Having said that, it wasn’t Moor on top of the timesheets in pre-season testing. That accolade went the way of Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing), who heads to home soil after a solid opening weekend of the campaign. A Long Lap penalty hampered the German’s Race 1 from the front row, but Schneider bounced back with a P5 in Race 2. He sits behind the leading trio, Matteo Masili (FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders Team) – a debut podium finisher in Le Mans – and Noa Cuypers (Junior Black Knights) in the overall standings.
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