Weekend in review – September 10by Samarth Kanal on 10th September 2018
The best motor sport highlights from the weekend, including Goodwood Revival, Super Formula, Fernando Alonso's Indy test, DTM and Porsche's new Leipzig circuit
Kinrara Trophy: Ferraris, Jaguars and Maseratis do battle in the eye-wateringly valuable Kinrara Trophy race. No-holds-barred racing results in a very expensive collision...
St Mary's Trophy Pt 2: Tin-tops clash in the second St Mary's Trophy race with Olivier Hart the winner. Steve Soper and Part 1 race winner Andy Priaulx win on aggregate, while Peter Chambers barrel-rolls his Cortina in a calamitous encounter.
TI Aida: Kamui Kobayashi is held off by eventual winner Yuhi Sekiguchi in a very wet Super Formula race at Okayama, which begins under safety car. Half points were awarded as less than 75 per cent of the race distance was completed.
Nürburgring, race two: René Rast cleans up with two poles and two wins at the Nürburgring. In race two, he holds off early challenges and then cruises to victory with Paul di Resta and Marco Wittmann completing the podium.
The best combination of corners in the world?: Hermann Tilke has created a circuit in Leipzig that contains the best combination of corners in the world – according to him – but that's up for debate. Here, a Panamera hybrid tackles the new inspired 'Tilkedrome'.
Barber Motorsports Park: Fernando Alonso on his IndyCar test at Barber, his first test on a road course. He drove the no29 Andretti Autosport and called the test "something special".