Dalmases Torres started on pole once again, but after a spin at turn one he left himself with a challenge to catch back up to Sonny Kanchin. who started in second.

Torres’ race came to an end when he spun and it hit the wall hard on lap four. This left Kanchin in a position to gain back some of the points he lost last time out at Spa.

Deforche and Wielinga both made a similar mistake at turn four. Deforche had the hardest hit into the wall and was out of the race on the spot. Wielinga tried to continue but eventually stopped the car.

Jean Francois Penot was the first driver to come into the pits, on lap seventeen of twenty-seven. He left a battle with his teammate, Nicolas Berger and Stefan Van Opstal for second in an attempt to jump the pair. Berger came in on lap eighteen to cover Penot, but Penot came in once again to serve a penalty, ending his chances of getting a podium.

Van Opstal came out far in front of Berger, consolidating second place behind Sonny Kanchin.

Kanchin eventually came home to win round seven after a lonely drive since Jaume Dalmases Torres spun on lap one. His teammate, Stevan van Opstal came home in second with Nicolas Berger in third.

 

 

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