Just like Rob Huff did in the Drivers’ Championship, Norbert Michelisz focused his attention on consistency in his hunt for the Yokohama Drivers’ Trophy.
The Zengö Motorsport driver won five races during the season, the same amount of his closest rival Pepe Oriola, but two less than Stefano D’Aste who eventually was classified third in the standings.
Michelisz claimed a serious stake on the title by scoring points in 17 out of the first 18 races. And although he only pocketed five further points in the final six races, the margin he had built was enough to earn him the final victory.
The Hungarian was also the best Yokohama Trophy competitor in the overall championship, where he finished sixth, just ahead of D’Aste and Oriola.