The second round of the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports All-Stars, took place in the virtual Circuit de Montmeló in Catalonia.
In the Sprint race, Joshua Rogers (AUS) led from the green flag and kept his lead until the end.
Champion Sebastian Job (ENG) had a bad qualifying and had to overtake several cars all the way until ninth.
With 40 cars on track there was a lot of action going on for different positions. The most intense was for the eight place, because it would afford a pole position for the Feature race.
In the last lap, Job managed to get past Jeremy Bouteloup (FRA) for eight and secure the pole position.
Mitchell DeJong (USA) and Dayne Warren (AUS) completed the podium.
Sebastian Job kept the lead from the first lap, followed by Sindre Setsaas (NOR) and Charlie Collins (ENG).
This time Rogers made a good comeback by the eight lap -halfway through- he was already second, 2.566 seconds behind Rogers. But Charlie Collins and Dayne Warren were pushing right behind.
The positions would remain until the end and Joshua Rogers is second in the Championship, behind deJong, who has not won yet.