On November 22, the fourth round out of six of the MundoGT Div.Oro took place in Colorado Springs. For this race, the drivers had to master the Audi Sport Quattro, a Rallycross car.
Coming into this race, Team Mentalism leads the championship after 3 excellent rounds as the team sits first with 114 points, ahead of title rivals Euromaster Academy with 96 points. Brausi and ASPEN-1R are the two drivers line up for this round, as they aim to fight for the win in order to extend the championship lead.
In qualifying, Brausi takes pole position with an amazing 1.22.838 lap time, and ASPEN-1R seals P5 with a lap time of 1.24.889.
Brausi takes a great start and pulls off in the lead, showing extraordinary pace. ASPEN-1R keeps his position and has a decent rhythm.
Brausi will never be worried by any of his opponents during the race and only 4 other drivers, including his teammate ASPEN-1R, will finish in the same lap as him. Brausi takes a dominant P1, winning by more than 17 seconds over Euromaster Academy driver ERM_FernandoMora, concluding one of the most dominant performances in the history of MundoGT championships on Gran Turismo. APSEN-1R takes P5 and scores important points in Team Mentalism‘s path to the title.
Scoring 37 points in this race, Team Mentalism extends his championship lead and now has a 23-points advantage over Euromaster Academy. The title goes down to the finale on December 6, as the team hopes to claim the Div.Oro title at the Nürburgring or in Spa-Francorchamps.