August 12, 2008
Published on tags: Superleague
Mark Wicks gave a strong answer to those who dismissed his chances to win the 2008 GPVWC Championship by dominating the Hungarian Grand Prix. The Woods driver took advantage of a lighter strategy and netted a series of fast laps that made him uncatchable by his rival Laurentiu Albu, who was only able to close the gap in the closing stages of the race.

The last step of the podium was occupied by Mal McKee on Synergetic, the Ulsterman making the most of William Ponissi's failure to start in the race for the third position in the standings.

The fight for the Championships gets thicker, with Wicks gaining two points on his Romanian rival, and - in the Constructors' standings - Nordsjoen being the worst off team on a baking hot Hungarian day.