Infinity driver Akio Sobue has moved a step closer to securing the 2018/19 OneTen Series Modified title as he took an easy win in A1 this afternoon in Guangzhou. The Japanese driver was never challenged and could win by a substantial margin, which had increased to 9 seconds as team mate Sawada crashed on the last lap coming onto the back straight. Having managed to get pass the line before the buzzer Jin was luckily able to maintain his runner up position.
Jan Ratheisky躍進了好幾位，最終獲得本輪第三；他在緊貼隊友馬浩然連續4圈之後超過了這位小將。Nicholas Lee的開局很糟糕，但依舊奮勇追回到第四完賽，只比德國人慢了一秒鐘。
As has become the norm, Jan Ratheisky made up lots of places in the early laps and would eventually take 3rd, getting passed Xray team mate Haoran Ma following 4 laps of close quarters racing with the youngster. Nicholas Lee would recover from a rough start to take 4th by the finish, less than a second behind the German at the end of the 4 minutes.
Gary Huang would endure a terrible start as he got caught up in the chaos on the opening lap which saw him drop all the way back to 9th, but the Chinese National Champion’s experience shone through as he was able to recover to 5th at the finish. Lao Minhao would take 6th, with Ma dropping to 7th in the laps following Jan getting by.
Starting the race on 3 run tires, Jan Ratheisky still took the win in the opening leg of the Scorpion Stock class A-mains despite it looking as though Yan Cheung would challenge mid way through the race. That expected battle would fizzle away as a closing Ali Lee in 3rd would start a battle with Cheung, dropping both back with Lee eventually getting the 2nd spot with Hong Kong driver Cheung 3rd and Xu Ziyang 4th.