Once again today, it was Filip Salac who secured the victory. Patrik Pullkinen took the 2nd place ahead of Philipp Freitag, who grabbed his first podium of the season.
This race also delivered plenty of excitement. At the start, Salac immediately took the lead. However at the exit of the first corner, things went awry for Sebastien Fraga. The Swiss rider crashed and couldn’t continue. At the front of the field, Salac had been building a gap since the first lap to the riders behind, who were fighting for the 2nd position. Here, a nice group emerged with Rory Skinner, the home rider, holding 2nd place for a long time.
Along with Patrik Pullkinen, they had a small gap to Vasco van der Valk, Philipp Freitag, and Adolfo Delgado. However, they managed to close the gap, resulting in a group of 5 riders battling for the podium. Going into the final lap, it was Freitag in 2nd place, but Patrik Pullkinen managed to ride himself into 2nd place during the sprint to the finish. Filip Salac won the race with a lead of over 5 seconds. Patrik Pullkinen finished 2nd, ahead of Philip Freitag. Vasco van der Valk narrowly missed the podium with a 4th place finish, and like Skinner (5th) and Delgado (6th), he was in contention for the podium for much of the race.
Jarno Kausch secured the 7th position ahead of Leon Czichos and Kevin Orgis. The young German broke a bone in his foot yesterday, but still appeared at the start and achieved a commendable 9th place. Pole sitter Marcel Brenner had a difficult race, and we see him in 10th place. Ahead of Liminton, home rider Dan Jones, Nicoletti, De Vries, and Papapavlou securing the final points with a 15th place finish. Novali, Hasan, Picciuto, and Nooren missed out on the points. Fraga was the only rider who did not finish the race.