30 September 2021

The penultimate round of the 2021 season will get underway at Jarama this weekend

With two wins and a podium at Le Mans, Norbert Kiss doubled his championship lead after the weekend in France. However it’s still all to play for, as the top 3 are only 29 points apart.

Kiss’ two closest title rivals, Sascha Lenz and Adam Lacko have swapped places in the overall standings, and the pair is now only separated by a mere 3 points.

Spanish racer Antonio Albacete collected more silverware last weekend as he drove a brilliant race on Saturday fending off a charging Kiss, to finish second. He will without a doubt be looking to put on a great show and get on top of the podium in front of his home crowd at the weekend.

The Spanish circuit has been a very happy hunting ground for Jochen Hahn in the past, as he took victories at Jarama in 2018 and 2019. After his strong performance at Le Mans, where he added victory number two of this season, Hahn will want more. 

Steffi Halm will be keen to better her performance from Le Mans, where she only finished in the points in the races on Sunday. She sits in sixth overall, with quite a big gap of 41 points to fellow Iveco driver Jochen Hahn.

André Kursim tasted more champagne last weekend, as he added another win to his name. The German is now only one point behind Steffi Halm in the overall standings in eighth.

René Reinert will be looking to build on his great qualifying performance from Sunday at Le Mans, which saw him start the race from fourth. Whilst he couldn’t defend the place from the championship contenders behind him, Reinert took valuable points from the weekend, which places him in eleventh overall in the standings.

Lion Truck Racing driver Anthony Janiec returns to the grid in Jarama this weekend, as well as Portuguese racer Jose Rodrigues of the Reboconorte Racing team.



After securing the title in the French Championship last weekend, Téo Calvet is returning to the Goodyear Cup battle in Spain. British racer Shane Brereton took over the lead in the overall standings after scoring 3 wins and a podium at Le Mans, and is now 35 points ahead of the French driver.

German driver Steffen Faas will also want a word in the title battle as he only sits 20 points behind Calvet in third. 

The action from Spain will get underway with qualifying on Saturday, followed by two races on Saturday and Sunday.


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