Red Bull junior Dan Ticktum claimed his maiden Macau Grand Prix victory on Sunday in dramatic fashion as leaders Sergio Sette Camara and Ferdinand Habsburg crashed out on the last corner of the final lap.

Ticktum started the race eighth on the grid, but was able to rise through the order after front-row starters Joel Eriksson and Callum Ilott both hit trouble in the opening stages, dropping them down the order.

Camara was able to move into the lead ahead of Habsburg, who passed Prema Powerteam's Maximilian Gunther for second as the German driver struggled to keep his tyres alive.

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Gunther led a train of five cars including McLaren youngster Lando Norris and Ticktum battling for third, with Ticktum making a stunning move around the outside of Turn 3 to move up to third.

Camara and Habsburg went wheel-to-wheel battling on the final lap of the race, but kept it clean heading into the final sector. Habsburg was able to get a tow and make a pass on Camara on the straight heading to the final corner, only for both cars to sensationally crash into the wall by their own accord.

Ticktum was able to dodge the carnage to cross the line and claim a remarkable Macau victory, with Norris taking second ahead of Ralf Aron in third.

Habsburg managed to cross the line with three wheels to take fourth place ahead of Gunter, while Pedro Piquet rose to six on the last lap ahead of Sacha Fenestra and Zhou Guanyu. Tadasuke Makino and Jehan Daruvala completed the top 10 positions, with just 12 cars finishing on the lead lap.