After completing a great season, the Positive SimRacing driver Brian Doell clinched a podium in the overall standings of the Skip Barber 2K World Cup 2016, with his team mate Paul Malokas also finishing in the Top 10. This edition of the Skip Barber 2k World Cup was an extremely competitive championship, with 21 rounds and 74 drivers involved. Philippe Leybaert and Vinicius Rocha dominated the championship, and finished in P1 and P2, respectively.
Last round was one of the best races of Paul Malokas, who clinched the pole position and raced in the top positions to finally finish in P2, with only several tenths of advantage over P3. Consistency was critical in such a long championship, with Paul finishing in the top 10 in 11 out of the 21 rounds of the championship, and Brian in 15 occasions.
Last Round: Broadcast:
Images of the last round:
Paul Malokas on Pole
First turns with Paul Mlokas leading
Paul Malokas managed always to be in the top positions
Brian Doell, who finished in P3 in the championship
Last turns, with Paul fighting for P2
Paul Malokas finishing in P2