This category doesn't exist in France for domestic racing, but all the same 71 drivers gather in Al Ain.
After the qualifying heats the Japanese Takamoto Katsuta took the first place (one win and two second places) ahead of the Dutchman Mats Van der Brand although he won two heats. In third is the Estonian Kevin Korjus, winner of the first heat, in fourth the New Zealander William Bamber (one win and two second places), in fifth Daniel Rochford from Australia (second, second and third) before another Japanese driver Mitsunori Takaboshi (third, third and fourth).
These first six drivers were also the six fastest. However the following drivers have more left up their sleeves, there is no doubt among the spectators. First, we can put forward the South African Caleb Williams, with the 23rd qualifying time and ninth place overall after the heats with fifth, tenth and seventh. The Finn Niko Takha is in the same situation: 14th in qualifying and seventh in total (ninth, first and third). The Portuguese Eduardo Moreira completes the top ten competitors after second, eighth and 15th. We also picked some outsiders a little lower in the rankings after some successful races: the Russian Kirill Okunkov (fourth), the New Zealander Michell Evans (fifth), Tyler Wheeler, Canada (fifth), or Calvin Wong, Malaysia (fourth).