In the first group, Evan Giltaire (FRA – Sodi – Sodi Vitesse) and William Macintyre (GBR – Kosmic – KR Sport) were fighting for the lead far ahead of their opponents. Macintyre concluded with a superb last lap in 1’15”278, 4 tenths ahead of Giltaire. Ethan Pharamond (FRA – Kosmic – KPR) took 3rd place 9 tenths off the fastest time, followed by Milan Loven Rytter (DNK – Tony Kart – RS Competition) and Tom Braeken (BEL – KR – SP Motorsport). Jules Roussel (FRA – Sodi – Extreme Limit) finished 17th, Hugo Herrouin (FRA – Tony Kart – Malevaut Sport) 20th, Karel Schulz (FRA – Tony Kart – Daems Racing) 21st and Romain Andriolo (FRA – Kosmic – KPR) 28th.
It took longer to settle down in the second group. Freddie Spinlow (GBR – Kosmic – KR Sport) was in the battle for 2nd place behind Junior Jonsson (SWE – Birel ART), whereas Andy Ratel (FRA – Exprit – KBK) was 3rd. Tim Gerhards NLD – KR – SP Motorsport) was then close to the leader, before Spinlow took the lead, nearly a second off the best time from Macintyre in the first group. Patriks Locmelis (LVA – Komsic – KSB Racing Team) concluded in the lead with a last lap of 1’16”040, one tenth ahead of Spinlow, and Alessandro Giusti (FRA – Kosmic – KPR) took 3rd place only a thousandth behind. Gerhards finished 4th by a hundredth and Maksim Orlov (RUS – Parolin – Parolin Russia) took 5th position. Ratel was 8th, Charles Roussanne (FRA – Exprit – KBK) 15th and Téo Blin (FRA – Tony Kart – Kart Management) 16th.
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