The youngest Drivers at Wackersdorf didn’t, for the most part, take long to adapt to their new front fairing attachment.
Those who did not want to change their attitude were punished as allowed in the regulations. Switzerland’s Lucas Légeret began by taking pole in Qualifying Practice ahead of the Ukrainian Illya Zamula who was successful after the Qualifying Heats. The Japanese Kakunoshi Ota, the winner in Belgium, regained the lead in the Prefinal ahead of three consistent Drivers always at the forefront, the Dutch Drivers Rinus Van Kalmthout and Richard Verschoor and the Turkish Berkay Besler. The Final was contested by these four names, but the surprise came from the French Driver Alexandre Vromant, just qualified by taking sixth position in the Second Chance Heat. It took him ten laps to reach the leading group in full fight and then he escaped to victory. The fight for the podium continued until the last lap with Verschoor taking 2nd place from Ota, Besler finished 4th and Van Kalmthout 5th. Max Hesse was 6th ahead of Légeret who finally recovered well to 7th position.
Ota takes the lead of the provisional classification of the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy ahead of Van Kalmthout and Besler.