“We had some problems yesterday, but today it was my mistake,” said Venturi. “I’m very disappointed as I had a big advantage. I’m really disappointed. I just missed a gear. I was not 100% concentrated, I don’t know why, but that’s racing. Now I’m looking forward to Most.”
Local hero Scott Jeffs ended up fifth, grabbing his first ever career NWES top-5. The Briton put up a solid performance in his #90 Braxx Racing Chevrolet Camaro. Advait Deodhar brought home his fifth top-10 of the 2019 season, scoring important points in the ELITE 2 championship.
2018 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Rookie of the Year Myatt Snider ran consistently in the top-10 in what was his very first time at the challenging Indy Circuit. The American collected his second top-10 of the weekend by finishing seventh.
Nicholas Risitano had a good start from fourth, jumped to second and defended his position with everything he had until lap 13. The Italian then lost several positions and wasn’t able to get back towards the front. He crossed the finish line in eighth ahead of Alessandro Brigatti and Vittorio Ghirelli, who surrendered the championship lead to Maggi.
Ian Eric Waden won the Legend Trophy classification by finishing 18th. It was the second win of the season in the over-40 classification for the Memphis Racing driver. He edged Mirco Schultis and Michael Bleekemolen, who rounded out the Legend Trophy podium. Arianna Casoli grabbed the win in the Lady Trophy.