Superleague Formula's newest superstar driver Sebastien Bourdais took home the top prize after winning the Super Final at Estoril.
The Sevilla driver scooped the big money race after fellow ex-F1 racer Antonio Pizzonia (Corinthians) slid out of the lead on the opening lap.
Pizzonia led away from the standing start, squeezing fellow front-row man Yelmer Buurman of Anderlecht towards the pitwall. This allowed Adrian Valles (Liverpool) up to second, while Bourdais and opening race winner Esteban Guerrieri (Olympiacos) battled for third into Turn 1, with Bourdais just grabbing the place.
Valles hit the front at Turn 3 when leader Pizzonia locked up and slithered into the gravel, but two corners later Bourdais lunged past the series points leader, taking Guerrieri with him.
From there, Bourdais managed the gap to Guerrieri, crossing the finish line 1.2 seconds clear after the five-lap sprint.
"It's great to be back on the top of the podium," said Bourdais. "It's been a roller-coaster ride this weekend, but it doesn't matter what car you are driving when you win."
Valles finished a distant third, ahead of Buurman. Pizzonia and Giorgio Pantano (AC Milan) both failed to finish.
Pos Driver Team Time
1. S.Bourdais Sevilla FC 7:31.629
2. E.Guerrieri Olympiacos + 1.270
3. Adrian Valles Liverpool + 5.584
4. Yelmer Buurman Anderlecht + 6.611
5. Antonio Pizzonia Corinthians + 1 Lap
6. Giorgio Pantano AC Milan + 3 Laps