October 20, 2011
Published on tags: Superleague
As the curtain comes down on a spectacular 2011 season, there was still one race to go, Singapore. The Singapore night race is by far one of the most difficult ones in the calendar, but nonetheless Joe Consiglio basked under the reflective gaze of the Marina Bay lights as he dominated the event to take his tenth victory of the season.


Qualifying quickly came and went with Nordsjoen driver Consiglio taking a commanding pole position by well over a second. A battle was brewing though behind as the Constructors title was very much still up for grabs. Jyri Lylykorpi stepped in to the second Nordsjoen up against the power of David Jundt and Gregg Lawson in the Red Archer.


The start saw a rocket launch from Mark Wicks, with the Woods Racing driver jumping up to second place from eight on the grid. The Cornish driver


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