It was all changing. Vietti led over the line to start the last lap at the front from Arenas and Fenati, with Masia and Ogura inside the top five. Arenas got a good run down into Turn 8 and was alongside the race leader, but Vietti was late and strong on the brakes. Then, Arenas made a classy move stick into Turn 10 and led with half a lap to go, but the slipstream played its part and heading into Turn 11 as Masia stormed up the inside of Vietti – who in turn was looking for a way through on Arenas – and leader Arenas, as the riders got breathtakingly close at high speed. And, after leading heading onto the straight, Arenas found himself down in P5 just seconds later as Masia, Vietti, Fenati and Ogura made their way through.