Dennis Hauger scored his maiden Formula 2 Feature Race triumph after a strained fight with Juri Vips in Baku finished with the Hitech Grand Prix man in the boundaries.

Celebrities drove from post and just briefly lost his lead to partner Marcus Armstrong during the refueling break stage

Hauger, in the mean time, avoided inconvenience and put himself in conflict for the success after two Safety Cars clustered the get together

The second set up a sensational closure of the race and a nip-and-fold battle among Hauger and Vips

The pair drove the field and immediately pulled away from Logan Sargeant in third. The Red Bull youngsters were not really isolated on target,

trading quickest laps while the hole drifted close to a second in support of Vips, however he was unable to break out of DRS range

With a little more than five minutes surviving from the race, Hauger's strain told and constrained Vips into a mistake.

The Hitech Grand Prix man cut the hindrances entering the palace segment and crashed out of the lead, permitting the Norwegian through for triumph.

Williams Academy driver Sargeant hung on for second, in front of Championship pioneer Felipe Drugovich who took third,

expanding his lead in the standings to 49 focuses over Theo Pourchaire. The Frenchman supported harm to his ....

 front wing partially through the race and wound up beyond the focuses at the checkered banner.

Jehan Daruvala made it two PREMAs in the main five, while Richard Verschoor got fifth spot for Trident. Enzo Fittipaldi kept up his great run of structure, completing 6th in front of Mercedes junior and Baku Sprint Race victor Frederik Vesti.

The Dane slowed down on the lattice in the Feature Race however recuperated well from the back to score focuses in seventh. Marino Sato, Ralph Boschung and Jake Hughes balanced the main 10.