Ezequiel Montero is now one step closer to successfully defending his crown after winning the SRHF1 2018 Russian Grand Prix. Besides winning the race, the Argentinian also secured the hattrick with Pole Position and Fastest Lap. Otto Acosta finally had a good result after struggling throughout the season, he finished 2nd. The podium was once again rounded up by the other Renault driver, Alejandro Sanabria.
Next up, Suzuka. Will this be the race where Montero ends this championship? If Cory Mackey doesn't outscore Montero by at least 13 points, the Championship will be over.
Stay tuned for the SRHF1 2018 Japanese Grand Prix on October 6th!
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