Both Burst Esport entries showed great pace in the qualifying session by taking pole position in both the DPi and LMP2 class.
The No. 94 Burst Esport Goodr Sunglasses LMP2 car did as mentioned build a gap to their competitors, and the pace was looking very good as well like it had done all weekend. The chosen strategy, unfortunately, didn’t pay off and fell back to second place which ended being their finishing position too.
Like the DPi car they came for the win, but despite not getting it this time around, Tom Oldenmener, Damian Skowron, Joao Pitaes, and Rasmus Andreasen are keeping their heads high and will bounce back for round two at Monza in March.