Czech rider Filip Salac clinches a thrilling victory at the English circuit of Brands Hatch. Kevin Orgis was the man challenging Salac but crashed in the final corner. Jarno Kausch secures second place ahead of Patrik Pullkinen.

At half past three, the lights went out for a 12-lap race. Fraga had a great start, quickly moving to the front, with De Vries also in a good position. Marcel Brenner, who started from pole, crashed in the first lap and couldn’t continue the race. At the front, Salac took the lead and began to pull away, but Kevin Orgis didn’t let that happen and stayed right behind Salac. Together, they managed to break away from the rest of the field, and throughout the entire race, they battled for the victory. However, in the penultimate lap, things went wrong for the German Kevin Orgis. He lost control of the bike and was thrown off. He was transported to the medical center.

At the front of the field, Salac claimed victory ahead of Jarno Kausch, who had a small gap to the group of three battling for the final podium spot. This battle was won by Patrik Pullkinen, securing his 2nd podium of the season. Dutch rider Vasco van der Valk finished 4th ahead of Philipp Freitag. Home rider Rory Skinner secured a fantastic 6th place, making him the best Englishman.

Leon Czichos finished 7th ahead of Sebastien Fraga, Adolfo Delgado, and Dan Jones in 10th place. Nic Liminton finished 11th ahead of Nicoletti, De Vries, Novali, Picciuto, Hasan, and lastly Jaron Nooren.

Apart from Orgis and Brenner, Notis Papapavlou also failed to finish. Tomorrow, we will start again for race 2, which will commence at half past ten local time.

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