Binder and Dalla Porta were at the forefront with Rodrigo right there on home territory and heading onto the last lap, it was Dalla Porta moving underneath Binder at Turn 1 to take the lead. But at Turn 5, Binder got revenge. However, slight contact between the two meant Dalla Porta ran wide as Rodrigo used the slipstream to grab P1, Masia slotted into P2. The Spaniard held it during sector three and heading down into the tricky Turn 13, Masia, Rodrigo, Binder and Arbolino were searching for the best line, but there was small drama for Rodrigo as he nearly crashed after tagging the rear wheel of Binder. This allowed Arbolino to go through as Masia held P1 to claim his first Grand Prix win, Binder grabbed a sensational second with Arbolino securing his maiden podium in P3.
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