The Lebanese teenager, this season representing Seventh Gear eSport Club, completed the Rallye Monte-Carlo challenge with a time of 15mins 18.454secs, nearly six seconds clear of the two-time champion Nexl. Driving for Race Clutch, Nexl was joined on the podium by team-mate Izamusing, who was a further 12 seconds back from Sami-Joe.
It was a dominant weekend for Race Clutch, with four drivers finishing in the top-five to assure them top billing in the team standings, two points clear of Seventh Gear, who also benefitted from Mihalo finishing in sixth. Rounding out the table in third spot was Williams eSports.
The Williams team looked sharp on debut, occupying three of the top ten spots with Botti Jr eighth, Joona P ninth and Josh fox tenth.
eSports WRC action continues from 19-22 February when the regular season moves to the snowy roads of Rally Sweden.