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Rob Huff extends his Macau win record with his 10th win

Briton Rob Huff continues to expand his legend at the Macau GP after claiming his tenth victory at the Circuito da Guia. The former WTCR driver managed to reach double digits in the first race of TCR China after beating Zhang Zhi Qiang Hua’s Lynk & Co 03 TCR by less than a second. With everything, Huff ended the event on the streets of Maco with a bittersweet taste, since a sanction for his accident with Ma Qing Hua snatched the victory that he had also achieved in the second round of the event after the touch with the Chinese pilot.

The 2020 edition of the Macau GP has had a clear local aroma due to the impossibility of organizing the international event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the case of passenger cars, the absence of the WTCR was replaced by an event of the TCR China with two races in which Rob Huff has once again made his true love affair with Macau clear, beyond the disputed penalty that has taken away his eleventh win. The dynamics were similar in the GT3 race -open this time to GT4 vehicles- and single-seaters, where the absence of the usual Formula 3 was compensated with a Formula 4 event.

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In fact, beyond Rob Huff’s tenth win and Ma Qing Hua’s TCR China titleDespite his severe accident, the Macau GP weekend did not have the impact that any other year may have internationally. With everything, It should be noted that the victory among the GT3 has been for Ye Hongli, in what marks the fifth victory for Mercedes-AMG on the streets of Macau. For its part, Charles Leong scored the first Formula 4 Macau GP after beating Andy Chang and Sicheng Li, while Zijian He has been proclaimed champion of Formula 4 of China.