A hard-fought race saw the TF Sport-run LMP2 crew of Salih Yoluc, Charlie Eastwood and Logan Sargeant take second in the Pro Am class, and seventh overall, at the 4 Hours of Monza. Young gun Sargeant returned to the Racing Team Turkey line-up in Italy, due to an event clash for Harry Tincknell, and settled back into the championship quickly by topping the timesheets in the free practice sessions. Qualifying proved just how close the prototype competition is this season, as Sargeant pushed all he could out of the #34 to set second in Pro Am and fifth overall. A stellar start by Salih saw him claim the class lead on the opening lap and keep some of the higher-graded drivers at bay. However, after a stop and go penalty for contact with another competitor, and various safety car and full course yellow periods, the #34 entry was a little way down the order. Between Logan, Charlie and some superb strategic fuelling stops, the #34 machine carved its way up the order to claim P2 in class at the flag. Racing Team Turkey’s LMP2 line-up sits second in the Pro Am championship standings, with two rounds remaining in the 2021 season. It was also an ultra-close qualifying session in the GTE category, as Gunn put the TF Sport Vantage in P3, a mere 0.062s from pole position. After running as high as second place, a puncture during Ollie Hancock's stint and multiple full course yellow procedures which marred Ross Gunn's progress, put paid to the team's potential and the #95 Aston was forced to settle for eighth position at the 4 Hours of Monza. Nevertheless, TF Sport's GTE Am John Hartshorne made yet more positive progress, in his preparation for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The sixth round of the 2021 European Le Mans Series takes place at Spa, Sunday September 19.