Polesitter Aegerter got the holeshot into Turn 1 with Ferrari slotting into P2 behind is World Cup rival. The latter made a move into the lead on the opening lap though down into Turn 8 – and led over the line. Tommaso Marcon (Tech3 E-Racing) had made a good start and sat third, but Casadei dived up the inside at Turn 1 on Lap 2. Then, trying not to lose the final podium position, Marcon broke late into Turn 2 – but it was too late. And in the firing line was second place Aegerter, the Swiss rider could do nothing as Marcon slammed into the number 77’s rear tyre as both riders went down at Turn 2 – both were ok, with Aegerter managing to remount.