It comes down to this. The final race of the year with only four points separating the top two; @Ben Milden with the advantage over nemesis @Andrew Holmes. The final event of the year, 2 hours, all weather, 16 cars. A final showdown. The Circuit de la Sarthe has been the host of the 24 Heures du Mans event since 1923, and Porsche holds the most wins at seventeen Le Mans victories, the latest of these came from the Porsche pair of Hulkenberg / Tandy / Bamber and Webber / Hartley / Bernhard in 2015. Le Mans is an 8.47mile circuit, consisting of 29 corners. This will be an extremely hard race, 2 hours of crazy weather and battles up and down the field. Who will win? For the final time in the Season One of the FNGTC, join on Friday to find out. Last Time Out Last time out was the famous Watkins Glen circuit; a battleground for the penultimate round of the championship. Milden went in to the race with a two point advantage over Holmes, but Andrew was determined to make up those points. The grid was formed like this: Julian took a commanding pole position over Adam in the M3, Andrew was next in the Merc with Dean Ragan behind in the Z4. Gareth took fifth in the Audi ahead of Andrew’s title nemesis Milden in the Aston. It was set for an epic battle. Julian jumped the start and incurred a stewards’ enquiry, while Adam and Andrew got away well on the green. Dean struggled off the line but slotted in behind Holmes and in front of the battling Williams and Milden. Contact between Dominic and Jason left Ollivierre scorned, while fellow Aston driver, Julian led the way. Adam chased Julian as Holmes dropped back and into Dean’s clutches; Ben attempted to pass Gareth. Dean made a daring late braking move on Holmes which ended up in contact, Holmes continued but Dean ended up in the gravel, coming back on to clip the rear of Ben’s Aston. There was no significant damage to either title contender’s car. Ben managed to capitalise on a small mistake from Gareth and passed into turn one. Holmes vs. Ben once again. The gap stayed at four seconds after the pit stop. Lap 28, two and a half laps to go, Adam had retired, Julian was ten seconds ahead. Holmes was coming up over the hill closing on two backmarkers. Jason and Michal made contact out of the chicane, when Holmes moved to the inside of the corner to avoid the crash, Jason’s car spun and Holmes was left with damage. Holmes continued immediately, slamming down the power to get away from Milden. Unfortunately, Holmes’ car was heavily damaged, and was easy prey for Milden in the straight lines. Andrew fought valiantly, but fell behind with one and a half laps to go. So it was Julian who took the win, ahead of Ben’s inherited second, and Holmes in a disappointing third. In terms of the championship, this means that Holmes has to outscore Milden by four points to win the title. If Holmes wins the race or takes second, Milden has to be just one place behind him for Holmes to be champion. If Milden outscores Holmes, or finishes fourth to Holmes’ third, Ben will be champion. Press Conference Q: What is your approach to the two hour race you’re going to face on Friday? Q: What will be your ideal weather pattern for the 2 hours? Q: Who do you think will win the race? Q: Who do you think will win the championship?