After the close battle at the front on Saturday in the qualifying race, it was repeat business between the #23 JRM Nissan GTR of Michael Krumm and Lucas Luhr, and the #7 Young Driver Aston Martin DB9 of Enge/Muller, and the #11 Exim Bank Team China Corvette Z06 of Hezemans/Zuber.
As mentioned in another article ( http://www.thepitwall.com/2011/06/another-gt1-race-another-collision.html ) there was a collision between a DB9 and another GTR further back, which brought out the safety car around the time of the pit stops. 
This time though, luck was with the #23 Nissan at the pit stops, and it got out in front and stayed there. At the end of the race, the top 3 were all within half a second, as the big Nissan's tyres went off Lucas Luhr had a difficult battle to keep the DB9 and the Corvette behind.

Full Results below:


Championship Race


Pos.Cl.CarTeam / DriversNatCarTimeLapsGap
123Michael Krumm / Lucas LuhrNissan GT-R1:00:27.95728
27Tomas Enge / Alex MüllerAston Martin DB91:00:28.177280.220
311Mike Hezemans / Andreas ZuberCorvette Z061:00:28.448280.491
43Stef Dusseldorp / Clivio PiccioneAston Martin DB91:00:30.374282.417
538Marc Basseng / Markus WinkelhockLamborghini Murcielago 670 R-S1:00:35.393287.436
640Bas Leinders / Marc HennericiFord GT Matech1:00:38.7882810.831
720Warren Hughes / Enrique BernoldiNissan GT-R1:00:41.0202813.063
810Antoine Leclerc / Markus PalttalaFord GT Matech1:00:52.0742824.117
99Vanina Ickx / Christoffer NygaardFord GT Matech1:01:26.4722858.515
1037Nicky Pastorelli / Dominik SchwagerLamborghini Murcielago 670 R-S54:35.665255:52.292
1141Frederic Makowiecki / Maxime MartinFord GT Matech38:46.9551721:41.002
1221Jamie Campbell-Walter / David BrabhamNissan GT-R36:10.4611624:17.496
134Christian Hohenadel / Andrea PicciniAston Martin DB936:10.8601624:17.097
1447Dimitri Enjalbert / Michael RossiCorvette Z0636:11.7131624:16.244
158Stefan Mücke / Darren TurnerAston Martin DB920:36.5021039:51.455
1622Richard Westbrook / Peter DumbreckNissan GT-R20:36.7431039:51.214