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Nurburgring Auto GP: Tamas Pal Kiss wins, Kimiya Sato claims title

Kimiya Sato wins 2014 Auto GP title

Tamas Pal Kiss won the second Auto GP race at the Nurburgring, but could not stop Kimiya Sato wrapping up the championship with one event still to come.

Kiss took the lead of the reverse-grid race at the first corner, despite starting fifth in his Virtuosi UK entry.

Sato's progress was slower after starting eighth, but he had worked his way up to third place by the end.

The bottom step of the podium was enough to give him the Euronova Racing driver the title.

Second was home driver Markus Pommer, who never quite had the speed to challenge Kiss, and had to fight off Sato at the end of the race.

Results - 23 laps:

Pos  Driver              Team/Car              Time/Gap
 1.  Tamas Pal Kiss      Virtuosi UK         31m22.578s
 2.  Markus Pommer       Super Nova            +10.002s
 3.  Kimiya Sato         Euronova              +10.879s
 4.  Andrea Roda         Virtuosi UK           +21.324s
 5.  Michela Cerruti     Super Nova            +13.193s
 6.  Kevin Giovesi       FMS                   +27.994s
 7.  Yoshitaka Kuroda    Euronova              +28.442s
 8.  Michele La Rosa     MLR 71 by Euronova    +42.057s
 9.  Giuseppe Cipriani   Ibiza               +1m09.572s
10.  Francesco Dracone   Super Nova          +1m17.466s
11.  Salvatore de Plano  FMS                     -1 lap
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