- Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art Racing – Birel Art – TM Racing) won a final in which he even risked not to participate. The Italian was out of the race after a few corners from the start, but returned to the starting grid thanks to a red flag due to a rollover by Tormen Marco Tormen (FD Motors – Prague – TM Racing).
- At the second start, Palomba immediately overtook his teammate Alex Irlando Birel Art Racing – Birel Art – TM Racing) and flew towards the victory.
- Following behind was Irlando, Jeremy Iglesias (Formula K Racing Team – Formula K – TM Racing) and Fabian Federer (SRP Racing Team – Maranello – TM Racing) to battle. Federer, in the and, took second, followed by Irlando and Douglas Lundberg (Novalux Racing Team – Lenzokart – TM Racing) who manages to overcome Iglesias who finishes fifth.
- Riccardo Longhi (Birel Art Racing – Birel Art – TM Racing), one of the absolute protagonists of the weekend, was hit by bad-luck again in Pre Final, with a contact that didn’t allow him to go beyond the 24th position at the start of the final, after which was 8th , but penalized by 5 seconds ends 10th.
- The pre-finals claimed two other excellent victims. Giacomo Pollini (NGM Motorsport – Formula K / TM Racing) ended out of the race due to a contact with a lapped driver in his pre-final when he was in the lead.
- Matteo Viganò (Leclerc by Lennox Racing – Birel Art – TM Racing) was immediately taken out of the race for a contact. He tried to finish the race had to retire and therefore he too didn’t enter the final.
- Two outsiders perform well, Tom Leuillet (Prague Racing Team – Prague – TM Racing) and Viktor Gustafsson (Leclerc by Lennox Racing – Birel Art – TM Racing). Two very young drivers compared to the most experienced and listed names in the category, who ended respectively in sixth and seventh position.