Enzo Valente wins a crazy Junior prefinal while Lars Lamborelle finds his way to the win in Senior. Kevin Ludi secures the title in DD2.
An accident immediately after the start shuffles positions on the grid, forcing Mark Kimber and Lauri Leppa to a great comeback. Olli Caldwell makes the better of this accident and takes the lead followed by Dylan Buys and Enzo Valente. The leading trio flares up a fierce battle for the lead settling the positions among themselves. Thanks to this battle, the rest of the group is able to close the gap: Dutchman Glenn Van Berlo joins the battle, but he smashes his kart on rival’s one and finishes his race. Drivers are now close to each other and they switch positions on each corner, but in the end Enzo Valente greets the chequered flag in first with the JJ Racing drivers, Dylan Buys and Lukas Dunner, on the podium.
Denis Mavlanov takes the lead after the green light tailed by Jack McCarthy and local driver Adrien Renaudin. Belgian driver tries to get away from the pack while Rinus Van Kalmthout, Lars Lamborelle, McCarthy and Renaudin fight for the runner up position. The rest of the race it’s an exciting battle to watch, with Dutchman Lars Lamborelle who takes the head of the group and holds it until the chequered flag. Mavlanov takes home a second position starting the final race in ahead of Rinus Van Kalmthout.
Kevin Ludi shows how to win prefinal and title after a great comeback: the Swiss ace starts from grid third, but he falls to sixth after the start. From that moment he is simply unstoppable and lap after lap he is able to find some serious speed overtaking Cosimo Durante and Constantin Schoell and showing the way from the top spot. Second position for Constantin Schoell followed by Ferenc Kancsar who started from the tenth place.