Hillebrand wins both oval races at Indy

Before the Championship-deciding Super Final, the World eX competitors headed to the U.S. for two highspeed oval races at Indidnapolis Motor Speedway.

The entire grid was covered by just 142 thousands of a second in qualifying. Luca Munro secured his first pole position in the series with Hamish Easener completing an all British front row.

Both races delivered exciting pack racing and super-tight finishes.

Race 1 did not start well for the AM-class leading bspowersports team when all its three cars had contacts, dropping to the back of the field.

Tactics played an important role in the 20-lap race including tyre saving and securing the best position for the decisive final lap.

The group of leading cars was reduced shortly bedore the end when a slight contact with Julius Martin sent the eX ZERO of Chris Overend into the wall. The incident also involved Thomas Voigt who had to slow down and lost the contact to the leaders.

The incident handed the AM class win to rookie Lukas Wippermann on his first ever start in the series.

Leading the pack into the final lap proved to be a bad decision for Devin Braune as Nicolas Hillebrand and Hamish Easener were able to pass the Championship leader in a crazy photo finish.

Overend and Voigt had bad luck also in Race 2, both crashing out while fighting for the lead. Overend also collected the eX ZERO of Hamish Easener who had no chance to avoid the incident.

In the end it was almost copy-paste of Race 1 as Nicolas Hillebrand was again able to beat Devin Braune right on the finish line while former Bizz Champion Julius Martin secured a Top 3 spot in the overall standings of the series with a third-place finish.

Björn Skottke crossed the line in fourth, securing another class win and finishing the regular season as the best placed AM class driver.