Maggi was fourth, missing the podium for just one spot. The Hendriks Motorsport driver will keep the championship lead after the NASCAR GP Italy over Vittorio Ghirelli, who rounded out the top-5 in the second ELITE 2 Division race.
Myatt Snider finished sixth ahead of Sorensen’s teammate Justin Kunz, NWES veteran Bert Longin, Advait Deodhar and Claudio Cappelli who closed the top-10. Cappelli also won the Legend Trophy ahead of Ian Eric Waden.
Scott Jeffs, who ended up twelfth, was the biggest mover in the second race. The Braxx Racing driver from Great Britain started 28th and his way up to twelfth with an impressive performance in his Chevrolet Camaro. He will get four extra points for gaining the most positions in ELITE 2 Round 4.
“I did only one lap in yesterday’s race so I’m really happy with this comeback,” said Jeffs. “I was aiming for a top-15 and I managed to make some good passes. I think it was possible to get into the top-10 but I didn’t want to risk anything and just took the finish. I want consistency as it’s really important in this championship.”