Macau GP: Browning wins after race stopped by fiery crash
Browning dominated the race, leading from the start and maintaining his position during the late safety car restart after an incident involving Aron. He secured the biggest race win of his career, with Hauger and Mini finishing second and third respectively. At the original start, Browning defended his position well and had a clear lead after the first lap. Mini had a moment but managed to hold off Beganovic for second place. Aron crashed out, causing a red flag and a lengthy delay. The race restarted with Browning once again taking control and Hauger overtaking Mini for second. The race ended under safety car conditions, with Browning taking the victory.