The Circuit The Sonoma Circuit, formerly known as the Infineon Raceway, sees the FNGTC enter its final championship stage. Three races to go, and it’s all to play for; @Andrew Holmes leads @Ben Milden in the title race by just two points with the final three events coming up; it’s Mercedes-Benz vs. Aston Martin in the title chase. The circuit is very tricky, with lots of different variables. The track undulates significantly through sector one, and with high kerbs that easily affect cars’ balance, it’s going to be a tricky event. There aren’t many overtaking opportunities here, so Qualifying is crucial to the outcome of the race. Despite the lack of overtaking spots, there are many places where drivers can make mistakes. Who will win this chapter of the FNGTC’s inaugural championship? Last Time Out – Road America It was a relatively easy drive for race winner @Andrew Holmes last time out at the Road America circuit. He managed an impressive last minute lap in Qualifying to produce second place on the starting grid, after @Junique_talent took pole. The lights went out and Holmes got away well, Stevens slipped down the order while Dominic and Gareth moved up. The order after turn one was: Holmes, Dominic, Gareth, Adam, Julian. The first lap is always hard with the close cars, as Gareth found out when his Audi understeered onto the kerbs at turn 6, spitting him across the track, into the wall and out of the race. Adam and Julian got caught in the melee, which put them way down the order. Dominic and Holmes were locked in stalemate, waiting to bite the bit between their teeth when the other attacked. But fortunately for Holmes, through the fog and cold conditions, the attack never came, and Holmes secured his sixth win of the season. @Dominic Ollivierre was second and @Jblackness1990 was an amazing third to score his first FNGTC podium! Press Conference Q: Do you like this circuit? Q: Over the course of a week, do you prepare more for Qualifying or Race? Q: Does your car suit this circuit? Q (@Andrew Holmes and @Ben Milden only): How do you approach these last races?