to first place.

Rino Demeulemeester clinched the EGT class championship with a second-place finish after leading 10 laps.

Barclay ran the majority of 12 laps total pursuing Kyran Parkin after targeting him on the first lap. Barclay launched a prolonged challenge at Parkin in the beginning, staying within car lengths behind him and keeping pace over a solid run of 10 laps. Barclay got around Parkin and into first place on lap 11, and kept it the remaining 34 laps to the finish.

Barclay is ninth in the PX1 class standings for the series. He has one start and led 35 of his 45 laps raced while taking the victory once.

Alfa drove nearly equal parts of 26 laps total leading Rino Demeulemeester after catching and passing him on lap 11. Alfa got around Demeulemeester and into first place on lap 11, and held it the remaining 28 laps to the finish.

Alfa moves up to second in the EGT class standings, 19 points behind Rino Demeulemeester. Alfa has four starts and led 107 of his 143 laps while taking the victory twice.

Marius Nicolae worked through much of the field from start to finish, passing his sixth car on the final lap to take third place in the EGT class.

Demeulemeester traded positions with Pedro Costa in a prolonged fight for third starting midway through, fighting over a span of 25 laps. Demeulemeester spent nearly equal parts leading Costa after being engaged by him on lap 13. After losing the spot on lap 14, Demeulemeester got around Costa and into second place on lap 27, and held it the remaining 11 laps to the finish.

The EGT class championship was clinched this round by Demeulemeester with his second-place run. Demeulemeester took the win in one of his five starts, leading 45 of 270 laps total.

Nicolae traded positions multiple rounds with Pedro Costa in a drawn-out battle for third starting early on, sparring over a stretch of 29 laps. Nicolae drove nearly equal parts leading Costa after catching and passing him on lap 8, coming from as many as six positions back. After losing the spot on lap 19, Nicolae got around Costa for the second time and into third place on his final lap.

Nicolae moves up to sixth in the EGT class standings, one point behind Luca Ciarfella. Nicolae has two starts and finished as high as third.

EGT and PX1 G.E.A.R. URD Multiclass series moves on to its seventh and final round in a week at Daytona Road Course. The series has 46 drivers competing for points in the multiclass championships.

In the 40 career runs taken by Nicolae in the Darche, he has led 140 laps in all and taken the win four times. Nicolae has taken the car to Spa-Francorchamps GT two times. He turned his fastest laps yet, shaving 0.285 seconds off his previous best lap time.

The top spot in the EGT class is owned by Rino Demeulemeester, but the remaining places in the Top 5 are an open field for 19 drivers in the running. Sanio Alfa, Alison Valassa, Barrett Erickson, Luca Ciarfella, Marius Nicolae, April Dillon, David Beranek, Flavio Costa, and Luis Felipe Capamadjian are all within one race of the current podium.

John Van Der Geest leads the PX1 class championship in a tight campaign over Joe Nathan, separated by just a handful of finishing positions. The title continues to be challenged by Rob Milliken and Zoltán Szabó as well. The Top 5 places are an open ring for 13 drivers in the running with one race remaining.

John Van Der Geest took third place in the PX1 class.

Van Der Geest spent the majority of 35 laps total pursuing Martin Vindis after targeting him on lap 6. Van Der Geest launched an extended challenge at Vindis in the early stages, staying within a car length behind him and gaining ground over a solid run of 32 laps. Van Der Geest passed Vindis and into third place on lap 38, and held it the remaining half-dozen laps to the conclusion.

Van Der Geest remains in the lead of the PX1 class standings, increasing the lead over rival Joe Nathan to 14 points. Van Der Geest has six starts and led 43 of his 194 laps while taking the win once.

Martin Vindis captured fourth place in the PX1 class.

Kyran Parkin logged 10 laps at the front of the PX1 class in a seventh-place run.

Argenis Riera won second place in the PX1 class.

Driving the Aura PX1, Vindis drove nearly all of 34 laps total leading John Van Der Geest after being caught by him on lap 6. Vindis fended off a prolonged challenge by Van Der Geest in the early stages, staying just an apex ahead of him over a solid run of 32 laps. In the end Vindis lost the spot on lap 38 and settled into fourth the couple laps before retiring early due to accident trouble.

Vindis is 15th in the PX1 class standings for the series. He has one start and finished as high as fourth.

Parkin spent nearly all of 11 laps total leading Nico Barclay after being caught by him on the first lap. Driving the Aura PX1, Parkin fended off a prolonged attack by Barclay in the beginning, staying just car lengths ahead of him over a continuous run of 10 laps. Ultimately Parkin lost the spot on lap 11 and settled into second the lap before retiring early due to dnf trouble.

Parkin is 19th in the PX1 class standings for the series. He has one start and led 10 of his 11 laps raced while finishing as high as seventh.

Driving the Aura PX1, Riera spent all of three laps total pursuing Kyran Parkin after engaging him on the first lap. Riera got around Parkin and into second place when Parkin retired on lap 12, and kept it the final 33 laps to the finish.

Riera is 11th in the PX1 class standings for the series. He has two starts and finished as high as second.

Aaron Jackson took fifth place in the PX1 class.

Jackson drove the majority of 37 laps total pursuing John Van Der Geest after being engaged and passed by him on lap 7. Driving the Aura PX1, Jackson launched an extended challenge at Van Der Geest early in the running, staying within car lengths behind him and gaining ground over an unbroken run of 31 laps. Ultimately Jackson settled into fifth the 27 laps before retiring early due to accident trouble.

Jackson moves up to 10th in the PX1 class standings, now tied in points with 11th’s Argenis Riera following Riera’s second-place finish. Jackson has three starts and finished as high as fifth.

Source: Barclay runs most laps in top spot of class for win in Spa-Francorchamps GT PX1 // Events // Race2Play Multiplayer Online Racing

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