Slightly off-topic, but I thought the FR3.5 race ended strangely. The format of the race was 45 minutes plus one lap. However, as the clock was ticking down to zero, the safety car was still out because it was taking long to tow a car away. With ten seconds to go, the safety car passed the start-finish line, so there would be one lap to race in case the safety car could pull off by the end of that lap. However, as the towing wasn’t quite done in this final safety car lap, the safety car slowed down to a crawl to allow the work to finish and have the drivers have one more lap of racing.
By the way, I think the criticism of the track layout is a bit harsh. I also watched the first FR3.5 race at the Nurburgring two weeks ago, and it was pretty boring, with two overtaking manoeuvers and one failed overtaking attempt, which saw a driver spin at the first corner. We’ve seen plenty of interesting F1 races at the circuit, though.