Alexander Graff started seventh and ended up fourth, collecting his first top-5 in the 2019 NWES season. Three-time Euro NASCAR champion Ander Vilarino rounded out the top-5, starting from eighth on the grid. His teammate and former Brands Hatch race winner Romain Iannetta was sixth.
Last year’s race winner Gianmarco Ercoli won the Junior Trophy classification by finishing seventh ahead of former Formula One World Champion Jacques Villeneuve, who came from eleventh on the grid at the wheel of his #32 Go Fas Racing Chevrolet Camaro. Nicolo Rocca, who spun early after a contact with his teammate Longin while the two were battling for second place, recovered until ninth place.
After an historic win from 26th on the grid in the ELITE 2 Division on Saturday, Lasse Sorensen started 28th in ELITE 1 and put up another impressive comeback. The Dane carved his way up to tenth place, earning his first top-10 and completing the Junior Trophy podium behind Ercoli and Rocca.
Another amazing comeback was performed by Francesco Sini, driving the #12 Solaris Motorsport Chevrolet Camaro. The Italian started from the very back of the field after an engine change, completed some spectacular passes and ended up eleventh.
Henri Tuomaala won the midfield battle for glories in the Challenger Trophy. The Memphis Racing driver ended up 16th edging Dario Caso, who was second in the Challenger Trophy classification ahead of Kenko Miura, who held on to his 21th position against Simone Laureti and Ellen Lohr.