Edoardo Mortara wins Main Race and becomes FIA GT World Cup champion

The Main Race of the FIA GT World Cup at Macau was less chaotic than the Qualifying Race on Saturday, but still had its problems, although they didn’t have a big impact in the whole thing, which saw Edoardo Mortara win again after a three-way during most of the race, proving again the power of Mercedes at the Guia Circuit.
The first two laps were done behind the Safety Car in name of security as rain poured earlier in the day and the track would still have some slippery points, but even with this most of the competitors made their bets on slick tires. With the green flag waved Edoardo Mortara kept his position and his stance, pretty much unlike Augusto Farfus and Raffaele Marciello, who were sliding everywhere, with the Brazilian taking the worst luck, almost crashing and losing the position.
It took only a single lap for the change of fortunes as Marciello had to retire due to overheating, which put Farfus again in second and Robin Frijns in third, but Farfus wasn’t even close enough t…

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