Marvin Dienst remained the only driver to win an ADAC F4 race as he took his second victory of the Oschersleben weekend from pole position.
Managing a solid start, Dienst held HTP teammate Janneau Esmeijer at bay, leading an HTP 1-2 at the checkered flag.
Esmeijer, who was on pole for race one but did not finish it, stayed within a second of Dienst for all thirty minutes of the race and kept the German under pressure.
But he never forced the issue, content with helping his two-car team to a perfect run.
Behind the duo, Ralf Aron passed Joseph Mawson off the line for third and maintained position, claiming his fourth podium in just as many starts with Prema.
After the start, the 35-car pack was through the first few corners with no incident, but Nikolaj Rogivue then suffered a heavy crash, bringing out the safety car.
Neuhauser’s Tim Zimmermann made up seven places over the opening lap and continued to march through the field after the restart. He first forced teammate Kim-Luis Schramm wide into turn one to claim ninth and then eased past Joel Eriksson and Giorgio Maggi.
A spin for Robin Brezina brought out the weekend’s fifth safety-car period, leaving a five-minute green flag dash at the end of the race.
There were no changes in the top five, with Mawson and Mattia Drudi finishing right outside of the podium, but sixth-placed Ferrari junior Guanyu Zhou slipped behind both Zimmermann and Maggi.
Eriksson took ninth, while Schramm was forced into an error by Robert Schwartzman, who claimed tenth.
Jonathan Cecotto, Harri Newey and Mick Schumacher – all sons of big motorsport names – were just outside of the points.
|1||Marvin Dienst||HTP Junior Team||18 laps in 31:17.044|
|2||Janneau Esmeijer||HTP Junior Team||+0.798|
|3||Ralf Aron||Prema Powerteam||+1.661|
|4||Joey Mawson||Van Amersfoort Racing||+3.301|
|5||Mattia Drudi||SMG Swiss Motorsport Group||+3.687|
|6||Tim Zimmermann||Neuhauser Racing||+5.945|
|7||Giorgio Maggi||SMG Swiss Motorsport Group||+7.342|
|8||Guan Yu Zhou||Prema Powerteam||+7.493|
|10||Robert Schwartzman||Mucke Motorsport||+8.454|
|12||Mick Schumacher||Van Amersfoort Racing||+10.077|
|13||Harrison Newey||Van Amersfoort Racing||+10.718|
|14||Mike Ortmann||Mucke Motorsport||+13.505|
|16||Florian Janits||Lechner Racing||+14.873|
|17||Marcel Lenerz||Lechner Racing||+15.708|
|18||Benjamin Mazatis||Mucke Motorsport||+16.176|
|19||Jan Jonck||RS Competition||+17.034|
|20||Job van Uitert||Privateer||+17.350|
|22||Leon Wippersteg||Team Timo Scheider||+18.452|
|23||Marek B?ckmann||Jenzer Motorsport||+18.802|
|24||Mauro Auricchio||Team Timo Scheider||+19.763|
|25||Yan Leon Shlom||Team Timo Scheider||+20.368|
|27||Luca Engstler||Engstler Motorsport||+22.316|
|28||Toni Wolff||Piro Sports||+22.690|
|29||Thomas Preining||Mucke Motorsport||+22.772|
|30||David Kolkmann||Jenzer Motorsport||+23.208|
|31||Moritz Muller-Crepon||Jenzer Motorsport||+23.528|
|32||Marylin Niederhauser||Race Performance||+34.809|
|Kim-Luis Schramm||Neuhauser Racing||+2 laps|
|Cedric Piro||Piro Sports||+3 laps|
|Nikolaj Rogivue||SMG Swiss Motorsport Group||+18 laps|