Lynk & Co Cyan Racing driver Yann Ehrlacher fought hard to bag vital points in two tough Pre-season Esports WTCR Championship races at the digital version of the Hungaroring.
The 23-year-old fought for fourth position in the first race with Audi rival Niels Langeveld. The two made contact towards the end of the race, dropping Ehrlacher to seventh position.
Triple real-life World Champion Andy Priaulx fought his way up to eighth position ahead of Lynk & Co colleague Yvan Muller in ninth and Thed Björk in 13th.
The second race saw a huge fight for the lead, with Ehrlacher being tapped into a spin by Cupra driver Mikel Azcona on the penultimate lap.
This dropped Ehrlacher down from first to fourth position, still claiming vital points to the championship.
Ehrlacher share fourth position in the standings with Azcona on 50 points, 19 points from championship leader Mat'o Homola who won the first race at the Hungaroring.
Muller crossed the line in tenth position, Björk eleventh and Priaulx 15th.
The next Pre-season Esports WTCR Championship will be held at the digital version of Slovakiaring on June 28th.
Results Race 1
Results Race 2