Also in Race 2 in Lausitzring both Bonaldi Motorsport crews performed an incredible recovery: in particular, the couple Kujala-Pavlovic gained an excellent eighth position.
In Race 2 Qualifying Session Milos Pavlovic and Emanuele Zonzini joined the track on their two yellow Bonaldi Motorsport Huracàn cars. The Serbian driver obtained the absolute nineteenth position just at a little bit more than one second from the pole position while Zonzini ended the session two positions after his mate at two tenths. Twenty cars were placed in a time of only one second: this was a very little difference between the drivers starting at the first line of the grid and the ones at the middle of the group! For the Bonaldi Motorsport flagship drivers a recovery was, therefore, necessary. This recovery needed to be similar to the one of Saturday that made them to place tenth and thirteenth. These two positions became then ninth for Kujala-Pavlovic and twelfth for Spengler-Zonzini: this was due to a decision by the stewards some hours after the race end.
The weather was great, the supporters were great and also Race 2 was great and full of infinite emotions! The start was incredibly chaotic with accidents in every points of the line-up. Pavlovic and Zonzini, in particular, were good at avoiding the Porsche car who won yesterday race and turned at the first curve today. The safety car was forced to enter: nearly ten minutes were necessary to clean up the track. When the race started again, Pavlovic was one of the quickest drivers and reached the points positions. Zonzini did the same. At the middle of the race the drivers changed: first, Zonzini passed his car to his mate Spengler, then, Pavlovic did the same with Kujala. After all drivers’ turnover, the safety car was required for the second time. The two yellow Huracàn cars raced one after the other: Kujala on the thirteenth position while Spengler on the fourteenth. When the race started again, the Finnish driver was unchained and seemed to fly on the track: he deserved “The Flying Finn” nickname which became famous thanks to one glorious fellow countryman of his. At the end, he reached the absolute eight position. Also Spengler went on with the recovery made by Zonzini but, at few minutes from the end, he was involved in an accident with a Bentley which forced him to go back to the pit.