F3 Cup guest racers star at Macau

An F3 Cup guest driver won the Macau GP Cup for the second year running last weekend as Brit Alex Lynn conquered the streets of Macau in dominant fashion.

An F3 Cup guest driver won the Macau GP Cup for the second year running last weekend as Brit Alex Lynn conquered the streets of Macau in dominant fashion.

All three of the invitational runners from this season's final round of F3 Cup at Snetterton,  Antonio Felix da Costa, Carlos Sainz Jnr and Esteban Ocon, finished in the top 10, but it was Alex Lynn who came out victorious a day after claiming the qualifying race victory.

Theodore Racing's Lynn, who won twice in F3 Cup at Spa in 2012 with Lanan Racing, was joined on the main Macau GP race podium by Carlin's reigning Macau champion and F3 Cup double race-winner Felix Da Costa. He closed in on Lynn in the closing stages, but Lynn held on for the win.

The Portuguese's team-mate and fellow Red Bull Racing Junior Team driver Sainz finished seventh in the 28-strong field, two weeks after beating Felix da Costa twice at Snetterton in October.

Impressive French youngster Ocon rounded out the top 10 in only his second ever Formula Three race after his debut in F3 Cup, beating the likes of Will Buller and Harry Tincknell. Kevin Korjus, who raced along with Felix Da Costa at the final round of 2012 failed to finish.