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Felix Rosenqvist has retaken the initiative at Zandvoort from Antonio Giovinazzi after grabbing victory in race two, while European Formula 3 championship leader Charles Leclerc crashes out in the opening stages.

Rosenqvist put in an almost identical performance to that of Giovinazzi in race one by taking holeshot from pole position and fighting off the attacks from the Italian to notch up his sixth win of the year.

The drama unfolded behind them when Leclerc and Prema Powerteam driver Lance Stroll got in a tangle during the blast off the line which saw the Stroll retire from the race before the first turn.

Leclerc was able to continue despite the collision but on lap six he suffered an incident unseen by the television cameras where he crashed out of the race in an individual off.

The opening lap scuffle with Stroll and his crash are under investigation with the race stewards and it is believed the damage suffered on Leclerc's car on lap one may have caused his car to fail.

As a result of Leclerc's second DNF of 2015, Giovinazzi in second place was able to close the gap in the championship to just 9.5 points, with Rosenqvist also bridging the difference in third thanks to his sixth victory of the season.

Elsewhere, Jake Dennis made a welcome return to the rostrum to take third place ahead of Markus Pommer and Alexander Albon.

George Russell claimed sixth place narrowly in front of Sergio Sette Camara while Kfzteile24 Mucke Motorsport drivers Maximilian Gunther and Santino Ferrucci both grabbed more points in eighth and ninth respectively. Ryan Tveter took his first points finish of the season in tenth, but the race will be remembered for the first corner incident between Stroll and Leclerc.

Ferrari academy driver Stroll and the Euro F3 championship leader collided which forced Stroll out of the race before the first turn. The Canadian appeared to move right in an attempt to block off Leclerc but the pair touched wheels which sent the Prema Powerteam driver into the air and clattering into the pit wall barriers.

The damage sustained instantly ruled Stroll out of the race while Leclerc was able to continue as the safety car came out so the stricken Stroll could be removed. Racing recommenced on lap four without incident but two laps later Leclerc had a massive off which is suspected to have been caused by the damage sustained from the turn one crash with Stroll.

After a lengthy second stint behind the safety car to remove Leclerc's Van Amserfoort Racing car from the gravel pit racing resumed on lap ten and Rosenqvist came under attack from Giovinazzi. Despite the mounting pressure the race one winner couldn't get alongside the Swede and had to bail out of a pass at turn one.

Rosenqvist then found his rhythm a pulled out over three seconds on Giovinazzi to stroll to victory as the pair of them closed the gap on Leclerc in the drivers' standings.